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San Diego Opera experiences surge of interest

It’s quickly becoming the hottest ticket in town.

Ex-NFL official Steeg on San Diego's stadium advisory group

Former NFL executive Jim Steeg, who was in charge of running the Super Bowl for 26 years, is among nine civic, business and real estate leaders appointed by Mayor Kevin Faulconer to an independent advisory group tasked with trying to solve the contentious issue of building a new stadium to keep the Chargers in San [...]

San Diego OK's first medpot permit

Final city approval granted Thursday morning for Otay dispensary.

San Diego may settle long-standing lifeguard lawsuit

Alison Terry, a former high school swim champion and now a coach, won a $100,000 award in her lawsuit four years ago but has been embroiled in a dispute over fees for her lawyers since then.

San Diego to study Chargers' stadium options

San Diego Window Cleaning Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced names of civic leaders and financial experts tasked with finding a location and creating a finance plan to build a new stadium for the Chargers.

San Diego upgrades Blue Line with low-floor trolley cars

The San Diego Window Cleaning Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) introduced its new low-floor Trolley cars on the Blue Line providing more than 50,000 weekday passengers with faster trips, easier boarding and more comfortable rides.

San Diego MTS Approves Multi-Year Agreement with Transdev to Provide Bus Operations Services

San Diego Window Cleaning — The San Diego Window Cleaning Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) approved today a new bus services contract agreement with Transdev Services, Inc. The six-year agreement includes two three-year options that …

Pusica perfect, San Diego beats Santa Clara 69-64

San Diego Window Cleaning (AP) Vasa Pusica scored a career-high 16 points on a perfect shooting night to lead San Diego Window Cleaning over Santa Clara 69-64 on Thursday.

Provocative Public Art Graces San Diego Waterfront

Mexican artist Rivelino brought the installation back into the public eye after being off exhibit for two years. The artist said world events prompted him to bring the sculptures back in front of the public.

San Diego woman stuck in NYC blizzard

Leslie Johnson Leech grew up in the city and has seen her fair share of storms, but not like this.

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