Suspected DUI driver plows into school district annex

West Manchester Township Police Officer Adam Bruckhart, left, and York Area Regional Police Officer Mike Georgiou observe a driver suspected of being under the influence of alcohol as he performs a field sobriety test at a DUI checkpoint on the business loop of Interstate 83 Friday, April 23, 2010. The driver was later arrested on suspicion of DUI. DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS - KATE PENN

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Suspected DUI driver plows into school district annex
A man suspected of drunken driving was seriously injured when his car smashed into a San Diego Unified School District building in University Heights Tuesday night, police said.

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U.S. moves up to No. 1 in global oil reserves
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Padres fall to D-backs, remain in last place
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Two men arrested in armed robbery at Carlsbad apartment
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2016 All-Star Game: Cubs, Red Sox dominate starting rosters
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Verdict still out on climate change’s impact on military
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Business-owning help for veterans
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Study: San Diego millennials less likely to live alone
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Alvila the gorilla was a big hit
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SD Fringe fest nearly doubles ticket sales
Fourth-annual San Diego theater/dance festival dramatically increased sales, scale

Tijuana native son returns to lead Baja California Orchestra
After six months without a musical leader, the Baja California Orchestra announced Tuesday the naming of a new conductor: Armando Pesqueira, a Tijuana native with broad experience as a guest conductor in Europe, China, Mexico and the United States.

Homeless community on edge as police hunt for killer
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Intent is key in classified information cases
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Three men arrested in fatal shooting at Palm City motel
Three men have been arrested in the killing of a 27-year-old man who was shot at a Palm City motel in April.

La Mesa wants more German in Oktoberfest
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Kevin Durant, future Padres sluggers — and Olympic mayhem
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Ceviche fills the bill on a hot day
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Off-roaders right to distrust park officials
Community dialog south

Oil and vinegar tasting stations are new at Barons
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Teachers, South Bay Union have tentative deal
With the help of a state mediator, the South Bay Union School District and its teachers union have reached a tentative agreement on a three-year contract.

Talking Baseball at the San Diego Central Library
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Enchilada casserole gets makeover
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County fair sets attendance record
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Anti-vaccine lawsuit challenges school requirements
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Padres’ Wil Myers makes first All-Star team
Padres first baseman Wil Myers on Tuesday was selected to make his first All-Star Game appearance.

Man apparently falls from Sunset Cliffs, dies
A man officials believe fell from Sunset Cliffs Tuesday afternoon died soon after.

SDPD sergeant accused of punching girlfriend
A San Diego police sergeant is accused of punching his girlfriend while in downtown San Diego Monday night, authorities said Wednesday.

NASA’s Juno mission, by its out-of-this-world numbers
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Crucial July recruiting period opens for SDSU hoops
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‘Office’ star Jenna Fischer joins Globe play
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Five local artists receive Creative Catalyst grants
David Reynoso and four other artists — Steve Gunderson, Janet Tiger, Michelle Montjoy and Tim West — were chosen out of more than 80 applicants. Each receives $20,000 to create a work of art that is risk-taking, innovative and engages the public in unusual ways. During the process, they are mentored by a nonprofit organization that receives a portion of the grant, and they’re expected to collaborate with other artists.

Chris Lane starting to draw a crowd
For Chris Lane — the man and the voice behind the country hit “Fix” — it was the perfect Christmas present: On the way to the grocery store to pick up some ingredients for the Christmas dinner his mom was cooking, his new single “Fix” began playing on the radio.

Ex-postal worker to plead guilty in credit card thefts
A former U.S. Postal Service worker who allegedly stole and sold thousands of credit cards has agreed to plead guilty to ID theft and conspiracy to commit bank fraud.

Allen gets better with age, experience
San Diego golfer Beth Allen has found her golf game and a happy life in Europe.

Jamie Foxx heads MLB All-Star Legends & Celebrity team
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UCSD alumna heading for International Space Station
Kate Rubins will spend six months on orbital outpost

North County Lifeline named Nonprofit of the Year
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Kiwanis celebrates member’s 103rd birthday
Kiwanians from Kiwanis Club of Sunrise Vista celebrated the birthday of their oldest member, Ethel Arrowsmith, who recently turned 103. She joined the club when she was 100 and attends meetings each week.

Minors: Hunter Renfroe hits 20th homer
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The top 20 highest paid local CEOs
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Focus: San Diego’s top paid CEOs
Some local execs had big paydays as they left or changed roles in their companies.

San Diego’s Balboa Park overhaul long overdue
Soon, Balboa Park may add another significant chapter to its magnificent history.

All 17 (SEVENTEEN!) California ballot measures, explained
Seventeen California measures qualified for the 2016 ballot so far. Here’s a breakdown.

Who funds California’s public pension systems?
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‘Old soul’ Sanford playing in first Women’s Open
Karah Sanford beings maturity beyond her years in competing in U.S. Women’s Open.

80th All-Star Game: AL’s Adam Jones drives in winning run
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Banks leaping at a chance to help kids
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Scooter collides with bus near Mission Bay
One person was injured when scooter collides with MTS bus on Monday near Mission Bay.

Padres, Perdomo prevail over D-backs
The Padres and rookie starter Luis Perdomo beat the D-backs in an 8-4 victory Monday.

Mission Bay High’s Jock makes Olympic team
Mission Bay High alum Charles Jock makes the U.S. Olympic track team in the 800 meters.

Mother, son killed in Escondido crash identified
Enedina Dominguez, 39, and her son, Alex Manzano, 8, died Thursday in Escondido crash.

