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Claim filed against FBI in death of alleged kidnapper in San Diego County

The sister of the San Diego County man shot to death by the FBI in the Idaho woods after allegedly kidnapping a teenage girl has filed a $20-million claim against the FBI.

1 killed as fire guts home that was target of drug investigation in San Diego County

A woman was killed early Thursday as a flash fire gutted a 3,500-square-foot home in an upscale part of northern San Diego County -- a house that had for months been the target of a drug investigation, officials said.

Grubman returns to San Diego for more meetings

As San Diego tries to keep the Chargers and as the Chargers try to leave, NFL executive V.P. Eric Grubman is returning for another set of meetings. Via Scott M. Reid of the Orange County Register, Grubman will meet separately with the city and the team, who have had overtly conflicting agendas for the last…

Antonio Martinez: Police Thrashed Man With Down Syndrome, Offered Turkey Dinner As ‘Apology’

Antonio Martinez was walking the few blocks from his family’s home in Vista, California, to the Martinez family bakery back on December 12, 2012, when he was suddenly stopped by San Diego County Sheriff’s Deputy Jeffrey Guy, who excitedly...Show More Summary

The Comunicano Daily for Tuesday July 21st, 2015

The Comunicano Daily The rain and humidity in San Diego wasn't the only thing causing the locals to be irritable. Employment giant, sponsor of the football stadium and pretty much the heart of the county's economy, Qualcomm announced there are going to be changes. Show More Summary

The problem with leverage in a portfolio

Barry Ritholtz has a new article on Bloomberg discussing San Diego County’s firing of a risk parity firm that used to manage part of its pension. Risk parity strategies often engage in using leverage. Cliff Asness, who runs AQR, a firm implementing risk parity approaches (among others), hated Barry’s piece and called it “facile” “innuendo”. Show More Summary

San Diego County Fires Its High-Priced, Underperforming Outside Manager

Last August, we called out the San Diego County retirement fund for paying way too much in fees to Salient Partners, its outside pension fund manager. Terrific reporting by Dan McSwain at the San Diego Union-Tribune alerted readers to a dramatic increase in the use of leverage once Salient took the reins. Last night, the county fired Houston-based...Read More

Marine Arrested After Allegedly Pushing Teen Girls Off Cliff

A 20-year-old Marine suspected of pushing two women off of a seaside cliff in San Diego County was arrested Tuesday afternoon. [ more › ]

San Diego County agrees to $1-million settlement in sheriff's deputy beating case

The county of San Diego has agreed to pay $1 million to settle a lawsuit filed by the family of a man with Down syndrome who was roughed up by an on-duty sheriff's deputy.

New way to watch dolphins, whales and more in Southern California

You have a new whale-watching option in Southern California; a new boat is sailing out of north San Diego County.

Rock Feast, A Display of Rocks That Resemble Food Arranged With Dishes and Silverware

last monthHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Rock Feast is a series of photos taken recently at the San Diego County Fair that show rocks that resemble food arranged with dishes and silverware. photos via Weird Universe via Boing Boing

Driver leads CHP on 120-mph chase from L.A. to San Diego County

A police pursuit Tuesday afternoon spanned three counties and reached speeds of more than 120 mph before ending in San Diego County, the California Highway Patrol said.

Southland homes in the low $600,000s

How does Los Angeles real estate stack up against the rest of the Southland? Here is a sampling of homes in the low $600,000s in L.A., Ventura, Riverside and San Diego counties.

Full meals of rocks that look like food

last monthHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Over at Weird Universe, Alex posted his fun photos from the San Diego County Fair of "an exhibit of rocks that look like food." (more…)

San Diego County woman faces animal cruelty charge in death of dog

A 46-year-old woman arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty after her dog died while locked in her car on a hot day is set to appear Friday in court in El Cajon.

Right to Bear Arms -- in Public? 9th Rehears Concealed Carry Case

The Ninth Circuit, sitting en banc, reheard oral arguments last Tuesday in the case of Peruta v. San Diego County, a controversial challenge to California's concealed carry laws. In California, concealed carry -- the possession of a concealed firearm in public -- is generally prohibited, with permits issued only......

Delta or United $399 California to Cayman Islands Aug-Sep 2015 hurricane special

Delta Airlines has a $399 hurricane season discount for flights from multiple airports in California to the Cayman Islands. I see this fare from LAX, SFO, SNA Orange County, SAN San Diego, SJC San Jose, and SMF Sacramento. Flights route from California to Atlanta and then ATL to GCM, Grand Cayman Islands. Show More Summary

Southern California Is Under Attack! Red Tuna Crabs Invade Shoreline

Thousands of red crabs, also known as tuna crab or pelagic red crabs, have invaded the shores of San Diego and Orange County. The scarlet-colored crustaceans, which have been infesting the California coastline for quite a few weeks now, were believed to have been carried by warm water currents. Show More Summary

Skydiver dies in eastern San Diego County

A skydiver died Friday afternoon in the Jamul area of eastern San Diego County, the Sheriff's Department said.

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