Mainmast installed on San Salvador

A crane is used to install the mainmast aboard the ship San Salvador on Tuesday.


Apartment on Marine View in Shelltown sold

The 10-unit apartment in Shelltown at 3913-3923 Marine View Ave., San Diego 92113, has been sold for $936,000.


SD Superior Court consolidating small claims, appeals

San Diego Superior Court is consolidating small claims and appellate services in response to the severe and ongoing cuts to the state judicial branch's budget.


Epic Sciences appoints Michael Giske as CIO


Charles Bell elected president of Gilliam Bar


Bryn Spradling named managing partner of Duckor Spradling


San Diego adopts mandatory water limits


Aptose Biosciences to start trading on Nasdaq


New ResMed platform coaches patients on sleep patterns


Envision Solar announces $2 million in new orders

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Dueling negatives in North Carolina Senate race

If Republicans are in control of both houses of Congress next year -- which is looking probable two weeks before the elections -- House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell could use some guidance from North Carolina: Don't overreach.

City repairs Prop. A-caused funding glitch

The San Diego City Council on Monday unanimously approved a measure that should allow the city to continue to get state funds for construction projects, which have been under threat of voter-approved restrictions against requiring "project labor agreements" for construction contracts.

Calif. needs long-term water plan

Gov. Jerry Brown laid out his long-term strategy for shoring up California's water system Monday, telling a water conference at Stanford University that the state's water crisis and the ongoing drought will occupy much of his time if he is re-elected in November.

Nerds after defeating 'bros' must offer invite to sis

Back in September, Marc Andreessen tweeted: “Silicon Valley is nerd culture, and we are the bro's natural enemy.”

Can Ebola bring back public health's glory days?

Ever wonder why on earth anyone thought socialism would work?

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In The News: Early Edition

Oct. 21, 2014, 12:00 p.m. -- San Diego is now in a Level 2 Drought Alert, and Aptose Biosciences will begin trading on Nasdaq this week. 

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George Chamberlin on the Markets

Oct. 20, 2014 -- Executive Editor George Chamberlin recaps last week's financial events and looks at the week's upcoming announcements.

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Power of Attorneys - 2014

The Daily Transcript honors San Diego's top corporate counsel.

US & World

US stocks log biggest gain of the year; Apple up

NEW YORK (AP) -- The stock market had its best day of the year as investors applauded solid earnings from U.S. companies and economic growth in China.

WTI Crude Futures Erases Advance in New York; Brent Lower

Unemployment rates fall in 31 US states last month

US existing home sales rise in September


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Soaring Dimensions - San Diego is Building Again. Get Involved!

Soaring Dimensions 2014, now and all year long on San Diego Source. The special report features articles, profiles and videos on some of San Diego's most recognized companies involved in making San Diego soar once more. Construction, architecture, engineering, tenant improvement companies, plus law firms and government, all working to create a vibrant economy and positive local impact.

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Ted Bumgardner, Xpera Group

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