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Dog sitter hopes to prevent Army recruit's dog from being adopted out

10news.com — EL CAJON, Calif. - A dog sitter caring for a Siberian Husky, which belongs to a local Army recruit away at boot camp, hopes she can prevent it from being adopted out by a shelter. The woman, who only wanted to be identified as Jennifer, only had Landon, a 2-and-a-half-year old Siberian Husky for three days when he ran off.
Sep 02, 2014

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Lifeguards on track to make 1,000 more rescues this year

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - More than 500,000 people visited San Diego's beaches this Labor Day weekend. Lifeguards told 10News they are on their way to make a record number of water rescues this year. Lt. Andy Lerum said lifeguards are on track to rescue more than 6,000 people this year in San Diego.
Sep 02, 2014

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Rip current alert in effect for all San Diego beaches

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - A rip current alert for all San Diego beaches issued by the National Weather Service over the Labor Day weekend will remain in effect until 8 p.m. Monday, a forecaster said. "There is an enhanced risk of rip currents at all beaches, which is the result of swells from Hurricane Marie," NWS forecaster Stephen Harrison said.
Sep 01, 2014

Be careful in the water - Rip current alert in effect for all San Diego area beaches bit.ly/1B9c6IJ @10News

Chargers cut Thomas Keiser

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - Among the 22 players cut Saturday in order to trim the San Diego Chargers' roster down to 53 players was linebacker Thomas Keiser, who plead guilty to assaulting an employee at a downtown bar last year. The 25-year-old Keiser, who is entering his fourth season, wasn't on the market for long.
Sep 01, 2014

.@Chargers cut 22 including Thomas Keiser who pleaded guilty to assaulting a bar employee: bit.ly/Y5Pnzv pic.twitter.com/Erdh9otuZf

10News Chargers Poll: Fans split on funding new stadium

10news.com — The issue over how a new stadium for the San Diego Chargers would be funded continues to be divisive, according to a new KGTV poll released this week. When asked if public money should be used to finance a new stadium, 36 percent responded yes, 47 percent said no and 17 percent were unsure.
Sep 01, 2014

RT @10News: New KGTV POLL finds fans split over whether public money should fund a new #Chargers stadium: bit.ly/Y5Nh2t pic.twitter.com/fTOna7WSp4