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Scientists invent contact lenses that bestow telescopic vision

Researchers in Switzerland and San Diego said this week that they have developed contact lenses that can bestow telescopic vision upon the wearer. The contacts work in conjunction with a set of special glasses that wouldn’t seem that unusual by themselves. Inside the lens, a tiny ring reflects light back…

Navy dolphins discover 130-year-old torpedo off San Diego coast

U.S. Navy officials revealed on Monday that mine-hunting dolphins helped them discover a relic from the service’s past — a 130-year-old torpedo, found off the coast of San Diego, California. U-T San Diego reported that the dolphins discovered the weapon, known as a Howell torpedo, during a Navy Marine Mammal…

South Carolina woman caught trying to steal research ship in California

Police in San Diego, California caught a missing South Carolina woman on Tuesday after she tried to steal a 120-foot research ship while its occupants were still on board. According to KNSD-TV, security at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography called authorities after spotting the woman untying the boat’s dock lines…

Heart transplant patient marries at San Diego hospital

Manuel Francisco, 46, didn’t want to wait a day longer than necessary to tie the knot with fiancee Diane Sobreo, despite the fact that he’s largely confined to a hospital bed. On Sunday the two officially married at San Diego’s Sharp Memorial Hospital, just weeks after Francisco underwent heart transplant…

Lawyer objects to accidental imprisonment while visiting client

A San Diego lawyer is filing a complaint after being stuck inside a waiting room at a local jail for hours during a visit to a client on Tuesday. Attorney Erubey López told KNSD-TV on Friday that he found himself trapped in the room at the San Diego County Jail…

Tea party leader suspected of sexual assault

Police in San Diego arrested a well known tea party figure in the area Thursday for allegedly assaulting a woman, according to NBC San Diego. San Diego tea party spokesperson Michael Kobulincky was placed into custody and accused of abduction and sexual assault on a 56-year-old woman in February. Authorities…

Body of alleged killer of ex-Afghan central banker found in San Diego

(Reuters) – Remains of a San Diego man suspected of killing a former head of the Afghanistan central bank who fled to the United States as a political fugitive have been found, police said on Thursday. Bones identified as belonging to Ismael Raul Lopez, 28, were discovered by recreational divers…

Hartline: ‘Lesbians Terrorize San Diego Community During 2008 Political March’

I haven’t covered James Hartline, the fundamentalist, recloseted gay man who hails from the “homosexual stronghold” of Hillcrest in San Diego, CA, in a while. He is a failed City Council candidate, but he is best known for his mind-boggling anti-gay screeds on gay rodeos, San Diego Pride (multiple times),…

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