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Advisory Issued After Shark Sighting at San Onofre Beach
A 24-hour advisory was issued for San Onofre Beach after a shark sighting Friday afternoon.  Surfers spotted an eight to 10-foot shark at Old Man’s around 3 p.m., according to a tweet by Camp Pendleton. 24 hr advisory: 8-10 foot shark sited by surfers at Old Man’s -patrons should... Read more
Fire Fighters Demonstrate Why Fireworks are Illegal in SD
The San Diego Fire-Rescue Department’s (SDFRD) bomb squad detonated several fireworks during a controlled demonstration on Friday morning to show how they can be dangerous and a fire hazard. “Accidents and injuries from fireworks are all too common,” said Chief Brian Fennessy. “This demonstration is an important tool that... Read more
Foody McFoody Face Emerges to Help San Diegans in Need
San Diego doesn’t have a Major League Soccer team yet, but the soccer community in San Diego is second to none. Going off the popular ‘Footy McFooty Face’ that emerged when fans were asked what the name of a potential MLS team in San Diego should be named, we... Read more
Eater San Diego: New Cocktail Bar & Fresh Peruvian Food
University Heights welcomed a new cocktail bar this week, while Liberty Station is preparing for a Peruvian restaurant. Eater San Diego shares those stories, plus other top tasty tidbits from this week in our food and drink scene. ‘Hundred Proof’ Shakes Things Up in University HeightsThe team behind Trust... Read more
Your Corner: Salons on Wheel Join Mobile Business Trend
Convenience is king these days: groceries can be ordered online and dropped at our door; pocket-sized computers, still called phones for some reason, give us anything we want anywhere we may be; the rise of food trucks is another way businesses are going to customers, rather than the other... Read more
Squishy Sea Creatures Appear Along the West Coast
Glow-in-the-dark “sea pickles” used to be rare on the West Coast, but thousands have been spotted on beaches from Alaska to Southern California. Some scientists believe warming ocean temperatures are causing the influx.  Published 2 minutes ago | Updated 1 minute ago Original Source – NBC San Diego News Read more
Escondido Police Officer Describes Working With BodyCam
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Former Trump campaign aide Michael Caputo will testify before the House Intelligence Committee in a closed door session on July 14. Caputo had previously been contacted by the FBI, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. The House Intelligence Committee contacted Caputo in May as part of... Read more
Senate effort to ban Russian software on US military systems would have far-reaching impact, sources say
This week’s efforts on Capitol Hill to ban the U.S. military from using software made by a Moscow-based company under FBI investigation received bipartisan support from top senators. But those efforts would have an impact far beyond the Defense Department, according to congressional sources and others told of the... Read more
500 Students at Scripps Ranch High School Must Retake AP Exams Due to Testing Error: SDUSD
About 500 students will have to retake their Advanced Placement (AP) exams due to errors in the administration of the test, announced San Diego Unified School (SDUSD) officials Friday. Several AP exams taken at Scripps Ranch High School have been declared void because students’ seats were too close together... Read more