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Oceanside (San Diego, California)

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  • Schwarzenegger: Stallone's 63-year-old six-pack is 'just unbelievable'

     
    Arnold Schwarzenegger had plenty to tell us about old friends and new projects for our in-depth feature on Sly Stallone and "The Expendables," but there was one quote that didn't make it in; turns out the governor has a great......
  • Record low temperatures recorded in Long Beach, Santa Barbara

     
    Record low temperatures for the day were set Monday in Long Beach and Santa Barbara amid cooler weather that has settled over Southern California, forecasters said. Long Beach recorded 58 degrees, breaking by one degree a record set in 1989,......
  • Low temperatures tie records at LAX, Oceanside

     
    Record low temperatures for the date were tied Wednesday at Los Angeles International Airport and Oceanside in San Diego County. The temperature was 58 degrees at LAX, tying a record set in 1951, the National Weather Service said. Oceanside dropped......
  • Football: Friday's scores

     
    Friday, September 10th CITY NONLEAGUE Cleveland 15, Fremont 13 El Camino Real 36, Palisades 35 Lincoln 30, Huntington Park 27 (OT) Reseda 17, Monroe 2 SOUTHERN SECTION NONLEAGUE Agoura 35, Ventura 34 Alemany 44, Eastside 20 Antelope Valley 36, Rosamond......
  • Palm Springs man killed by Amtrak train in Oceanside

     
    A man struck and killed by a southbound Amtrak train shortly before midnight Saturday has been identified as a 46-year-old resident of Palm Springs, the San Diego County medical examiner's office said. Roger Lee Bailey was attempting to cross the......
  • How to surf from your seat: California surf culture on the big screen this fall

     
    As California’s summer south swells wane and surfers pray for a glimmer of last year’s El Nino magic, wave enthusiasts have plenty of options to whittle away the doldrums from the safety of their seats this fall. Friday evening kicks......
  • South Florida condos being tested for safe, cheaper Chinese Drywall removal

    As Florida and other parts of the nation continue to get their hands around the problems caused by home and condo units constructed with Chinese Drywall, there is some promising testing happening in South Florida that may lead to less costly treatments...
  • City wants to uproot exotics

    Exotic might not be the word most people would use to describe artichoke thistle, but that's what plants that threaten native vegetation are called and the city wants to get rid of it. The Fire Department Weed Abatement Coordinator is preparing to work...
  • A beachhead for renewal

    It was once known as a gritty military town, but Oceanside's rough-and-tumble image is softening. The Irving Gill-designed building that was City Hall has been remodeled into a museum as part of a Civic Center revitalization. This, along with vibrant...
  • Offering Laborers a Helping Hand

    CARLSBAD, Calif. — They call her the rice and beans lady. Eight years ago, Barbara Perrigo loaded up her car with homemade food and pulled up at a clearing on the side of Cannon Road, less than a mile from the turnoff for Legoland. She sent her...
  • Finding comfort and joy at San Diego's Hotel Del

    For most people, the holiday season is a time to stay home, snug, warm and surrounded by the familiar. Lately, though, I've traveled in December. Last year it was a German Christmas market cruise on the Rhine River; the year before that, I visited New...