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Trump blocks hostile Qualcomm takeover

In executive order, cites security concerns

President Trump issued an executive order late today (March 12) blocking the attempt by Broadcom Ltd. to take over San Diego’s Qualcomm in a proposed $117 billion hostile deal. Acting on a recommendation by the ...

How can you check for deodorant?

Tow company accuses Chula Vista mayor of discrimination

The owner of one of San Diego County's largest towing companies says Chula Vista Mayor Mary Salas prohibited him from employing Middle Eastern workers in the city, calling them "terrorists" and demanding that his employees ...

Yanni got $102,000 for a classic Porsche

But English buyer says it is a clunker

Poway resident Philip Yanni is a software entrepreneur and a classic car enthusiast, who sat on the board of the Riverside International Automotive Museum until it closed in 2016. Over the Internet, he sold a ...

Imperial Beach closings sink beach attendance

Stress on those Pier South tax payments

Imperial Beach by the numbers: Beach closings 2016: 30 Beach closings 2017: 70 Beach attendance 2016: 3.1 million Beach attendance 2017: 2.3 million The number of beach closings in Imperial Beach more than doubled in ...

Time to head to Gonzaga Bay

Fishing report March 4-10

Dock Totals Mar 4 – Mar 10: 1,253 anglers aboard 61 boats out of San Diego landings this past week caught 2 bluefin tuna, 176 yellowtail, 14 calico bass, 12 sand bass, 4,321 rockfish, 816 ...

Grunion Invasion!

Funny enough for the Beverly Hillbillies

The headline of the Malibu Sandpiper screamed “Grunion Invasion Tonight” in the largest font possible to allow the three words in a single row. Granny came from the kitchen with a double-barrel shotgun, sounding the ...

Hurt in backflip by I.B. pier

"Had to spend a week flat on my back”

Name: Paloma Aguirre Bacalski Age: 40 From: Imperial Beach Location: Imperial Beach Pier Occupation: Coastal and marine director for Wildcoast Paloma Aguirre Bacalski was one of about 12 that paddled out in honor of Doug ...

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