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Emoticons and Happy Meals of healthy foods may make students eat better

If it works so well for McDonald's that places like California have tried to ban them, why not make Happy Meals for broccoli? A paper at the Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) annual meeting in San Diego says that poor food choices in...Show More Summary

Brandon McCarthy Injury: Updates on Dodgers SP's Elbow and Return

Giving up six earned runs to the San Diego Padres was the least of Brandon McCarthy's problems Saturday night. The Los Angeles Dodgers' right-hander suffered an injury to his throwing arm. Continue for updates. McCarthy Leaves Game with...Show More Summary

Gonzalez's 3-Run Homer Leads Dodgers to 11-8 Win Over Padres

16 hours agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Adrian Gonzalez hit his sixth home run against San Diego this year, a three-run shot, and Andre Ethier, Howie Kendrick and Juan Uribe each had a two-run drive to give the Los Angeles Dodgers an 11-8 victory over the Padres on Saturday night.

Yasiel Puig out of Dodgers lineup with strained hamstring

20 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

A day after straining his left hamstring again, Yasiel Puig was out of the Dodgers lineup Saturday for the second game of a three-game series against the San Diego Padres.

Scott Baker, not Joe Wieland, to start for Dodgers on Sunday

20 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Right-hander Scott Baker will be promoted from triple-A Oklahoma City on Sunday to start for the Dodgers in their series finale against the San Diego Padres, Manager Don Mattingly said.

The Chargers’ Future in San Diego: Interview with Chargers’ Special Counsel Mark Fabiani (Guest Voice)

BOLTBLITZ.COM EDITOR’S NOTE: With all of the uncertainty regarding the stadium situation in San Diego, we here at thought it would be helpful to request and obtain an interview with Mark Fabiani, special counsel to the Chargers. Mr. Fabiani was kind enough to agree to the interview. BoltBlitz reporter Thomas Powell asked some very [...]Show More Summary

Conservation win: Hawaiian Honeycreeper hatches its way back from the brink of extinction

The first three eggs of the rare ‘Akeke‘e have hatched under the auspices of San Diego Zoo Global conservation biologists. The newly hatched chicks represent hope for the survival of a small Hawaiian honeycreeper. Eggs from two species...Show More Summary

Dodgers' losing streak ends as roster machinations continue

As Yasiel Puig extended his right leg in a futile attempt to beat a throw to first base in the sixth inning of a 3-0 victory over the San Diego Padres Friday night, he felt something in his left hamstring.

Greinke Shuts Down Padres to Help Dodgers to 3-0 Victory

yesterdaySports / Baseball : Bats

Zack Greinke extended his mastery of NL West opponents by holding the San Diego Padres to four hits in seven innings, and Carl Crawford homered to help the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 3-0 victory Friday night.

Juan Uribe wore the wrong Dodgers uniform onto the field

There are just too many uniforms, let's be honest. The Los Angeles Dodgers are in San Diego on Friday night and they're wearing their "Dodgers" road grays. Juan Uribe apparently didn't get the memo. @PhilHecken Dodgers wearing "Dodgers" roadies tonight. Show More Summary

Joe Wieland expected to start for Dodgers this weekend vs. Padres

Joe Wieland is expected to start for the Dodgers this weekend against the San Diego Padres, according to a person familiar with the situation who spoke under condition of anonymity because the right-hander hasn’t yet been officially recalled from triple-A Oklahoma City.

AleSmith Hall of Fame: Imperial .394 Release

Originally a faint idea dreamt up by Tony Gwynn and Peter Zien, the now imperial version of their collaboration, San Diego Pale Ale.… The post AleSmith Hall of Fame: Imperial.394 Release appeared first on

Baseball: Malibu coach serves one-game suspension

Malibu baseball Coach Ari Jacobs is set to return to directing his team at practice Friday after serving a one-game suspension, along with an assistant coach, for having a beer while the team was participating in the San Diego Lions tournament earlier this season, Jacobs confirmed.

San Diego agrees to pay $1.3 million to 2 women abused by police officer

The San Diego City Council has agreed to pay a total of $1.3 million to two women sexually assaulted by an on-duty police officer.

Hang ten: Become one with the ocean with this algae-based surfboard

Would you surf algae? Not in it, on it. Scientists in San Diego claim to have created the world's first sustainable surfboard made from algae. Researchers at the University of California, San Diego and Arctic Foam, determined just how to turn algae oil

Robber Makes Getaway In Wheelchair

A California man broke into the home of a 79-year-old amputee and then made off riding his wheelchair. According to investigators, Stanley McQuery, 54, broke into the San Diego apartment of William Ballard around 3:30 AM. Ballard, who has one leg, was seated in his wheelchair when he confronted the home invader. As Ballard attempted [...]

Re-Grading San Diego Chargers' Past 5 Drafts

With the 2015 draft about to get underway next week, a stroll down memory lane might be in order. The San Diego Chargers have drafted 33 players in the past five years, not all of whom made the roster their rookie year. But of the ones...Show More Summary

Did someone say beer? Carlsbad hotel adds Hops Highway tour to stays

If you didn't know it, the more than 60 miles between Oceanside and Julian has been nicknamed the Hops Highway for the number of microbreweries located in northern San Diego County.

Madison, Wisconsin, becomes first city in U.S. to offer civil rights protections to atheists

Madison, Wisconsin, becomes first city in U.S. to offer civil rights protections to atheists by Miriam Rafferty SAN DIEGO, Ca (SDONA)–Madison, Wisconsin has become the first city in the nation to give legal protections to atheists in housing, employment and public accommodations. Despite gains made civil rights for racial minorities, women and gays, atheists who [...]Show More Summary

How the Chargers Can Use the 2015 NFL Draft to Ease Offseason Conflicts

It’s been a tumultuous offseason for the San Diego Chargers. They’ ve sparred with the city over a new stadium and angered fans by eyeing one in Los Angeles. The team’s franchise quarterback, Philip Rivers, doesn ’t want to talk about a new contract, despite the team’s overtures. Show More Summary

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