Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in San Diego.
Bones found by San Diego hikers may be those of Japanese American from internment camp
The Inyo County sheriff's office told The Associated Press it is investigating the possibility that a set of bleached bones discovered earlier this month in the rugged Sierra Nevada is Giichi Matsumura's.
Read the full story on 10News – ABC San Diego KGTV.
Water bacteria advisory at dog beach in Ocean Beach
No warning signs could be found indicating there was a beach advisory, and dog owners and surfers said had they known, they would not have come out to the beach.
Read the full story on CBS 8 - San Diego News.
Macy's continues lawsuit against Horton Plaza redevelopment
The new owners, Stockdale Capital Partners, bought Horton Plaza just over a year ago and have now been sued by one of its last remaining tenants, Macy's Department Store.
Read the full story on KPBS.
Crews subdue 140-acre Camp Pendleton brush fire
Crews worked Wednesday to douse hot spots at the scene of a brush fire that blackened about 140 open acres in the eastern reaches of Camp Pendleton amid a dry and windy autumn heat wave.
Read the full story on Times of San Diego.
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