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Located along the Pacific Ocean, its top four industries are manufacturing, defense, tourism, and agriculture. The area of San Diego has been inhabited for more than 10,000 years by the Kumeyaay Indians. San Diego hosted two World's Fairs, in 1915 and again in 1935. In October 2003, San Diego was the site of the Cedar Fire, the largest wildfire in California over the past century. The fire burned 280,000 acres, killed 15 people, and destroyed more than 2,200 homes.

Population: 1279329
Local Newspapers: The San Diego Union-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers (NFL) San Diego Padres (MLB)
Local Colleges: San Diego State University

Zip Codes associated with san diego, california: 91977 92101 92102 92103 92104 92105 92106 92107 92108 92109 92110 92111 92113 92114 92115 92116 92117 92118 92119 92120 92121 92122 92123 92124 92126 92127 92128 92129 92130 92131 92139 92154 92173
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Train, trolley and bus tickets go mobile in San Diego County

Transit users around San Diego County can now use their cellphones to pay for and board public transit, including trolleys, buses and commuter rail. Transit users around San Diego County can now use their cellphones to pay for and board public transit, including trolleys, buses and commuter rail.

San Diego booksellers succumb

"Philosophy went first, and then mathematics. Literature got scraped really fast.

Why?, Vinyl Junkies, Dead Deer, and Boxmasters

Trip-hop hit Yoni Wolf, aka Why?, will take the stage at the Irenic Thursday night in support of his new disc, Moh Lhean . Thursday 30 "I don't have a record player," I shouted at Yoni Wolf over the Spaceland cocktail table that served as his merch booth.

Don Burnstick donates to Faculty of Native Studies

Don Burnstick Live with special guest Jadon Flett Friday, March 31 at 7 p.m. Myer Horowitz Theatre University of Alberta Students' Union Building. 8900 - 114 St. Tickets: $30 includes parking at Stadium Car Park Through his lively cross-cultural, politically incorrect standup routine, most of us believe we have a handle on First Nations comedian Don Burnstick.

City still hopes to prevent mayor from taking stand in deadly crosswalk lawsuit

Attorneys for the City of San Diego hope to prevent mayor Kevin Faulconer from taking the witness stand in the wrongful death lawsuit filed by parents of a 7-month-old girl who was killed as her dad pushed her in a stroller while crossing a Point Loma crosswalk . The motion comes despite the fact that more evidence has come to light that then-councilmember Kevin Faulconer was aware of the dangers at the intersection.

Nicaraguan immigrant dead from injuries at ICE facility in Southern California

A guard escorts an immigrant detainee from his 'segregation cell' back into the general population at the Adelanto Detention Facility in Adelanto, California. A guard escorts an immigrant detainee from his 'segregation cell' back into the general population at the Adelanto Detention Facility in Adelanto, California.

Cyclist's $4.85M crash settlement blamed on lax San Diego repair policy

San Diego's recent payout of nearly $5 million to an injured bicyclist is the result of flawed city policies that don't prioritize promptly fixing dangerously damaged sidewalks, the attorney for the injured man said Tuesday. City officials inspected the tree-damaged sidewalk in Del Cerro that launched Clifford Brown 28 feet on his bike nearly five months before the September 2014 crash, but the problem wasn't quickly fixed despite an inspector deeming it "a serious condition which needs immediate repair."

Ex-con convicted of murder in San Carlos robbery

SAN DIEGO - A man who was among a group of armed intruders looking for money and drugs at a San Carlos home -- triggering a scuffle and the fatal shooting of one resident -- was convicted Tuesday of first-degree murder and other charges. Elliott Grizzle, 45, was also convicted of robbery and burglary and faces 198 years to life in prison when he is sentenced April 26. Grizzle, who has a criminal history dating back to 1991 that includes burglary, assault and manslaughter, was convicted after a day of jury deliberations.

San Diego average rent up slightly to $1,748 a month

Average rent reached $1,748 a month in San Diego County at the start of March, increasing 8 percent in a year, said MarketPointe Realty Advisors in a report released Monday. Despite the big yearly jump, the average rent rose just $5 a month in the last six months, or 0.29 percent.

When life hands you Lemon Grove, make beer

"Lemon Grove is a throwback to the 1930s, and we're trying to give it new life," says city manager Lydia Romero. Out of 18 incorporated cities in San Diego county, only two do not have a craft brewery or tasting room in the works.

Self-checkout coming to all San Diego libraries

Self-checkout computer kiosks are being installed across the city of San Diego's 36-branch library system this year to eliminate long lines, free workers up for other tasks and make inventory more efficient and accurate. Installation of the kiosks, which began in late December and will conclude in July, is requiring two-week closures of some branches on a rolling basis.

Out-of-control SUV slams into auto parts store

Just after 11 a.m., a driver mistook the brake pedal for the accelerator and came crashing through a store on Camino Ruiz in Mira Mesa. "I was getting ready to do a delivery and I just heard a crash.

UCSD Eighth After First Day of Play at SoCal Intercollegiate

The University of California San Diego men's golf team is in eighth place of 15 squads following Monday's two rounds of play at the 67th Annual SoCal Intercollegiate at Carlton Oaks Golf Course. UC San Diego, which is hosting the tournament, totaled a 602, 26-over par, after shooting a 300 in round one and a 302 in round two.

San Jose airport director leaving for new job in San Diego

A jetliner comes in for a landing as viewed along the new security fences adjacent to Coleman Avenue in the public parking of Mineta San Jose International Airport in San Jose, Calif., on Tuesday, September 6, 2016. Nearly a year after a Santa Clara teen slipped past security fences at Mineta San Jose International Airport to stow away inside a jet's wheel well on a flight to Hawaii, airport officials have made significant progress in raising perimeter fences to stop future trespassers.

Security video leads to arrest in deadly hit-and-run

Robbins was allegedly behind the wheel of the Lexus sedan that fatally struck 49-year-old Jose Padron alongside Albemarle Street near Rancho Drive during a strong winter storm the morning of Jan. 19, according to San Diego police. The driver pulled over briefly after the crash, then drove off.

San Diego Humane Society receives gift to help the needy keep their pets

The San Diego Humane Society announced Monday it received a major donation to benefit a program that helps the needy keep their pets. The five-figure gift to the society's PAWS San Diego program came from the Herbert & Judy Paige Family Foundation.

Attorney general cutting funds to sanctuary cities: How will San Diego County be affected?

Attorney General Jeff Sessions talks to the media during Monday's daily news briefing where he announced the Department of Justice will not give grant money to sanctuary jurisdictions that don't follow federal immigration law. Attorney General Jeff Sessions talks to the media during Monday's daily news briefing where he announced the Department of Justice will not give grant money to sanctuary jurisdictions that don't follow federal immigration law.

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