The attraction, which is being called the Balboa Park Star, stands 148 feet high, consists of 36 gondolas and could be up and running by the spring
The San Diego dance studio is one of many small businesses forced to permanently close its doors because of pandemic
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If ICU bed capacity stays below 15%, a regional stay-at-home order would kick in, shutting outdoor restaurant dining, hair salons, nail salons, playgrounds, cardrooms, museums, zoos, aquariums and wineries and restricting retail capacity to 20%.
Winds were tapering off Friday, but another round of Santa Anas may be coming
At least eight COVID-19 outbreaks have occurred at K-12 schools so far in San Diego County, as of Nov. 30
The federal government recently handed over a new database that could hold contact information for missing parents in U.S., Mexico and Central America
The ruling invalidated a memo the Homeland Security secretary issued in July suspending DACA for new applications and reducing how long renewals were valid
The blaze charred 30 acres and gutted one home; six others were damaged. It may have been sparked by a heat lamp in chicken coop, investigators say
The British conferred the honor to highlight Helen Fricker’s insightful work on glaciers
The Democratic-controlled House has approved a bill to decriminalize and tax marijuana at the federal level
City of San Diego takes steps to aid legal dispensaries, fight black market marijuana sales
Whipsawed businesses question rationale behind state’s new regional approach to stay at home orders.
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A brush fire erupted Wednesday night in Rancho San Diego, with flames quickly spreading to several homes as dry Santa Ana winds pushed the blaze.
Aztecs guard Jordan Schakel speaks with the Union-Tribune’s Annie Heilbrunn about his senior season, playing through a pandemic, taking on a bigger role, his hair and more.
Roberts, a Div. II All-American, averaged 19.2 points for 30-1 Tritons last season
Gov. Newsom’s stay-at-home order, the lethargic starts and a freshman making his case
San Diego State needs planets to align — and then some — if it is to extend season
Fifth-year end likes franchise’s future, despite 8-19 record since 2019
Mexican journalists call the crime beat “la nota roja,” the red story. Lurid details guarantee web hits, but documenting the mayhem is among the riskiest assignments
ICE uses physical abuse, solitary confinement and false documents to force Black and African asylum seekers onto ‘death planes’
Three Mexican nationals were arrested as part of a long-running investigation into the Sinaloa Cartel
Advocates are urging California leaders to stop transfers from state prisons and jails to ICE custody and exercise public health oversight
Ramon Santoyo Cristobal, aka “Dr. Wagner,” is alleged to be a member of the Sinaloa cartel
The 400-person crew was allowed to leave the ship Tuesday once local Navy leaders learned of the quarantine
Investigations continue into the cause of the fire, which burned for almost five days and smothered south San Diego County in noxious smoke
The Elizabeth Dole and Bob & Dolores Hope foundations plan to give a combined $200,000 to 400 to 500 eligible families by Christmas
Veterans Village of San Diego, along with many partner organizations, hosted a scaled-back, socially-distant version of its annual ‘Stand Down’ event Sunday morning.