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Gov. Jerry Brown appointed two San Diego residents Monday to state boards. Clinical psychologist Mary Harb Sheets, 65, was appointed to the Board of Psychology. Harb Sheets, who is registered without party preference, has worked in private practice since 1994 and as a staff psychologist at the consulting firm Workplace Guardians Inc. since 2000. Her […]
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The San Diego Airport Authority announced Monday that the Pacific Highway Economy parking lot will permanently close to the public the day after Christmas. The lot will be converted into employee parking, according to airport officials. The conversion is necessitated by construction of a new stormwater infiltration system at the south side of the runway, […]
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A fire of unknown origin heavily damaged a home in a rural East County neighborhood Monday and left a resident hospitalized. The blaze in the 11300 block of Moreno Avenue in Lakeside was reported about 2 p.m., according to the Lakeside Fire Protection District. Passers-by broke windows out of the burning single-story residence and tried […]
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The San Diego City Council on Monday unanimously ratified its committee rosters for 2019 and re-appointed District 2 Councilwoman Barbara Bry as president pro tem. The council voted unanimously, 9-0, in favor of Bry, who will hold the president pro tem seat for the second consecutive year and was also reappointed chair of the Budget and […]
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A new report sees apartment rents plateauing in expensive cities as 2018 ends, with a typical one bedroom in San Diego renting for $1,910 in December. “2018 saw a plateauing of prices in the most expensive markets as the year is ending with the top 10 cities remaining relatively unchanged since January,” said the rental […]
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Gov. Jerry Brown has appointed the recently retired president of Sempra Energy to the California Horse Racing Board of Directors, it was announced Monday. Debra Reed, 62, of San Diego held several positions at Sempra, the parent of SDG&E, from 2010 to 2018, including executive chairman, chairman, president and chief executive officer and executive vice […]
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An unidentified man was found dead Monday in a creek bed near Moonlight State Beach. A passer-by spotted the body behind a set of tennis courts at Second and West B streets in Encinitas about 9:30 a.m., according to sheriff’s officials. “Deputies examined the area, and there was no preliminary evidence of injury or foul […]
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A Catholic priest who grabbed a seminary student’s groin from behind in a restroom stall during a night of drinking at a Carlsbad restaurant was convicted Monday of misdemeanor sexual battery. A jury deliberated about two hours before finding the Rev. Juan Garcia Castillo guilty. Castillo, who had worked at St. Patrick’s Church in Carlsbad […]
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An ex-con who stole a car with a 6-month-old baby inside from an Escondido shopping center pleaded guilty Monday to felony auto theft and was immediately sentenced to four years in state prison. Anthony Guerrero, 31, entered his change of plea during a hearing at the Vista courthouse. He also admitted that he was convicted […]
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Three thieves, one armed with a gun, assaulted a man Monday during a pre-dawn home-invasion robbery in a Bay Terraces-area neighborhood. The victim spotted the trio of burglars inside the house in the 7100 block of Terra Cotta Road about 3:30 a.m., according to San Diego Police. One of the intruders pointed a gun at […]
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