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Manchester's Texas overrun balloons, lawsuit ensues

Austin project was "stepchild" to Chargers stadium, complaint says

It's a small world for Doug Manchester, the former Union-Tribune owner who made a failed bid to replace San Diego's ex-Qualcomm Stadium meant to lure an NFL replacement for the Chargers back in February 2017 ...

New Linda Vista apartments welcomes present tenants

Community HousingWorks doubles rent, but still cheap

Lillibelle and Jimmy have lived in their Linda Vista apartment complex for more than twenty years. So when the 36-apartment complex was sold for $8.3 million last year, the couple began keeping track of the ...

Drones in Mexico: Gringos need not apply

Nothing to do with that Aeromexico jet

On the morning of December 12, a Boeing 737-800 Aeromexico plane crashed into a drone as it approached runway 09 of the Rodríguez International Airport in Tijuana — according to multiple Mexican news outlets. Photos ...

A rancher‘s chicken

The lure of wood fire rotisserie inspires a local geography lesson

Hopefully, I’m not alone in confusing San Diego’s collection of ranch communities. We have Bressi Ranch, Scripps Ranch, and Carmel Mountain Ranch, plus lesser knowns Black Mountain Ranch and Fairbanks Ranch. Most are suburban enclaves ...

Kayakers stuck at Devil's Slides and Razor Reef

Lifeguards busy with stingray bites, scooter crashes Oct. 15-21

Oct 21 07:08 Boating: US Coast Guard notifies San Diego Lifeguards that an 18 ft. runabout is on the beach at No Surf. Lifeguard vessel, Joint Harbor Operations Center, and Border Patrol respond. Lifeguard vessel ...

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