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    1. © AP Photo/Gregory Bull, file FILE -- In this July 9, 2014 file photo a woman works among drought-tolerant plants in her front yard in San Diego. Water use in San Diego plunged 24 percent in June well past it's target of 16 percent.

    2. MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico's central bank said Thursday it will increase dollar auctions from $52 million to $200 million per day through the end of September to stabilize the badly weakened peso.

    3. A water conservation group argued in court this week that the San Diego County Water Authority needs to do more to account for the potential environmental effects of its upcoming projects, particularly the water desalination plant scheduled to open in Carlsbad.

    4. SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California residents heeded the call to turn off sprinklers in the first month of mandated water conservation, leading to a 27 percent plunge in June.

    5. Fiat Chrysler recalls Dodge Chargers because air bags can inflate if doors slammed too hard.

    6. TORONTO — American gymnast Sam Mikulak won his second gold medal in the Pan Am Games on Monday, and he's almost certain to be in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics a year from now contending for a medal. Not bad for starters. But he says his real passion, the secret behind his growing fame, lies with a herbal tea called "mate" (pronounced MA-tay), which is ever-present in Argentina, Uruguay and ...

    7. Alice Tornquist, a Washington lobbyist for the high-tech firm Qualcomm, took the stage at a recent Qualcomm-underwritten conference to remind her audience that companies like hers face a dire shortage of university graduates in engineering. The urgent remedy she advocated was to raise the cap on...

    8. San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer gave an upbeat assessment Tuesday after a three-hour meeting with an NFL executive about the civic effort to build a new stadium to keep the Chargers from leaving for Carson.

    9. Winning a Pan Am gold medal would be great, but for some athletes that keepsake provides something more important - direct qualification to next year's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

    10. A U.S. order requiring car maker to purchase back pickups and SUVs does not apply to Canada, highlighting a weakness in consumer laws here, groups say.

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