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Shark attack reported near San Onofre State Beach; victim airlifted to hospital

A woman was bitten by a shark late Saturday near San Onofre State Beach in north San Diego County, according to reports. Details were sparse at the time of this post, but 10 News San Diego reported on Facebook that the woman had been airlifted to Scripps Memorial in La Jolla. Show More Summary

NFL draft: Quarterbacks get shot at succeeding two greats

Make room for the understudies. Thirteen years ago, the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted Ben Roethlisberger and the New York Giants acquired No. 1 pick Eli Manning in a trade with San Diego. Those quarterbacks went on to win two Super Bowls each. On Sunday, for the first time in four years, the Steelers...

Chargers send a message they're ready to compete now with draft picks

Philip Rivers, who in the eyes of so many people, himself probably included, is the quarterback of the San Diego Chargers, took the stage at his team’s new home Saturday morning to a massive amount of adoration. Chants of “Hall of Fame” faded in time for Rivers and two of his children to announce...

Eagles’ pick Donnel Pumphrey has the all-time rushing record, with an asterisk

The former San Diego State’s star claimed the all-time FBS rushing leader. But it requires inconsistent accounting. Former San Diego State senior running back Donnel Pumphrey made history in his last college game. Entering the Las Vegas...Show More Summary

Eagles add FBS’s leading rusher by drafting SDSU’s Donnel Pumphrey

The Aztec tailback was better than Dalvin Cook, Leonard Fournette, and D’Onta Foreman in 2016. Donnel Pumphrey ran for more than 5,600 yards his final three seasons at San Diego State, but his slight frame -- 5’8, 176 pounds — kept him from making a lasting impact on pro scouts. Show More Summary

Old Town, San Diego

This isn't really a classic Old Town view; it's just a corner of the parking lot, with a passthrough to a walled-off area where they keep the dumpsters. But I thought the palm trees, the tile roof, and the warm, hazy light were so characteristic...Show More Summary

Two San Diego Apple Stores robbed in less than an hour, thieves take $20k in product

15 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple Stores around the world are often targets of robberies and now we’re seeing yet another example of that. According to a report from local news outlet 10 News, two Apple Stores in San Diego were robbed in less than an hour… mor...

DMX Checks Into Rehab

On Thursday night, DMX checked himself into a rehab facility in Southern California, TMZ reports. Earlier this week, the rapper cancelled his Tuesday Santa Ana show and postponed his Los Angeles and San Diego dates due to an unnamedShow More Summary

Robbers target two San Diego Apple stores, make off with iPhones and Macs

Three men brandishing knives robbed two San Diego Apple stores within the space of an hour on Friday, and the small gang is still on the loose with an unknown amount of merchandise.

Stewart White Demo

Stewart White did a watercolor demo yesterday at the Plein Air Painting Conference and Expo in San Diego. I did this live portrait as he painted. I was working in rather dim light with the book in my lap, so I used fairly dense mixtures of color and strong contrasts. Show More Summary

New super-strong brick shows the soil on Mars makes an excellent building material

Future Mars dwellers may actually be able to use locally-sourced materials for their buildings. Four University of California, San Diego engineers were able to press Mars-like dirt into bricks in a study funded by NASA. No other materials were necessary to keep the blocks together. And the bricks were incredibly tough - even more than steel-reinforced concrete. [...]

After Apple cuts off payments, Qualcomm slashes expectations

NEW YORK (AP) — Qualcomm is slashing its profit expectations after saying that Apple is now refusing to pay royalties on technology used in the iPhone. Apple Inc. sued Qualcomm earlier this year, saying that the San Diego chipmaker has abused its control over essential technology and charged excessive licensing fees.

SeaWorld San Diego gets a furry surprise: a baby sea lion

SeaWorld San Diego is caring for a sea lion that was unexpectedly born to a sick mother.

Bonsignore: Turns out there really are Chargers fans north of San Diego

ANAHEIM – You would have thought the search expedition involved finding Bigfoot, the way people have been carrying on about the actual existence of Chargers fans in and around their new home in Los Angeles. A Chargers fan base north of San Diego, you say? Might as well go look for D.B. Cooper. This is […]

Eighth-grader sold pot-laced gummy bears to fellow students, authorities say

An eighth-grader at a San Diego County middle school has been arrested on suspicion of selling marijuana gummy bears to other students, some whom got sick, officials said. The unidentified male student at Bonita Vista Middle School is suspected of selling the drug-laced candy to several other students...

37 charged in San Diego gang-led gun and meth trafficking rings

A yearlong investigation into gun and methamphetamine trafficking has led to federal charges against 37 documented gang members and associates who operated throughout San Diego’s Mid-City neighborhoods, the U.S. attorney’s office said Thursday. Twenty-two defendants were arrested in sweeps this...

New Round Of Layoffs May All But Decimate San Diego School Libraries

Topic: School Libraries The proposed cuts are on top of pink slips that went out in March to more than half of the aides who staff elementary school libraries. The remaining aides had their schedules reduced to as little as two hours...Show More Summary

Fossilised Mastodon bones could rewrite story of how humans colonised the world

2 days agoHumor / odd : The Sideshow

The discovery of the fossilised remains of an elephant-like animal on a construction site in San Diego appears to have entirely rewritten the story of humans’ colonisation of the world. For the 130,000-year-old mastodon bones had been...Show More Summary

Engineers investigate a simple, no-bake recipe to make bricks from Martian soil

(University of California - San Diego) Explorers planning to settle on Mars might be able to turn the planet's soil into bricks without needing to use an oven or additional ingredients. Instead, they would need to apply pressure to compact the soil--the equivalent of a blow from a hammer. Show More Summary

Workers discover body in restroom stall near playground

SAN DIEGO (KSWB) – A body was found in a restroom stall near a kid's playground located at the border of Pacific Beach and Mission Bay Tuesday morning, authorities said. Read more...

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