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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

Zip Codes associated with san diego, california: 91977 92101 92102 92103 92104 92105 92106 92107 92108 92109 92110 92111 92113 92114 92115 92116 92117 92118 92119 92120 92121 92122 92123 92124 92126 92127 92128 92129 92130 92131 92139 92154 92173
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Discover Alta California's first Spanish mission in San Diego

Why: California Catholicism. Mission revival architecture. The cultural collision between Native California and European expansionism.

Trump supporters are still with him, his critics most certainly are not

Cesar Vera, from San Diego, fishes from the Ocean Beach pier. He said his unfavorable opinion of the new president mostly held steady since Donald Trump has taken office.

Divided San Diego council to tackle possible public votes on SoccerCity, convention center

A sharply divided San Diego City Council is expected to decide soon whether two disputed proposals - SoccerCity in Mission Valley and a convention center expansion - will be presented to voters in November 2017 or November 2018. Arguments for waiting until the 2018 general election include significant extra costs for a 2017 special election, unresolved details of both proposals and city voters easily approving a ballot measure last year that said such proposals should be decided in higher-turnout general elections.

Six Upcoming Seasonal Craft Beer Releases You Need in Your Fridge

MIA Beer Company's Neon white IPA is one of several products set to be released in cans for the first time. Part of what makes visiting a local brewery's taproom so special is the draft lineup: There's usually something on tap you can't find in stores - or in many of the local craft beer bars, for that matter.

Girl Scouts celebrate 100 years in San Diego

Girl Scouts celebrated 100 years in San Diego Saturday, with a unique bridging ceremony held on the Cabrillo Bridge in Balboa Park. Happy birthday girl scouts! More than 600 girl scouts and their families attended the council wide event, which marks a big milestone's in a girl's journey.

It's USD's Turn as Graduation Season Continues in San Diego

Graduation season in San Diego is a festive time for excited grads and their families. From May until June, San Diego State University, University of San Diego, and UC San Diego will be holding a series of graduation ceremonies.

Lost control of car on Pearl Street and slammed into White Sands

The family of a 96-year-old man who was hit and killed by a runaway car that crashed into his room as he slept in his bed at an assisted living facility in October 2016 has submitted a claim for damages to the City of San Diego. Randy Gaster, 53, lost control of his white Oldsmobile sedan after running a stop sign at the intersection of Pearl Street and Olivetas Avenue in La Jolla just after midnight on October 25, 2016.

New study looks at ways to stop suicides off Coronado bridge

The San Diego-Coronado Bridge opened in 1969 and has been the site of more than 400 suicides. State transportation officials expect to begin work this summer on a study of ways to deter suicides off the Coronado bridge.

Driver in I-5 Wrong-Way Crash to Stand Trial in Motorcycle Rider's Death

CHP officers said the motorcyclist killed in a wrong way, DUI crash on his way home to Tijuana never stood a chance. The DUI suspect faces serious felony charges.

Charges shed light on sea cucumber smuggling at US border

David Mayorquin and his father, Ramon Torres Mayorquin, are accused of a scheme to buy the illegally harvested animals from poachers in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, pay for them under fake names and underestimate their weight and value to inspectors at San Diego's Otay Mesa border crossing, across from Tijuana, Mexico. From San Diego, they allegedly shipped the product to Asia, including China, where they are delicacies in Chinese dishes, prized for medicinal value and considered an aphrodisiac.

Charges shed light on sea cucumber smuggling at US border

In this Dec. 30, 2005 photo Jim DePompei of the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium holds a sea cucumber in the tide pools at Cabrillo Beach in the San Pedro section of Los Angeles. A father and son have been indicted on charges of smuggling illegally harvested sea cucumbers worth more than $17 million into the United States and selling the Chinese delicacy on Asian markets, Friday, May 19, 2017.

Charges shed light on sea cucumber smuggling at US border

In this Dec. 30, 2005 photo Jim DePompei of the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium holds a sea cucumber in the tide pools at Cabrillo Beach in the San Pedro section of Los Angeles. A father and son have been indicted on charges of smuggling illegally harvested sea cucumbers worth more than $17 million into the United States and selling the Chinese delicacy on Asian markets, Friday, May 19, 2017.

San Pedro youngster, in sudden life-or-death battle, awaits a new heart

The last family photo -- taken at Easter -- before Leah, front row, second from right, was diagnosed with a rare heart condition that requires her to have a heart transplant. Left to right are: Jazmine Lopez, Anthony Lopez, Ava Lopez, Lucero Mendez , Aden Lopez, Leah Mendez, Cesar Mendez and Carmine Mendez.

Crews battle brush fire in Escondido, threatens homes

Crews are working to extinguish a brush fire that is threatening structures off Deer Springs Road, near Interstate 15 in the Escondido area, according to Cal Fire. Crews have halted the spread of that roughly five-acre brush fire off Deer Springs Road and Interstate 15 in the Escondido area, according to Cal Fire.

State auditor says UC Santa Cruz altered UCOP survey responses

UC Santa Cruz Chancellor George Blumenthal knowingly altered his campus's response to a state auditor's survey under the direction of UC President Janet Napolitano's staff, according to state auditor Elaine Howle. Howle revealed the "intentional" interference in the April 25 investigative report , "The University of California Office of the President: It Failed to Disclose Tens of Millions in Surplus Funds, and Its Budget Practices Are Misleading."

L.A. Chargers stadium opening delayed until 2020

The opening of the $2.6 billion stadium that will house the Rams and Chargers in Inglewood has been delayed by one year, due largely to unusually heavy winter rainfall that hampered construction, officials announced Thursday. The stadium is now scheduled to be open for the 2020 NFL season.

Seniors Lead the Way as Cruz, Shirley, Flatt Push No. 14 UC San Diego ...

Troy Cruz tossed a complete-game gem, Brandon Shirley hit the three-run bomb early, and Justin Flatt the two-run double late as three seniors led No. 14 University of California San Diego over No.

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