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Stories for January 16, 2012

Environmentalists Urging State To Push Cow Power

Jan. 16
Steve Milne, California Capitol Network

Renewable energy advocates are urging California utility regulators to help “cow power” achieve the same prominence as wind and solar energy.

Bipartisan Support to Revamp Water Bond?

Jan. 16
Ben Adler, California Capitol Network

They don’t agree on the state budget or taxes. But there appears to be one area where Democrats and Republicans in the California legislature might try to work together this year: water.

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Trial Starts In Head Injury Lawsuit

Jan. 16
By Kyla Calvert

The San Marcos school district is being sued by a former football player who suffered permanent disability from a head injury.

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The Quality Of A Legal Defense: Does It Matter If You're Rich Or Poor?

Jan. 16
Midday Edition

An overwhelmed court system and inexperience attorneys with heavy caseloads can impact the outcome of a case for indigent people accused of crimes.

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Southeast SD Group Asked Men To March For Family, Community

Jan. 16
Midday Edition

A dream to bring positive change in their community led three Southeast San Diego businessmen to start a group they call 100 Strong. They listened when the community asked for help to strengthen families. We'll hear how the "All Men March" is a step in that direction.

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Bad Weather Suspends Cruise Ship Rescue Effort

Jan. 16
Sylvia Poggioli, NPR

Bad weather forced divers to suspend rescue operations Monday for missing passengers and crew members from a luxury liner that crashed into a rocky reef off the Italian coast of Tuscany.

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Ending Nightmares Caused By PTSD

Jan. 16
Amy Standen, KQED

Everyone has nightmares sometimes. But for people with PTSD, it's different.

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US And Japan Conduct Joint Military Training At Camp Pendleton

Jan. 16
City News Service

A joint training exercise between Marines from the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit and troops from the Japanese Ground Defense Force is scheduled to begin today at Camp Pendleton.

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Rants and Raves: An MLK Screening List

Jan. 16
By Beth Accomando

Here's a list of films worth watching or revisiting on this Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday.

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SDG&E Wants Ratepayers To Pay For Costs Of Wildfires, Retroactive To '07

Jan. 16
By Amita Sharma

Ratepayer advocates are accusing the power company of pulling an end-run.

Local Academic Goes From Studying Policy To Shaping It

Jan. 16
By Kyla Calvert

SDSU Professor Karen Cadiero-Kaplan takes helm of the English Learner Support Division at the California Department of Education.

Strong Winds To Blow Through SD Mountains, Deserts

Jan. 16
City News Service

Strong gusty winds are expected to blow across San Diego County mountains and deserts today, likely creating difficult driving conditions along eastern Interstate 8, according to the National Weather Service.