It was another busy week in La Jolla. In case you missed the coverage, we've outlines the top stories of the week below.
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Top articles from April 14-20:
UCSD Professor Says Boston Marathon Bombing Was 'Lone Wolf' Terrorism
Eli Berman, the research director for International Security Studies at UCSD and a professor in the Department of Economics, said the three hallmarks of organized terrorism were absent from Monday's bombings in Boston.
Body Found at Black's Beach in La Jolla
The body was located north of the Torrey Pines Gliderport.
Navy Names Research Ship After Sally Ride (Video)
Scripps Institution of Oceanography will operate the vessel to be homeported in Point Loma.
Six La Jolla runners are listed as having finished the race.
White Light Pilates Reforms into New Studio
White Light Pilates in Bird Rock has a new look, new classes and a new owner.
County Fights West Nile; Dead Crow Found in La Jolla Last Year
A dead crow found in La Jolla last October was the only infected bird found in the county last year.
La Jollans May Hear Camp Pendleton's Bomb Runs this Week
Depending on atmospheric conditions, the sound of explosions may be amplified and heard up to 50 miles away.
Rope Barrier at Children's Pool to Stay Up Year-Round
The Children's Pool in La Jolla is home to many seals and a popular tourist spot.
Employee Accused of Assaulting Boss Facing Attempted Murder Charge
Graham Downes, whose firm worked for Hotel La Jolla, was severely injured during the assault, police say.