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UC San Diego offers students COVID test kits by vending machine

Jan 07 2021

SAN DIEGO The University of California's San Diego campus has launched the winter academic term with a unique twist to its coronavirus safety regimen: newly installed vending machines stocked with do-it-yourself COVID-19 tests for students. | Video

UC San Diego offers students COVID test kits by vending machine

Jan 07 2021

SAN DIEGO (Reuters) -The University of California's San Diego campus has launched the winter academic term with a unique twist to its coronavirus safety regimen: newly installed vending machines stocked with do-it-yourself COVID-19 tests for students. | Video

UC San Diego offers students COVID test kits by vending machine

Jan 06 2021

SAN DIEGO, Jan 6 The University of California's San Diego campus has launched the winter academic term with a unique twist to its coronavirus safety regimen: newly installed vending machines stocked with do-it-yourself COVID-19 tests for students.

UC San Diego research lab to make environmentally friendly flip flops from algae

Aug 14 2020

Researchers at University of California, San Diego hope to make future beach visits both environmentally and fashion-friendly, with a new formula for biodegradable flip flops. | Video

UC San Diego research lab to make environmentally friendly flip flops from algae

Aug 13 2020

Aug 13 Researchers at University of California, San Diego hope to make future beach visits both environmentally and fashion-friendly, with a new formula for biodegradable flip flops.

U.S. Navy battles for second day to save burning warship in San Diego

Jul 14 2020

SAN DIEGO Hundreds of firefighters battled through a second day from the air, land and water on Monday to save a U.S. war vessel swept by flames while moored at a San Diego shipyard, as the number of sailors and civilians injured in the blaze rose to nearly 60. | Video

California farmer plows under lettuce after coronavirus shutters restaurant market

Apr 16 2020

HOLTVILLE, Calif. There should be tractors rumbling across Jack Vessey's ranch, pulling wagons full of fresh-cut romaine lettuce to be packed and shipped to restaurants and grocery stores across the United States. | Video

Los Angeles coronavirus cases could match New York in days

Mar 27 2020

LOS ANGELES Coronavirus cases in Los Angeles are spiking, putting the region on track to have as many cases as hard-hit New York in five days, Mayor Eric Garcetti said on Friday, speaking from a naval hospital ship in the Port of Los Angeles.

Former California congressman Hunter gets 11 months in corruption case

Mar 17 2020

SAN DIEGO Former U.S. Representative Duncan Hunter, who pleaded guilty to a charge of campaign finance fraud, was sentenced on Tuesday to 11 months in federal prison in a corruption case that ended the California Republican's once-promising political career.

Navy SEAL's trial for war crimes begins in San Diego

Jun 17 2019

SAN DIEGO Jury selection began on Monday in the trial of a U.S. Navy SEAL platoon leader court-martialed on charges of murdering a wounded Iraqi prisoner and shooting unarmed civilians, a war crimes case that has drawn the attention of U.S. President Donald Trump.

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