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Carmel Mountain Ranch bank robbed Friday

Police are looking for a man who allegedly robbed the San Diego County Credit Union in Carmel Mountain Ranch early Friday afternoon.

Gutschow, new challenger join Poway Unified race

The list of Poway Unified School District candidates running in November grew by two this week with two-term board member Todd Gutschow and challenger Charles Sellers entering the race.

Fitness challenge goes out to region’s walkers


Improved physical fitness and a free T-shirt await those who walk 30 miles within 30 days under a new City of San Diego-sponsored fitness program.

Voluntary water conservation measures in effect

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The city is calling for voluntary conservation with the implementation of Drought Response Level 1. It went into effect July 1.

Safer neighborhoods are new police chief’s priority

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San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman reassured residents that cracking down on officer misconduct and making the city safer are among her priorities.

Baby boy born on side of Interstate 15

A baby boy was born early today in a vehicle stopped on the side of Interstate 15 near Carmel Mountain Ranch, authorities said.

Man hospitalized after Carmel Mountain Ranch accident

An 85-year-old man was hospitalized Wednesday and being treated for extensive injuries he suffered when he was hit by a car while illegally crossing a street in Carmel Mountain Ranch, police said.

Fast start for new I-15 bus service

Commuters get off the Rapid bus at the Sabre Springs station on Tuesday afternoon. Photo by Elizabeth Marie Himchak

Due to high initial ridership, Metropolitan Transit System has increased the number of Rapid Express buses at the Rancho Bernardo and Sabre Springs/Penasquitos transit stations.

San Diego mayor releases online video touting new budget

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Mayor Kevin Faulconer on Monday released a five-minute online video touting the city of San Diego’s nearly $3 billion budget that will go into effect next week.

New budget, Common Core funding on Monday night’s PUSD agenda

Poway Unified School District Board of Education members are expected to approve the 2014-15 budget when they meet Monday night.