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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

18 hours 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

22 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

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...

Schimpf powers Padres to 8-5 comeback win over Diamondbacks

yesterdayNews : USAToday: News

Ryan Schimpf hit a go-ahead, three-run homer with one out in the top of the ninth inning to rally the San Diego Padres past the Arizona Diamondbacks 8-5        

Humans may have lived in the Americas 130,000 years ago, far earlier than thought

Ancient remains found in California suggest that humans were present in North America some 130,000 years ago — substantially earlier than scientists previously thought. A site in San Diego contains evidence that early human ancestors smashed mastodon bones and teeth to make rudimentary tools. Show More Summary

Chargers prepare for uncertainty of NFL draft

SAN DIEGO – Melvin Gordon was waiting for a call. But this was the wrong call. Two years ago, the running back sat inside the green room at Chicago’s Auditorium Theatre waiting for his future to unfold. He had spent his entire life in Wisconsin, growing up in Kenosha before becoming a unanimous All-American at Wisconsin. Just […]

Analysis: A new study says settlers arrived in the Americas 130,000 years ago. Should we believe it?

An archaeological site near San Diego suggests humans arrived in America more than 100,000 years before previously thought. Continue reading ? The post Analysis: A new study says settlers arrived in the Americas 130,000 years ago. Should we believe it? appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Fossil Find Suggests Humans Had Arrived In North America 115,000 Years Earlier Than Previously Thought

The San Diego Natural History Museum announced the findings 25 years after the bones were discovered. [ more › ]

LRG Sold To Mad Engine

We never really followed the clothing company LRG (Lifted Research Group Inc.), but it appears the brand has been purchased by San Diego, California based Mad Engine, LLC, according to a story in the Orange County Business Journal. “Robert Wright and the late Jonas Bevacqua founded the Irvine-based urban streetwear brand— better known as LRG—in 1999 […]

Did Humans Arrive in America a Hundred Thousand Years Earlier Than We Thought?

In 1992, Thomas Deméré, a paleontologist at the San Diego Natural History Museum, and several of his colleagues were called in to inspect an array of bones that had been unearthed by highway workers building Route 54, just south of the city. Show More Summary

What Was Our First Human Ancestor in America? Butchered Bones Point to Mystery Hominin in California 130,000 Years Ago

yesterdayNews : Newsweek: US

Ancient mastodon bones and stone tools found near San Diego suggest humans arrived in the Americas 115,000 years earlier than we previously thought.

Exploring the Dynamic Emotions and Challenges of Living with Diabetes

On today’s DiabetesPowerShow, Charlie Cherry, Chris Daniel, and Lori Cherry are broadcasting from the offices of the Behavioral Diabetes Institute in San Diego, California. We are honored to speak with William H. Polonsky, PhD, CDE and Susan Guzman, PhD. Today, it’s all about what we at DiabetesPowerShow refer to as the people with Type 3 […]

Common pesticide damages honey bee's ability to fly

(University of California - San Diego) Biologists at UC San Diego have provided the first evidence that a widely used pesticide can significantly impair the ability of otherwise healthy honey bees to fly. The study, which employed aShow More Summary

Common pesticide damages honey bee's ability to fly

Biologists at the University of California San Diego have demonstrated for the first time that a widely used pesticide can significantly impair the ability of otherwise healthy honey bees to fly, raising concerns about how pesticides affect their capacity to pollinate and the long-term effects on the health of honey bee colonies.

Precision Medicine Startup AltheaDx Lands $27M to Expand Personalized Therapeutic Decisions Internationally

AltheaDx, Inc., a San Diego, CA-based commercial stage molecular diagnostics company specializing in the field of personalized medicine has raised $27 million in Series D funding. The company is a CAP-accredited, CLIA-certified laboratory and plans to utilize the funding to expands its sales force and marketing efforts to grow internationally. Show More Summary

Goldschmidt leads Diamondbacks to 9-3 win over Padres

2 days agoNews : USAToday: News

Paul Goldschmidt drove in three runs to match a team record with his fourth straight multi-RBI game, Patrick Corbin struck out nine in seven innings and the Arizona Diamondbacks rolled over the San Diego Padres 9-3        

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