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Four Dead After Truck Flies off Coronado Bridge

A pickup truck swerved and drove over the San Diego-Coronado Bridge on Saturday, plunged over 60 feet, and landed onto a crowd, crushing and immediately killing four people who were attending the annual La Raza motorcycle event at Chicano Park.

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UberPassport: Ride Share Offers One-Way Rides Across Border to Mexico

On Friday, Uber launched UberPassport, a first-of-its-kind cross-border transportation service that will take passengers on a one-way trip from San Diego as far east as Mexicali, which is the capital city of the Mexican state of Baja California, and also to Tijuana.

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Environmental Regulations May Spur Chargers’ Move to L.A.

Stadium negotiations between the Chargers organization and City of San Diego officials hit a rough patch again Tuesday when Chargers’ special counsel Mark Fabiani announced that a ballot measure to streamline burdensome California environmental regulations could not make an end-of-year deadline. After

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Chargers’ San Diego Home at Stake as Stadium Talks Loom

Next Tuesday, San Diego Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos will begin negotiations with San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer over the possibility of a new stadium, as great uncertainty over the Chargers’ future in their longtime home hangs heavy in the air.

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San Diego’s Republican Mayor Joins ‘Boycott Indiana’ with Travel Ban

San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer, the only Republican mayor of a major U.S. city, joined the “Boycott Indiana” bandwagon, banning city travel Monday to the state over its recent Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which critics have called anti-gay. “We’ve directed the City’s Chief Operating Officer to take the necessary actions to restrict publicly funded travel by city employees to Indiana if the law is not amended or repealed by next week,” said Faulconer’s spokesperson.

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Faulconer vs. Chargers in Exchange of Letters

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer had harsh words for the San Diego Chargers in a Tuesday letter addressing Chargers Chairman and President Dean Spanos regarding the Citizens’ Stadium Advisory Group and the construction of a new football stadium. The letter