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West Coast states to fight climate change even if Trump does not

Dec 13 2016

CORONADO, Calif. The governors of the three U.S. West Coast states on Tuesday vowed to step up their efforts to fight climate change in the face of the incoming administration of President-elect Donald Trump, who has dismissed global warming as a hoax.

West Coast states to fight climate change even if Trump does not

Dec 13 2016

CORONADO, Calif. The governors of the three U.S. West Coast states on Tuesday vowed to step up their efforts to fight climate change in the face of the incoming administration of President-elect Donald Trump, who has dismissed global warming as a hoax.

Michigan fugitive caught in California after 37 years on the run

Feb 05 2014

SAN DIEGO A 60-year-old woman who fled a Michigan prison nearly 37 years ago has been captured in San Diego, where she was living under an assumed name, law enforcement officials said on Wednesday.

Autopsies reveal new details of slayings in California kidnap case

Sep 24 2013

SAN DIEGO The mother of a San Diego-area teenager who was kidnapped by a family friend last month and rescued days later in Idaho was killed by at least a dozen blows to the head and left bound and gagged inside a garage set ablaze after her death, coroners found.

Expected front-runners bow out of San Diego mayor's race

Sep 03 2013

SAN DIEGO Two politicians viewed as potential front-runners to replace disgraced former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner, who resigned in the face of a sexual harassment lawsuit, said Tuesday they would not run, leaving the race wide open.

Sibling rivalry with Midwestern sense

Feb 02 2013

ANN ARBOR, Michigan Through opposite demeanors, Jim and John Harbaugh approach the game of football with the same philosophy, relying on a run-heavy offense and stout defense sown from the gridirons of the Midwest.

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