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Only Three Northern White Rhinos Left Alive On Earth

Now only three northern white rhinos are left alive on earth after the death of a 41-year-old female northern white rhino named Nola. Nola died at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in California.

The conservationists and experts took the decision to euthanize Nola after seeing her... read more

Firefighters rescue 3 people trapped in burning home

Firefighters rescued three people from a burning home in City Heights, San Diego, on Wednesday morning, fire officials announced.

The early morning fire damaged a couple of homes and a recreational vehicle in the 2500 block of Violet Street in City Heights.

Andrew Brennen, a... read more

Andrew & Williamson recalls Mexican Cucumbers linked to Salmonella Outbreak

San Diego-based Andrew & Williamson Fresh Produce has issued a voluntary recall after the cucumbers imported by the company from Mexico have been linked to Salmonella outbreak in many states. The cucumbers were supplied to 27 states but it will be difficult for shoppers to identify them as... read more

California distributor recalls imported cucumbers after salmonella kills elderly woman

Andrew & Williamson Fresh Produce of San Diego on Friday issued a voluntary recall for its imported "Limited Edition" brand garden cucumbers, after the product was linked to the recent salmonella outbreak that sickened hundreds of people in numerous states in the U. S.

The California... read more

Federal judge releases San Diego soccer players on several conditions

A federal judge on Wednesday issued orders for the release of six San Diego soccer team players who allegedly forced a Chicago-bound Southwest flight to land in Amarillo earlier this week, albeit on several conditions.

The six players, viz. 19-year-old Saiman Hermez, 19-year-old Khalid... read more

Walgreens hits settlement with San Diego prosecutors in consumer protection lawsuit

Deerfield, Illinois-based pharmacies operator Walgreens has agreed to pay $502,200 to settle a consumer protection dispute with San Diego and other counties, officials confirmed on Monday.

Prosecutors in San Diego, Riverside and Alameda had accused Walgreens pharmacists of failing to... read more

UC San Diego ranked 17th on ‘green’ schools list

University of California San Diego (UCSD) has been lauded by the Sierra Club's magazine for its efforts to conserve water during the state's unrelenting drought.

According to the Sierra Club's magazine released on Tuesday, UCSD grabbed the seventh rank in the sustainability efforts of... read more

SeaWorld’s Q2 net income falls 84%

Amusement parks operator SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. suffered drastic declines in second-quarter revenue and net income due to various factors, including 'brand challenges' in San Diego.

Revealing its performance and earnings in the April-June period of this year, SeaWorld announced on... read more

San Diego zoo plans to breed rhinos via artificial insemination

Wildlife experts at San Diego Zoo have plans to breed rhinos through artificial insemination, an effort that could help save species like northern white rhinoceros that have reached on the brink of extinction.

The northern white rhinoceros are perhaps the world's most endangered species... read more

UC San Diego Health signs multi-year affiliation deal with La Jolla Institute

UC San Diego Health has signed a multi-year affiliation deal with La Jolla Institute for Allergy & Immunology (LJI) to boost fundamental research of diseases of the immune system and find new clinical treatments and therapies.

The two institutions have long been collaborating with... read more

San Diego Comic-Con to take Salt Lake to court over trademark issue

San Diego Comic-Con continues to insist that use of Comic Con name by Salt Lake confuse people into thinking that the two pop events are related.

Bryan Brandenburg, co-founder of Salt Lake Comic Con, announced on Thursday that the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (PTO) granted their... read more

USS Gary decommissioned at a ceremony in San Diego

The USS Gary, the last frigate on the West Coast, was decommissioned at Naval Base San Diego at a special ceremony attended by several former crew members and commanders.

The 31-year-old ship returned to naval base in San Diego in April this year from its final deployment, during which it... read more

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