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Located along the Pacific Ocean, its top four industries are manufacturing, defense, tourism, and agriculture. The area of San Diego has been inhabited for more than 10,000 years by the Kumeyaay Indians. San Diego hosted two World's Fairs, in 1915 and again in 1935. In October 2003, San Diego was the site of the Cedar Fire, the largest wildfire in California over the past century. The fire burned 280,000 acres, killed 15 people, and destroyed more than 2,200 homes.

Population: 1279329
Local Newspapers: The San Diego Union-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers (NFL) San Diego Padres (MLB)
Local Colleges: San Diego State University

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Woman who killed teen in Tierrasanta hit-and-run sentenced to four years

A 20-year-old woman who had consumed alcohol before she struck and killed a teenage boy in Tierrasanta, then fled the scene, was sentenced Thursday to four years in state prison. Superior Court Judge Polly Shamoon sentenced Medsker to the maximum term under a plea bargain.

Impractical Jokester Sal Vulcano bringing funny to San Diego all weekend

SAN DIEGO Whether you love the one liners or you watch for the awkward situations, of which there are plenty, TruTV's "Impractical Jokers" has guaranteed laughs every Thursday. Sal Vulcano, one of the show's four featured comedians, has brought his comedic talent to San Diego where he'll performing stand up sets throughout the weekend.

San Diego OKs 16th marijuana dispensary, first in nearly a year

San Diego, the only city in the region that has allowed legal marijuana storefronts to open, gave final approval on Thursday to a 16th such business - the first dispensary to be approved since last August. The new dispensary, which was approved unanimously by the Planning Commission, will be located in a 4,400-square-foot, second-story suite at 2425 Camino Del Rio South, just east of Texas Street and south of Interstate 8. The commission unanimously rejected on Thursday a second dispensary proposed farther east in Mission Valley at 3456 Camino Del Rio North, between I-8 and the San Diego River near Qualcomm Stadium .

Aisha Tyler of "The Talk" explains love for Comic-Con, venture into cocktail industry

You'll recognize her face from popular shows like "The Talk', "Criminal Minds" and "Who's Line Is It Anyway?", and you'll recognize her voice from the hit cartoon "Archer". Aisha Tyler has her feet in the television and feature film worlds and is launching a new cocktail product, but still has time to come to San Diego to enjoy the city's crown jewel, Comic-Con.

Santee pursuit ends with La Mesa SWAT standoff, arrest of man with BB gun

Residents of the Lemon Gardens Apartment on Lemon Avenue took cover in their apartments when the man drove up and walked around carrying what looked like a real rifle. Residents of the Lemon Gardens Apartment on Lemon Avenue took cover in their apartments when the man drove up and walked around carrying what looked like a real rifle.

Party downtown at sundown at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego hosts Downtown at Sundown the third Thursday of every month. The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego invites the community to experience an evening of all-access culture tonight at Downtown at Sundown.

Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, re-teamed for SOUL2SOUL Tour, San Diego-bound

Country-pop superstars Faith Hill and Tim McGraw keep changing things up - in at least one way - on their ongoing SOUL2SOUL World Tour. Their opening acts vary each week, a move McGrawa a a a a a a recently attributed to a desire to keep things fresh.

Police seek 3 suspects for burglary in South Park

Authorities sought the public's help Wednesday to find a pair of burglars who broke into a South Park-area grooming business earlier this month and stole more than $4,000 worth of dog flea medication. The two suspects and a woman who is considered a "person of interest'' spoke with employees while casing the South Bark Dog Wash on 30th Street on the evening of July 3, about four hours before the break-in, according to San Diego police and Crime Stoppers.

'Mystery Science Theater 3000's' Joel Hodgson on Comic-Con and bad movies

How diverse is the appeal of "Mystery Science Theater 3000," the wonderfully skewed cult TV series whose first national tour - "Watch Out for Snakes!" - is coming to San Diego for Comic-Con ? Diverse enough that Bill Gates, Steven Spielberg , Mel Brooks and "Hamilton" mastermind Lin-Manuel Miranda are all avowed fans of the show. Diverse enough that - after it went off the air following its 10th season - fans funded one of the biggest Kickstarter campaigns ever launched, raising nearly $6 million to underwrite the 14 new episodes now airing on Netflix.

Dog rehab therapist about to lose her pool

"He can't go for a dog walk like a normal dog," said Marvin's owner Lynn Marvis. "He can't really run around and play with other dogs.

UCSD scientists studying gene-editing to control disease-carrying mosquitoes

A group of UC San Diego scientists will take part in a $14.9 million study to see if advanced gene-editing technologies can be used to control disease-carrying mosquitoes, the school announced Wednesday. The study will look at a new technique called "gene drive" that could spread desirable genes in wild populations and suppress harmful organisms.

Now they tell us

Chris Lehane didn't say he did and didn't say he didn't leak the George W. Bush DUI story during the 2000 presidential campaign. Word that Donald Trump Jr. met with a Russian emissary last year in an effort to find negative information on Hillary Clinton has the New York Times digging up San Diego-linked stories of opposition research by Democrats.

San Diego tour stops

Thornton Winery has been promising for weeks to add two more marquee headliners to its already packed schedule of jazz concerts, with the first now revealed to be returning sax symbol Boney James on September 24 . Though he's been releasing albums for a quarter century now, the four-time Grammy winner's most recent, Futuresoul , was pretty much his biggest, debuting at number 41 on Billboard 's Current Albums pop chart and sitting atop the Contemporary Jazz chart for 11 weeks.

What Makes San Diego Pride Unique? Hint: Uniforms

With last weekend's San Diego LGBT Pride now logged into the archives of history, some of the event's key figures from the past, present, and possibly its future are weighing in on what made 2017's last major American-city celebration of gender and sexual diversity unique. "In 1974, when I and Jess Jessup, a Vietnam War veteran, and Tom Homann went down to the police station to get our permit, they refused our permit and said, 'there will never be a homosexual parade in San Diego,'" recalled Nicole Murray-Ramirez , San Diego LGBT Pride cofounder and honorary mayor of the Hillcrest gayborhood, during a pre-Pride launch party late last week.

Man shot after argument outside 7-Eleven store

A man was shot outside of a Bay Park 7-Eleven store after police said he accused another man of checking out his girlfriend. The incident happened just before 11:45 p.m. Monday in the 3000 block of Clairemont Drive, according to San Diego police.

Big problems with big trucks parking illegally in San Diego

Big problems with big trucks parking illegally in San Diego - CBS News 8 - San Diego, CA News Station - KFMB Channel 8 SAN DIEGO One week ago, a young man from Chula Vista died after crashing into the back of a semi-truck. The big-rig that 20-year-old David Cabrales, who was on his way to school, rear-ended was illegally parked on a street shoulder.

10 free things to do outside San Diego Comic Con

Captain America and Thor chat over a frothy beverage during Day 2 of the 2016 Comic-Con. Yes, lots of excitement is going on inside the convention center, but here are 10 free things you can do in San Diego during Comic-Con when you leave the building and some of them don't even involve comics! The Futurism & Tech Pavilion at the Omni San Diego Hotel : Head up to the Grand Ballroom on the 4th floor, and prepare to be dazzled by 9,000 square feet of the future staring at you, with augmented reality and more.

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