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Stories for November 10, 2011

Inspector Morse: Dead On Time, Parts One & Two (Season Six)

Nov. 10
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Morse investigates the apparent suicide of Henry Fallon who, suffering from a fatal disease, appears to have shot himself. But a simple suicide turns into a murder investigation with only one man seemly capable of committing the crime. Featuring Joanna David ("Pride And Prejudice"), Samantha Bond ("Die Another Day," "The World Is Not Enough"), and Adrian Dunbar ("The Crying Game," "Suspicion").

State Revenues Down in October

Nov. 10
Jenny O'Mara, California Capitol Network

California Controller John Chiang says state revenues are still lagging. He reports last month’s cash came in more than eight hundred million dollars below budget projections.

NOVA: The Elegant Universe: The String's The Thing

Nov. 10
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Brian Greene describes the serendipitous steps that led from a forgotten 200-year-old mathematical formula to the first glimmerings of strings — quivering strands of energy whose different vibrations give rise to quarks, electrons, photons and all other elementary particles. Strings are truly tiny — smaller than an atom by the same factor that a tree is smaller than the entire universe. But, as Greene explains, it is possible — for the first time — to combine the laws of the large and the laws of the small into a proposal for a single, harmonious Theory of Everything.

Encinitas Residents Accuse City Council Of Cronyism

Nov. 10
By Alison St John
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A rally at Encinitas City Hall last night drew more than 100 residents, unhappy with the new appointment of Fire Chief Mark Muir to the City Council.

NOVA: The Fabric Of The Cosmos: Quantum Leap

Nov. 10
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Join Brian Greene on a wild ride into the weird realm of quantum physics, which governs the universe on the tiniest of scales. Greene brings quantum mechanics to life in a nightclub like no other, where objects pop in and out of existence and things over here can affect others over there, instantaneously — without anything crossing the space between them.

Mayor Sanders And NFL Huddle To Keep Chargers In San Diego

Nov. 10
Midday Edition
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We speak with Mayor Jerry Sanders about city building projects, bumpy roads, the Chargers' future and more.

Weekend Preview: Sinatra, Sezio, And An Indie Craft Fair

Nov. 10
Midday Edition
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With fall in full swing, beat the weekend chill with a Sinatra-inspired musical, Sezio's Four Day Weekend, an Indie Craft Fair, and much more.

Elusive Justice: : The Search For Nazi War Criminals

Nov. 10
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Candice Bergen narrates this new documentary that explores the 65-year effort to identify, prosecute and punish the 20th century’s most notorious murderers. In the face of apathy, obstruction and violence, the men and women who pursued Nazi fugitives brought a measure of dignity to the victims of the Holocaust while reminding the international community that enemies of humanity must be prosecuted and punished — if humanity is to survive.

NATURE: My Life As A Turkey

Nov. 10
By Jennifer Robinson
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Based on the true story of writer and naturalist Joe Hutto, portrayed by wildlife photographer Jeff Palmer, this film chronicles Hutto’s remarkable experience of imprinting wild turkey eggs and raising the hatchlings to adulthood. Deep in the wilds of Florida, Hutto spent each day out and about as a “wild turkey” with his family of chicks — until the day came when he had to let his children grow up and go off on their own. As it turned out, this was harder than he ever imagined. Hutto’s story also became a book, "Illumination in the Flatlands."

MTS Security Strike During Charger-Raider Game

Nov. 10
Evening Edition

Despite the walk out, MTS had enough guards at its stations and aboard trolleys today to avoid delays.

Penn State Fires Paterno, Spanier; Students React

Nov. 10
GENARO C. ARMAS, Associated Press
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For the first time in almost a half-century, someone other than Joe Paterno is calling the shots at Penn State.

Reverse Bootcamp Helps 'Reboot' Veterans To Civilian World

Nov. 10
By Alison St John
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This week the White House honored the San Diego program Reboot as a model to help veterans and their families reintegrate back into the civilian world.

New Stage Comedy An Equal Opportunity Offender

Nov. 10
By Angela Carone
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A new comedy at Diversionary Theatre is likely to offend everyone in the audience, though they’ll probably laugh along the way. Arts reporter Angela Carone finds out why “Learn to Be Latina” is so outrageous.