Elena Roy. Photo: Sheriff’s Department SDCN Editor Fallbrook, CA–Authorities continue their search for an 83-year-old Fallbrook woman who walked away from her home on November 3, the Sheriff’s office reports. Elena Roy was last seen around 1:30 p.m. at her home in the 900 block of Woodcreek Drive in Fallbrook. Her family reported her missing that evening when she … [Read more...] about Search continues for missing elderly Fallbrook woman
Raw chicken baits attract vulture bees in Costa Rica. Quinn McFrederick/UCR By Newswise A little-known species of tropical bee has evolved an extra tooth for biting flesh and a gut that more closely resembles that of vultures rather than other bees. Typically, bees don’t eat meat. However, a species of stingless bee in the tropics has evolved the ability to do so, … [Read more...] about When bees get a taste for dead things
Jungle Bells at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. Photo: San Diego Zoo San Diego, CA–‘Tis the season for holiday fun, and Jungle Bells at the San Diego Zoo proudly supported by California Coast Credit Union and Wild Holidays at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park offer memory-making holiday experiences for the entire family. Both events will treat guests to views of amazing … [Read more...] about Light show Aurora returns to Jungle Bells at the San Diego Zoo
JoshYaro San Diego, CA–San Diego Loyal Defender Josh Yaro was named to the 2021 USL Championship All-League Second Team. The 27-year-old native of Kumasi, Ghana established himself as a staple of the SD Loyal defense. “Josh was integral to all of our successes here,” SD Loyal manager Landon Donovan said. We saw him grow as a player, as a teammate and as a leader. … [Read more...] about San Diego Loyal Josh Yaro earns All-League honors
Tg6F prevents WD-mediated inhibition of genes that regulate the levels of antimicrobial peptides/proteins and the production of goblet and Paneth cells in the small intestine. Image: Srinivasa T.Reddy By Newswise Mice fed a diet high in fat, cholesterol and calories, akin to the Western diet, had higher measures of blood lipids associated with elevated levels of … [Read more...] about Is the relationship between diet, intestinal bacteria and cells key to preventing systemic inflammation?
San Diego Flyer electric bus will service passengers between Old Town Transit Station to San Diego International Airport. Courtesy photo San Diego, CA–The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority is celebrating the launch of the “San Diego Flyer,” a free to customers electric shuttle bus service between San Diego International Airport and Old Town Transit Center. The … [Read more...] about San Diego Flyer begins electric bus service between Old Town, San Diego Airport
Photo provided courtesy of LOSSAN Rail Corridor Agency. Orange, CA–The Los Angeles – San Diego – San Luis Obispo (LOSSAN) Rail Corridor Agency, which oversees the Amtrak Pacific Surfliner service, was honored with two AdWheel Grand Awards by the American Public Transportation Association. The AdWheel Awards recognize the “best of the best” in marketing and … [Read more...] about LOSSAN Rail Corridor Agency receives top honors from the American Public Transportation Association
Los Angeles, CA–Grammy-winning and Diamond-certified rock legends Aerosmith will release on Friday “Aerosmith – 1971: The Road Starts Hear” (UMe), a rare and previously unheard rehearsal from 1971 as part of Record Store Day 2021. Recently discovered in the Aerosmith vaults, the original tape had not been touched in decades. This historic recording features seven … [Read more...] about Aerosmith drops previously unreleased recording from 1971
Civil rights attorneys and law enforcement officials fear the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse could open the door for increased vigilantism. (Photo courtesy of the Kenosha County Circuit Court) By Danny R. Johnson – National Political News Editor The United States is a nation awash in firearms, and gun owners are a powerful and politically active constituency. In state … [Read more...] about The Rittenhouse Acquittal Opens the Door for Possible Mass Vigilantism
(File photo) A protester holds up a Black Lives Matter sign at a rally in Oceanside, CA. Photo: Gina Yarbrough/San Diego County News By Newswise Washington, D.C.–Recent protests in the U.S. over police brutality have attracted much global attention, but many scholars have found that protest alone is not sufficient to bring about policy change. Others have found that … [Read more...] about Do protests matter?