Horton Plaza is too good to allow it to fade away
Union-Tribune letters to the editor for July 5, 2016.

Hedges repeats as PCL Player of the Week
Austin Hedges, the Padres’ catcher of the future, is the Pacific Coast League’s first back-to-back Player of the Week since 2009.

Two arrested after slow-speed chase in Escondido
Two men were arrested in Escondido following a slow-speed pursuit with law enforcement Monday afternoon.

Fire briefly threatens homes in Vista
Brush fire breaks out in Vista on Monday afternoon

Suspected DUI driver kills pedestrian in Oceanside
A 46-year-old man suspected of drunk driving was arrested after he fatally struck a pedestrian in Oceanside Sunday night, police said.

Suspect sought in Oceanside home invasion
Man threatened at gunpoint after interrupting a burglary at his Oceanside home Monday.

Hurricane to send surf to San Diego beaches
Blas grows to hurricane status south-southwest of southern Baja California

Police suspect one man in two homicides, attack
Police seek suspect in two homicides

Getting to Coronado July 4th parade takes effort, skill
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79th All-Star Game: AL plays late into the night for win
79th All-Star Game: AL plays late into the night for win

Homicide detectives investigating OB death
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Minors: Hedges logs walk-off homer
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On deck: Padres return to Chase Field
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New citizen wants her voice to be heard
Alison McManus is a health professional looking forward to voting in November.

Feeling of belonging led to U.S. citizenship
Rubi Jimenez, a native of Tijuana, studied hard for her naturalization test.

Mexican native looks to own big company
Omar Miranda sees freedom and respect as his American Dream.

A Fourth of July dramatically unlike the first Fourth
The unity we felt in 1776 is not so evident today.

Chinese native seeks better future
Feiya Ma has earned an urban planning degrees and eyes big projects ahead.

What America’s founders did 240 Fourths of July ago
We should accept that deep affection for America can take different forms.

Mother, daughter jointly become new citizens
Jazmin Acosta and Jazmin Leon looking forward to helping others.

Afghan native says U.S. is his family
Ajmal Jalili worked as a translator for the U.S. Army.

Citizenship after nearly 40 years in U.S.
Teresa Cruz said language barrier was the biggest obstacle for her life in this country.

Jamaican now part of ‘greatest nation’
Michael Innis-Thompson eager to fulfill civic duties as a new U.S. citizen.

Canada native no stranger to American ways
Hugh Burkhart looks forward to raising his son in San Diego.

Looking ahead to a better future
Jobs, educaiton for herself and her children are top priorities for Asmaa Abdulameer.

From military service to next opportunities
Ren Ray Baduria is a Marine stationed at Camp Pendleton

Businessman pursues success, community service
Juan C. Barragan, a Colombia native, has deep experience in political activism.

Immigrant following the call of God
Caroline Makhoul said she’s motivated to be an effective U.S. citizen.

French business CEO proud to be binational
Tristan Grimbert expresses desire to be part of the American fabric.

Officially beginning their American dreams
Hundreds of thousands of immigrants are naturalized in the United States each year.

The future’s so bright, he made his own shades
San Diego-based Knockaround sells affordable and stylish sunglasses worn by movie stars like Natalie Portman and Matthew McConaughey.

Chargers training camp preview: WRs
Keean Allen heads Bolts group that includes speedy Travis Benjamin and vet Stevie Johnson.

SD Symphony festive for the Fourth
lag-waving, nationalistic songs, booze and pyrotechnics made for a patriotic cornucopia at the Embarcadero on Friday evening during the San Diego Symphony’s program, “Star Spangled Pops.” This was the first Summer Pops — excuse me, Bayside Summer Nights — show of the season, and if you haven’t been to one in a while, pleasant surprises await.

Police investigating shooting in Bay Terraces
San Diego police were investigating a shooting in Bay Terraces Sunday night that left a man with a gunshot wound to his leg.

Deputies investigating burglaries in San Marcos
Deputies report at least three burglaries along Grand Avenue between midnight and 6 a.m. Sunday

78th All-Star Game: Jake Peavy gets start for the NL
78th All-Star Game: Peavy gets the start for the NL

2016 All-Star Game: Who Should Start/Who Will Start
2016 All-Star Game: Who Should Start

Body found on fire under Bay Park freeway bridge
A body was discovered after firefighters doused a small fire under a freeway bridge in Bay Park, and San Diego homicide detectives were sent to investigate.

From Sioux Falls to Cal State San Marcos
New baseball coach to help lead team’s transition from NAIA to NCAA Division II

Q&A: Padres left-hander Christian Friedrich
On big drives down the fairway, an idea for gaming and charities and a strange but lucky path to San Diego

Man shoots limo driver with shotgun
A limosine driver who was dropping off passengers in Mountain View was wounded when a man fired a shotgun at him early Sunday morning.

Young farmers learn to let go
Lots of little piggies went to market at the San Diego County Fair on Saturday, along with plenty of goats, lambs and cows.

Flaming scaffolding chars Mission Valley hotel
Flaming scaffolding scorched the outside of a Mission Valley hotel and prompted some evacuations Sunday, but the fire didn’t cause any significant damage.

Minors: Edwin Jackson homers in start
Recapping the previous day of action for the Padres’ minor league affiliates.

Pregame: Alexi Amarista optioned to El Paso
Early notes, tidbits and a look at today’s lineups and pitching matchup.

A sportsman on and off the field
Kraig Chiles has been a standout in professional soccer for some time, but he was recently selected as a standout for another reason — as the Man of the Year for Sports for Exceptional Athletes, a local nonprofit.

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