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  • Neighbor says accused school shooter was 'a loner'

    Neighbor says accused school shooter was 'a loner'
    A neighbor of the man Carlsbad police said opened fire at Kelly Elementary School's playground Friday afternoon spoke out about the suspect Sunday. Brendan O'Rourke, 41, lived at the Canyon Creek apartments on Garrison Street in Oceanside, almost five...
  • Beach reopens after sewage spill

    Beach reopens after sewage spill
    Carlsbad State Beach was reopened Sunday after authorities determined no sewage from a ruptured pipeline had reached the Pacific Ocean. Signs warning of possible contamination that were posted after thousands of gallons of sewage spilled on Thursday,...
  • Jack Johnson says local radio DJ sparked his career

    Jack Johnson says local radio DJ sparked his career
    Jack Johnson lit up the stage Saturday night during his performance at the Cricket Amphitheater and contributed his early career success to San Diego. The near sold out crowd filled the outdoor venue in Chula Vista as the surfer turned singer-...
  • Mexico fire spreads, burns 15 acres in U.S.

    Mexico fire spreads, burns 15 acres in U.S.
    A brush fire that started in Mexico and crossed the border to burn 15 acres south of Potrero Sunday was quickly extinguished by firefighters, according to Cal Fire. The fire was reported shortly before 1:45 p.m. and its spread was stopped in an hour,...
  • Carlsbad school reopens after shooting

    Carlsbad school reopens after shooting
    The Carlsbad elementary school where a man fired at children on a crowded playground and injured two girls reopened on Monday with a picnic where parents, students and teachers gave thanks that a major tragedy had been averted. "We're not here today...
  • Tony Gwynn being treated for rare cancer

    Tony Gwynn being treated for rare cancer
    San Diego Padres Hall of Fame outfielder Tony Gwynn says he has cancer in a salivary gland. He told The San Diego Union-Tribune a malignant tumor was discovered last month and he faces seven to eight weeks of treatment - radiation five times a week and...
  • Mexico's president opposes marijuana legalization

    Mexico's president opposes marijuana legalization
    Mexican President Felipe Calderon strongly opposes the California ballot measure that would legalize small amounts of marijuana, saying it reflects softening attitudes toward drug consumption in the U.S. that are undercutting efforts to control...
  • Study: State spends millions on college students who drop out

    Study: State spends millions on college students who drop out
    At a time when California's public colleges are battling to maintain state funding, a report says that over a five-year period, the state spent nearly half a billion dollars to educate first-year college students who dropped out before their sophomore...
  • State budget increases financing possibilities for Chargers stadium

    State budget increases financing possibilities for Chargers stadium
    A new Chargers stadium could be closer to reality now that California lawmakers passed a state budget which eliminates a spending cap for redevelopment in downtown San Diego. "What this move does is ensure billions of dollars that will create tens of...
  • Best 100 jobs in America list released

    Best 100 jobs in America list released
    So you think you have the best job in America? According to PayScale.com and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job of a software architect takes the honors for the best job in America. Physician assistant, management consultant, physical therapist...
  • Cash-strapped customers abandon clothes at cleaners

    Cash-strapped customers abandon clothes at cleaners
    The downturn in the economy has resulted in more clothes being left at dry cleaning businesses longer, according to longtime cleaners. Rick Morton, owner of Genesee Plaza Dry Cleaners in Kearny Mesa, said even high-end clothing items have been left at...
  • Facebook breast cancer awareness campaign goes viral

    Facebook breast cancer awareness campaign goes viral
    A Facebook status campaign has gone viral in support of breast cancer awareness month, yet it has received mixed reviews among female users. "I like it on the floor" and "I like it on the kitchen table" were just a few examples of what women have been...