Wednesday was the first day for candidates to take out nomination papers to officially file for this year’s elections in San Diego
Daily Dose stories from Wednesday (Feb. 10, 2016) include: Hawaii’s Big Island is under a state of emergency due to high cases of Dengue. Americans die younger than people in other countries. Doctor does surgery on the wrong baby. Egyptian styles evolve throughout the decades.
SAN DIEGO – A proposal to offer for sale a dilapidated former AIDS hospice named for a hero of San Diego’s gay and lesbian community, along with other excess properties owned by the city of San Diego, was unanimously advanced Wednesday by the City Council’s Smart Growth and Land Use Committee. The Truax House, at Laurel and Union streets in…
The Solar Jobs Census placed San Diego behind only Los Angeles County, which had over 15,000 solar jobs in 2015
OTAY MESA – For the 15th time, California officials denied parole for Sirhan Sirhan, the assassin of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, after hearing Wednesday from another person who was shot that night and called for Sirhan’s release. The decision came after Sirhan answered questions from a State panel during a hearing that lasted more than three hours in a small, windowless conference room…
SAN DIEGO – Because of one man’s tragedy – another gets to live. SHARP Memorial recently performed its 400th heart transplant and the man given a second chance at life, couldn’t be more deserving. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Scott Morgan got a new heart – he even joked that this one makes him a little more romantic, and…
The man who assassinated Robert F. Kennedy was expected to ask for parole for a 14th time at the Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility.
Certified Dating Coach Damona Hoffman provides tips on how to be single this Valentine’s Day.
Musician Astra Kelly wants your help to make a music video about LOVE.
Mission Federal Credit Union’s Angie Lasagna on way Mission Federal is giving back.