Del Mar Consensus for August 31


Here is the latest Local News from the San Diego Union Tribune.

Del Mar Consensus for August 31
union-tribune handicapper selections

Prep scoreboard: Aug. 30 results
San Diego Section scores and stats

Street racing, crashes reported on Interstate 15
Street racing was suspected of causing at least three crashes on north Interstate 15 from Carmel Mountain to Escondido Tuesday night, a California Highway Patrol officer said.

Police use stun gun to subdue man on freeway overpass
Police officers used a stun gun to subdue a man who was hanging off a state Route 163 overpass in Hillcrest Tuesday night, police said

Prep Athletes of the Week
The San Diego Union-Tribune’s top high school performers

Prep water polo rankings
San Diego Section Top 10

Prep water polo season story lines
Things to watch for in the San Diego Section

Prep water polo players to watch
San Diego Section’s top performers

Beth Burns takes stand in trial vs. SDSU
Beth Burns takes the witness stand in her wrongful termination lawsuit three years after San Diego State fired her as women’s basketball coach.

Each player has role in Dons dynasty
Cathedral Catholic seeking fifth straight San Diego Section championship

Cathedral lefties making mark in minors
Brady Aiken, Daniel Camarena, Stephen Gonsalves traveling road they hope leads to majors

Defense asks why some players not called in Azano case
Mexican businessman is accused of illegally funneling money into San Diego mayoral campaigns.

Toreros DB has attitude, can back it up
Jamal Agnew says his accomplishments have been ‘snubbed’

Zevia adds energy, sparkling drinks
Zevia, known for its zero-calorie sodas, has added Zero-Calorie Energy drinks and sparkling waters to its product line.

DUI driver gets 11 years in death of beloved activist
A hit-and-run motorist fueled by beer and marijuana was sentenced Tuesday to 11 years in prison for running down a beloved Mission Beach community activist and retired educator.

City panel discusses polystyrene ban
Del Mar’s Sustainability Advisory Board suggests banning Styrofoam food containers.

Poll: Most San Diegans disagree with Kaepernick’s protest
Tensions rise as the 49ers face the Chargers soon

Bosa sharp in practice, not game ready yet
The Chargers defensive end is getting back up to speed.

The Mavericks live up to their name, musically
The stylistically diverse band from Miami will release a live album in October and a new studio album in April

Chamber backs sales tax hike for transportation work
The endorsement is the biggest yet for SANDAG’s Measure A

Letters: Chargers a better fit for San Diego than Comic-Con
Union-Tribune letters to the editor for Aug. 31, 2016.

County settles jail meth death for $2.3 million
The county has agreed to pay $2.3 million to the family of a man who died in San Diego’s central jail in 2012 from a drug overdose, the second time in less than two years that taxpayers have funded a multimillion-dollar settlement over an inmate’s death.

UCSD ranked top for serving public interest
Washington Monthly has ranked UC San Diego the top school in the national for serving the public interest

Chargers to ‘salute military’ vs. 49ers, Kaepernick
Colin Kaepernick is expected to sit while hundreds of military members stand.

‘Snapstagram’ good for celebs but teens want original
Instagram is now more aggressively promoting Stories, its nascent Snapchat-inspired function, by recommending stories for users to watch in the app’s Explore tab. The is another jab at its rival, but the social network’s stories are still not a Snapchat killer.

Oldie but goodie: oatmeal cookies from scratch
Load them with fruit and nuts for chewy, whole-grain, healthy snacking. Or try Anzac Biscuits or Oatmeal Jam Bars.

Teen rushed to hospital with possible gunshot wound
A 13-year-old boy was rushed to a hospital after possibly suffering a gunshot in San Carlos, San Diego police said.

Artificial turf fields taking shape in Encinitas
A $1 million project to install artificial turf on playing fields at Leo Mullen Sports should be done by Sept. 6.

Rocky Long says Aztecs can’t underestimate New Hampshire
Rocky Long says Aztecs can’t underestimate New Hampshire

Bethancourt exits early in Turner Field return
Padres catcher Christian Bethancourt exited Tuesday’s game against the Braves with a left intercostal strain.

Memorial garden benches to be dedicated
A plaque and two new benches will be dedicated Sept. 12 in a ceremony hosted by the docents of Santa Margarita y las Flores at the Camp Pendleton Veterans Memorial Garden across from the Pacific View Events Center.

392 homes planned for Escondido Country Club
The company chosen by Escondido Country Club owner Michael Schlesinger to develop a future development plan says it hopes to build 392 homes on the abandoned fairways, surrounded by a green belt but consisting of no golfing element.

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