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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

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San Diego News
Sunday's Match vs. Sonoma State Canceled by Rain

The Sunday, Feb. 26 men's tennis match between 14th-ranked University of California San Diego and Sonoma State has been canceled due to rain in the La Jolla area. UC San Diego, 5-3 so far this season, hosts Division I opponent Villanova on Thursday, March 2 at Northview Courts.

Those looking to call the craft bubble burst may have to wait until next year.

A colorful taster flight at Indian Joe Brewing in Vista heralds a variety of beers on tap for San Diego. Over the past five months, news of brewery closings , layoffs , and sales have seemed to outpace the opening of new breweries in San Diego.

Hidden stories of San Diego institutions

Del Mar doping, Horton haunts Mt. Hope, Chinatown vice, Mission Valley anguish, the absurd SDA&E, rape of Cortez Hill, airport favors to politicians, reefer all over Cleveland Nat'l Forest As a "matter of confidentiality," the board will not release test-positive trainers' names, though if information is obtained from other sources, they will confirm it.

Tevlin: Trade connection to Mexico essential

"It's been honestly kind of crazy times," said U.S. Rep. Scott Peters, D-San Diego. Peters, a former Dorsey and Whitney attorney whose main charge from voters when he got elected was to facilitate more trade, seems stunned that attitudes toward Mexico have changed so much.

Wide array of films are on the March horizon

The 24th annual, 11-day San Diego Latino Film Festival , March 16-26 at Fashion Valley Mall and North Park, is more than just a movie exhibition - it's a multi-faceted celebration of worldwide Latin culture. "In addition to the 165 films shown in five auditoriums inside AMC Fashion Valley, every one of the 11 days there will be music and dance with more than 30 live acts on three performance stages," said Ethan van Thillo, executive director/founder of SDLFF, which originated in 1993 as a student film festival now-turned international exposition.

Fresh Sound concert series turns 20 with a big - and soft - bang

Vanessa Tomlinson and Steven Schick perform at Friday's Fresh Sound 20th anniversary season opening concert. So excited that - after welcoming the enthusiastic audience - she initially forgot to introduce percussion masters Steven Schick and Vanessa Tomlinson.

Atmospheric rivers drenching California

In a typical year, California has between 10 to 15 "atmospheric river" storms - the fire hoses that rampage in from Hawaii and account for up to 50 percent of the state's annual rainfall - and nearly all of its floods. But since the rainy season began on Oct. 1, there already have been 30. And there's two months of winter to go.

120 Volunteers Repair 5 Homes in Encanto

On Saturday, 120 volunteers specializing in utility work from across the country joined forces with Rebuilding Together San Diego to make critical repairs to several homes in San Diego's Encanto area. The volunteers also partnered with Touchstone Energy Cooperatives, whose mission is to ensure that the future is safer and more energy-efficient for longtime homeowners in San Diego.

Union-Tribune and KPBS team up for new book festival in August

Scheduled for Aug. 26 at the McMillin Companies Event Center in Liberty Station, The San Diego Book Festival is patterned after similar events that have become fixtures in American cities from coast to coast. They typically feature appearances and signings by authors, food, music, and activities for children.

2 Men Sought in '2 Shotguns and a Pistol' Robberies

Police are searching for two men suspected in a series of armed robberies in which they targeted convenience stores in San Diego and Escondido while wielding two shotguns and a pistol. The San Diego Police Department has dubbed the crimes the "Two Shotguns and a Pistol" robbery series.

Tow Truck Driver Killed in Tierrasanta Crash Identified

The suspected drunk driver involved in a crash that took the life of a tow truck driver in Tierrasanta Thursday evening had a suspended license, according to the Department of Motor Vehicles . Fred Griffith, 55, an employee of Road One San Diego, had gotten out of his truck to tow a disabled garbage truck on the side of the road on the State Route 52 near Mast Boulevard just after 5 p.m. California Highway Patrol officials told NBC 7, that's when the driver of another vehicle, identified to be 48-year-old Michael Gilbert Gray, struck Griffith.

Body found inside burning car in Santee identified

Authorities released the name Friday of a woman found dead inside a fire-gutted car on a cul-de-sac near Santana High School. Firefighters who extinguished the flames that engulfed the vehicle in the 11200 block of Mast Boulevard in Santee about 11 p.m. Wednesday discovered the badly burned body of 33-year-old Andrea Daves, according to sheriff's officials.

Metro PCS Robberies: New information reveals how suspects were arrested

The two men accused in a string of Metro PCS robberies around San Diego answered to charges in federal court on Friday. Detectives had the suspects under surveillance at the time of the crime and arrested one of them, 30-year-old Justin Wayne Caldwell.

Roving romance 'San Diego, I Love You' returns - with music

Circle Circle dot dot has always been about new theatrical adventures, but each February the grassroots troupe rekindles its romance with an old flame - San Diego. This year's version of the company's annual mobile, site-specific show is titled "San Diego, I Love You ," and it's a roving romantic comedy that takes attendees on a tour through the Arts District Liberty Station.

The NAT's new exhibit brings dinosaurs raoring back to life in San Diego

Walk through the ultimate dinosaurs exhibit inside San Diego's Natural History Museum and you'll be transported back 145 million years. The NAT's new exhibit entails 16 dinosaurs - from the tiny Eoraptor to the massive Giganotosaurus , Ultimate Dinosaurs is a fascinating display of prehistoric species you haven't met before.

The best veggie burger, for real

In my experience, there's a fair amount of self-deception involved in applying the term "veggie burger" to anything. I mean, can just any mushy puck of vegetable fiber, grains, and/or nuts be slapped on a sesame seed bun, put next to a side of fries, and deem itself worthy of burger status? Admittedly, I've referred to a few veggie burgers in the past as " very good ."

Startup's 'Hidden Money' Scavenger Hunt Coming to San Diego

A local startup is using its augmented reality app to invite users to a digital scavenger hunt with very real prizes including money virtually "hidden" around downtown San Diego. On March 4, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the "Hidden Cash San Diego" scavenger hunt will take place around points of interest across downtown.

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