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Ross And Roll | NBC 7 San Diego

nbcsandiego.com — local Padres right-handed pitcher Tyson Ross has made four starts this season. His first two were not very good. Ross went 10.1 innings, allowing five earned runs, striking out nine, walking nine, and taking the loss in both games. His last two starts were extremely good.

Nordstrom Relocating Its Store Within Westfield UTC

nbcsandiego.com — local Nordstrom Inc. plans to relocate its full-line department store in University Towne Center to a new space within the Westfield UTC mall, with a new two-level store expected to open in 2017. The upcoming 145,000-square-foot store will incorporate the company's latest design concepts, geared toward improving the shopping experience, said Erik Nordstrom, president of stores for the Seattle-headquartered retailer, in a statement.

Tensions Mount after Lincoln High School's Principal is Asked to Leave: Source

nbcsandiego.com — local Some parents and community members are up in arms about a controversy surrounding the principal of Lincoln High School who was asked to leave her job as a disharmonious atmosphere continues to grow on campus.
RT @nbcsandiego: VIDEO: Lincoln HS principal is asked to leave amid growing tensions on campus: on.nbc7.com/9gXQ8D7 (vIA @RoryNBCSD)

Days-Old Kittens Shipped by Accident

nbcsandiego.com — local These two kittens are just a few weeks old, but they've already taken the trip of a lifetime. A worker at Cox Communications in San Diego County discovered the kittens inside a box of equipment. Turns out, they were accidentally packed up and shipped from Cox Communications in Hollywood.


nbcsandiego.com — weird "Hundreds" of elderly women descended on a San Francisco Walgreens on Tuesday to do battle over deeply-discounted eggs, according to the San Francisco Examiner. Walgreens dropped jaws by offering up cartons of a dozen eggs for the rock-bottom price of 99 cents per dozen, the newspaper reported.
My favorite eggs went up to $6.99 a dozen. MT @nbcsandiego When a drug store offers a dozen eggs for $.99... on.nbc7.com/1xuHexP