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Students return to football practice amid heat wave

10news.com — San Diego high school and junior high school football players are heading back to practice, but a heat wave this week has brought up the issue of how to protect the young players. Chance Stout was swinging the bat at Brickyard Cages on Wednesday, but soon, the eighth-grader will be running the football at Hillsdale Middle School.

Man, 92, attends Del Mar Racetrack Opening Day for 65th straight year

10news.com — A crowd of 40,000 walked through the gates of the Del Mar Racetrack Friday, and among them was a man enjoying his 65th straight Opening Day. Tom Layne is 92 years old, but the excitement of the annual event makes him feel 22.

Consumer Reports says Tesla should drop Autopilot name

10news.com — DETROIT - Consumer Reports magazine is calling on electric carmaker Tesla Motors to change the name of its Autopilot semi-autonomous driving system and to disconnect the automatic steering feature after a fatal crash in Florida. The magazine says in a statement that calling the system Autopilot promotes a dangerous assumption that Teslas can drive themselves.

Survivor of I-15 plane crash to file lawsuit after investigation is complete

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - A man who survived after a plane crashed into his car on I-15 says he is prepared to file a lawsuit after the full investigation is complete. Jason Soule stood in his living room holding the shattered derby helmet that once protected his head.

Firefighters go to extremes in Kearny Mesa crash

10news.com — Battalion Chief Glen Holder of the San Diego Fire Department told 10News Thursday's Kearny Mesa crash in was an especially intense rescue for firefighters because the middle of the sports car rolled over and crushed the driver's legs. Pulling apart the car with the jaws off life would have also pulled off the driver's foot.

Eighth grade boy posts school shooting threat on Snapchat

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - Deputies tracked down an eighth grade boy accused of threatening to shoot up multiple schools on a Snapchat post. The superintendent of Lakeside Union School District and the principal of Tierra Del Sol middle school confirmed to 10News that Tuesday night a former student of the school posted two Snapchats with text only.

MTS riders affected by strike; struggling to make doctor's appointment

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - Michelle Beathe contacted 10News because she needs help getting to her doctors appointments. MTS contracts drivers from First Transit. Those drivers are on strike demanding higher pay and benefits. RELATED | MTS bus drivers' strike continues Thursday "You're making it difficult on me, you're putting an impact on a lot of people," Beathe said.

Local Marine forced to skip Invictus Games because of her wound

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - A 25-year-old retired U.S. Marine was forced to skip the Invictus Games in Orlando because of her wound. RELATED | San Diegans compete at Invictus Games Kirstie Ennis gets treatment at Balboa Naval Medical Center following a 2012 helicopter crash in Afghanistan.

Local company provides lifeguards for pool parties

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - An 8-year-old boy drowned in a community pool in Mission Valley over the weekend, prompting the discussion of safety during pool parties. Jennifer Cotton knows when she's hosting a party, there are too many distractions to safely watch all the kids in the pool.

La Jolla man honored for fighting off shooter

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - He survived a gunshot to the stomach and today the District Attorney's Office honored Ron Fletcher with a Citizens of Courage Award. The La Jolla man became well known in 2013 for fighting back against an attacker who entered his home and turned out to be his estranged brother-in-law.
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