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Timberland owners in California suffer million-dollar losses as drought and fire kill trees. Private timberland operators plead with U. Forest Service to thin overgrown stands as blazes come roaring off federal lands. What pandemic? Opinion: San Diego housing prices are going through the roof. Padres pour it on against Astros after Musgrove again puts them in position to win.
Nick Canepa celebrates 50 years as San Diego sports writer. Nick has seen the greatest moments in San Diego sports.
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First-of-a-kind beer concept: 3 breweries, winery, restaurant all under one roof. Column: Advocates for homeless people express frustration with Mayor Gloria. How Lake Tahoe was spared devastation from the Caldor fire. Corporate boards, consulting, speaking fees: How U. Rescue groups: U. Public Safety. Evacuated residents return after brush fire in University Heights canyon. National Entertainment. Authorities: Chula Vista High freshman, 14, died two days after she and friend were struck. Medical Examiner: Mexican man, 52, died of heat in East County wilderness.
Police arrest suspect in downtown San Diego road-rage homicide. Governor announces judicial appointments, including 2 in San Diego County. What happens when you call ? Free webinar to coach those unfamiliar with process. This YouTube star wants to be governor. Experts call for rigorous audit to protect California recall.
Republican recall candidates want big California tax cuts. Who would benefit? California voters will decide two questions on Sept. Do you want to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom? If so, who should replace him? Here are responses from him and candidates with better fundraising and polling s who responded. In future days, we will post answers from all candidates who replied. Lawsuits begin as Texas GOP voting bill fight moves to court. Biden moves to declassify documents about Sept. What the Supreme Court ruling on the Texas abortion ban means for politics.
Democrats promote Cheney to vice chairwoman of Jan. Padres Daily: Imagine, a fun win; defending, explaining Hosmer; quick is good. Subscribers are reading.
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Big Apple adds polish in a brand-new start to tourism. Commentary: Is it time for a second Age of Enlightenment? San Diego Community Almanac. San Diego County communities. San Diego County amenities. Tales from the pandemic. San Diego News Fix. Get the story behind the story. Kristy Totten interviews reporters about what matters in San Diego. Name Drop San Diego. A weekly podcast celebrating people who have shaped San Diego and been shaped by it.
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Opinion: Even abortion foes should grasp the radicalness of Supreme Court decision on Texas law. Opinion: Your Say: What are you doing to address the growing climate emergency? The latest from Steve Breen. Afghanistan: What comes next. Opinion: Freedom of speech is too precious to relinquish. Opinion: My first trip outside San Diego in two years taught, bewitched and entertained me.
Diane Bell. Chronicling life in and around the region. Charles T. Analysis on how identity intersects with civic life and daily news in San Diego. Lisa Deaderick. Social justice issues with activists, experts and everyday people. Karla Peterson. Michael Smolens.
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Rules about growing roses really do make sense. For this Navy helicopter pilot and promoter, the show must go on and on and on September garden he-up: Devastating citrus disease now here. Latino life. Now, Newsom needs them to thwart recall. California women show decisive support for Newsom, concerns about Elder, as recall looms.
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