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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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14 things to do this weekend in San Diego: 'Wrex the Halls 2018,'...

Death Cab For Cutie among the list of performers for this year's 91X presents "Wrex the Halls 2018" show, today at Pechanga Arena San Diego. Death Cab For Cutie among the list of performers for this year's 91X presents "Wrex the Halls 2018" show, today at Pechanga Arena San Diego.

Asylum seekers stake claims on patch of US soil at border

Honduran asylum seekers cover his faces surrounded by activists for migrant rights on U.S. soil at San Diego's Otay Mesa port of entry, seen from Tijuana, Mexico, Monday, Dec. 17, 2018. TIJUANA, Mexico - Several asylum seekers, joined by two members of the U.S. Congress, waited on a small patch of U.S. soil for hours demanding that their claims be processed immediately, challenging a U.S. policy to make people wait in Mexico if there are capacity constraints.

Jurors still deliberating in rape trial

Jury deliberations in the San Diego trial of a former Yuma police officer charged with raping a woman ended on Monday without jurors reaching a verdict. Jared Elkins is accused of raping a 23-year-old woman while off-duty during a visit to San Diego last year.

San Diego airport to convert economy lot to employee parking

The San Diego Airport Authority announced Monday that the Pacific Highway Economy parking lot will permanently close to the public the day after Christmas. The lot will be converted into employee parking, according to airport officials.

Vocal police critic taking over San Diego panel focused on...

San Diego Councilwoman Monica Montgomery, a vocal critic of the city's Police Department on issues such as racial profiling and violence against civilians, will lead the council's law enforcement oversight panel next year. Montgomery, a liberal Democrat from southeastern San Diego who has worked as an attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union, replaces Republican Chris Cate of Mira Mesa as chairman of the council's Public Safety and Livable Neighborhoods Committee.

US homeless count up slightly, but declines in key cities

A federal report released Monday provides a possible glimmer of hope for the homeless crisis that has gripped many cities up and down the West Coast. The number of people living on the streets in Los Angeles and San Diego, two epicenters of the homelessness crisis, fell this year, suggesting those cities' efforts to combat the problem could be starting to pay off.

Could you deal with a commute from Tijuana every day?

It's 9:30 a.m. Friday in the Mexican city of Tijuana and Bob Morris is walking out of his two-story green apartment complex to begin his commute to the United States. The 66-year-old American, wearing a black suit, blue shirt, Nike sneakers and a small backpack, hops over puddles from the previous night's rain and into a Nissan Versa driven by a friend.

13-foot waves could pound San Diego beaches late Monday

The leading edge of the Pacific swell cranked up the wave action at Sunset Cliffs on Sunday. A powerful Pacific swell will generate waves in the 7-foot to 11-foot range along the San Diego County coastline late Monday, and could throw off 13-footers south of Del Mar, according to the National Weather Service.

East Village: Downtown's future goes here

The downtown San Diego Central Library, opened in 1913, sports a steel lattice dome looming over a reading room. ) East Village is where downtown's future lies, but homeless problems persist among all the new housing projects and startup companies.

Spreading JOY with 84 lamps: Mission Valley hotel keeps tradition going for 30 years

As night falls, lights spelling JOY on the front of the Mission Valley Hilton come on. For 30 years during the holiday season, the Hilton in Mission Valley has pulled off this nightly trick, and like many things that seem simple, this one isn't.

Pedestrian hit by car in Allied Gardens

A man was hit by a car and suffered head injuries Sunday morning when he stepped into oncoming traffic in Allied Gardens, San Diego police said.

Scooter rider suffers 'brain bleed' after crash with car in downtown San Diego

A 30-year-old man riding a scooter in the Gaslamp community of San Diego suffered a "brain bleed" when he rode through a red light and broadsided a Toyota Prius that had the green light, entering into the intersection, a police officer said Sunday. The crash occurred a little before 11:10 p.m. Saturday in the 900 block of 4th Avenue, said Officer Robert Heims of the San Diego Police Department.

Man taking a bat to red light cameras in Encinitas assaults San Diego sheriff's deputy

A man who was hitting red light cameras in Encinitas with a baseball bat Saturday attacked a San Diego County sheriff's deputy who tried to stop him, authorities said. The incident began at 2:36 p.m. at the intersection of North El Camino Real and Encinitas Boulevard, sheriff's Sgt.

Report: California bluff collapse was fourth since August

A seaside bluff collapse that briefly interrupted train service last week near San Diego was the fourth such landslide since August, according to a newspaper report. The Los Angeles Times says Sunday that a long-planned project to stabilize the eroding cliffs in Del Mar will break ground by summer.

Should Horton Plaza be preserved?

Preservationists believe Horton Plaza, an archetype of postmodern architecture, should be reviewed for its historical significance. The mall, pictured here in 2005, is under new ownership and is set to be repurposed for creative office.

Interactive map shows where San Diego police write the most speeding tickets

Men are one and a half times more likely to get a speeding ticket than women in the city of San Diego, according to an analysis of police citation records. Ticket data show some 9,400 men were issued speeding tickets from January 2017 through July of this year, while women accounted for about 6,000 tickets.

Is San Diego's way of policing the police working?

A September meeting of the Community Review Board on Police Practices at the Mission Valley Branch Library in San Diego. A September meeting of the Community Review Board on Police Practices at the Mission Valley Branch Library in San Diego.

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