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San Diego School Incorporates CrossFit Kids Into Curriculum

March 2
Midday Edition
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A San Diego school is making sure students take health and physical activity seriously.

California Court Rules Against Sex Offender Law Restrictions

March 2
By Associated Press
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California's Supreme Court ruled the state cannot prohibit all registered sex offenders in San Diego County from living within 2,000 feet of a school or park.

Toronto Police Say Riddle Of Mysterious Tunnel Solved

March 2
Jackie Northam / NPR
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Police say two men claimed they dug the tunnel for "personal reasons." The case has since been closed.

Women’s History Month Local Hero Starla Lewis is a Champion for Love

Women's History Month 2015 Honoree

March 2
By Monica Medina
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Children love pretend games and Starla Lewis was no different. She remembers when she was a child living with her grandmother in Springfield, Missouri, playing a game with her cousins that they called “Pretend White.”

Wages And Prices: A Welcome Breakup

March 2
Marilyn Geewax / NPR
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A Commerce Department report shows paychecks are fatter, prices are leaner and Americans are saving more. Meanwhile, prices fell by 0.5 percent. That's helping consumers on the rebound from recession.

International Rescue Committee San Diego Director Retires After 40 Years

March 2
Midday Edition
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Bob Montgomery has been with the International Rescue Committee during the resettlement of Iraqis, Somalis, Eritreans and refugees from more than 20 other countries.

Clinton's Portrait Has Hint Of Lewinsky's Blue Dress, Artist Says

March 2
Krishnadev Calamur / NPR
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Nelson Shanks tells the Philadelphia Daily News a shadow on the left side of the painting represents not only the infamous dress, but also "a shadow on the office he held, or on" President Clinton.

Fiji Launches Competition For New National Flag

March 2
Krishnadev Calamur / NPR
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The South Pacific nation wants to replace its flag that has a Union Jack and a shield that bears the country's coat of arms. The current flag was adopted in 1970 following independence from Britain.

Sen. Barbara Mikulski, Congress' Longest-Serving Woman, To Retire

March 2
Jasmine Garsd / NPR
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The Maryland Democrat has served in the Senate since 1987, and was the first woman to chair the powerful Senate Appropriations Committee.

Nasdaq Index Hits 5,000 For First Time Since 2000

March 2
Bill Chappell / NPR

The NASDAQ composite index returned to territory it hasn't seen since the heyday of the dot-com boom, crossing the 5,000 mark in early trading Monday.

Video Shows L.A. Police Shot And Killed Man On Sidewalk

March 2
Bill Chappell / NPR
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The LAPD says a Taser did not subdue the man, who was struggling with officers on the ground when he was shot to death. Police say the man tried to grab an officer's gun.

U.S.-Israel Partnership 'Transcends Politics,' Ambassador Power Says

March 2
Krishnadev Calamur / NPR

Her remarks at the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee come a crucial time for U.S.-Israeli relationship.

Lanes Of I-8 East Reopened Following Shooting Investigation

March 2
By City News Service
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Three lanes of the eastbound I-8 freeway between Severin Drive and Johnson Avenue were closed to allow an investigation of an early morning shooting. The lanes were reopened by 7 a.m.

Rain, Snow To Continue In San Diego County

March 2
By City News Service
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A cold low pressure system brought rain and snow to an already wet San Diego County early Monday.

Exemptions From Vaccines Up Slightly In California Since 1980s

March 2
By Joanne Faryon / inewsource, Joe Yerardi / inewsource
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The reasons parents in California are choosing not to immunize their kids today is partly due to what they find on the Internet, including a study that incorrectly linked vaccines to autism.

Bike Helmet Bill Could Dampen San Diego Bike Sharing Enthusiasm

March 2
By Claire Trageser
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After a year of delays, bike sharing finally got rolling in San Diego, but a new California bill requiring bike helmets could put a damper on the activity.

It's Apparently Not Too Soon For 2016 Election Season In San Diego

March 2
By Claire Trageser
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It’s only been four months since the November 2014 election and the GOP is already targeting Democratic Rep. Scott Peters for defeat next year.

Things To Know Before San Diego Chargers Stadium Task Force Meeting

March 2
By Tarryn Mento
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San Diegans will get their chance at a public meeting Monday night to weigh in on the Bolts' effort to get a new facility to replace Qualcomm Stadium.

Health Data Breaches Continue, But Fines Are Rare

March 2
By Kenny Goldberg
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A new review found health care companies have reported more than 1,140 large data breaches since 2009. But the federal government has only issued 22 fines.

Netanyahu In Washington For Controversial Speech To Congress

March 2
Bill Chappell / NPR
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"The move has created bad blood between Netanyahu and Obama, and relations between the two countries have suffered," NPR's Jackie Northam reports.

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