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Former Women’s Basketball Coach Sues SDSU Claiming Unlawful Firing

Attorneys for former San Diego State University coach Mary Elizabeth “Beth” Burns filed suit against the university Wednesday claiming she was unlawfully fired last year. The complaint filed in Superior Court claims Burns was unlawfully terminated in April 2013, following 16 years of success as head coach of the Aztec women’s basketball team. The suit describes Burns […]

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U-T TV Ceasing Cable Broadcasts; Will Move to Online Distribution

U-T San Diego announced today it is pulling its U-T TV operation off cable television systems and will instead focus its multimedia efforts on digital platforms like computers, tablets and smartphones. The last television broadcast will be tonight, according to the newspaper. The television operation lasted less than two years. “Our business model has always […]

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Run Women Run Endorses Gretchen Kinney Newsom for Interim City Council Seat

Run Women Run on Wednesday endorsed Ocean Beach community leader Gretchen Kinney Newsom for the interim San Diego City Council District 2 seat that will become vacant after current council member Kevin Faulconer takes office as Mayor. “Gretchen’s experience, leadership and commitment to her community make her the ideal person to serve District 2 and will serve […]

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Former Republican Party Chair Ron Nehring to Run for Lt. Governor

Former state Republican Party chairman Ron Nehring of San Diego tossed his hat in the ring for lieutenant governor Tuesday. In a statement, Nehring called for a bold vision for California’s leaders and comprehensive reform of state government. “Around the world, California is recognized for the innovation, creativity, and hard work of its people,” Nehring […]