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Another Group of Immigrant Families Flown to San Diego

Another group of undocumented Central American migrants arrived Monday in San Diego, continuing a process that has prompted intense opposition as well as widespread compassion for the plight of the exiles. The group of about 140 immigrants, who entered the United States illegally in Texas, were flown into Lindbergh Field late this morning and then bused […]

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CSUSM Opens Unique, Off-Campus Speech Clinic

California State University San Marcos opened a unique off-campus speech and language clinic Monday to treat community members and provide training for students in its popular speech-language pathology major. Janet Powell, dean of the College of Education, Health and Human Services, said the 1,700 square-foot clinic in San Marcos will offer students “a meaningful, real-world […]

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Cardiff Motorcycle Crash Sends Rider to Trauma Unit

 A motorcycle struck a car that pulled into its path in Cardiff-by-the-Sea, leaving the rider in intensive care with broken ribs and other injuries, San Diego County sheriff’s officials said. The 37-year-old rider of a 2002 Suzuki GSX 1300 motorcycle was headed south on South Coast Highway 101 near Verdi Avenue at about 15 miles per […]

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UCSD to Offer Merit-Based Athletic Scholarships

The University of California, San Diego will offer merit-based scholarships to student athletes for the first time this fall, making it the last school in its conference to do so. The scholarships will be funded by fees from a 2007 student government referendum, with additional private support from alumni, families and friends. The change, which was approved […]