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California Water Use Fell 13.5 Percent In April Amid Drought

June 2
By Associated Press
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Southern California cities including Los Angeles and San Diego continued to lag in conservation, cutting just 9 percent.

Pay to Play: San Diego Filmmaker Aims To Fix Music Industry

June 2
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The documentary "Music Matters" looks at the history of payola laws in the United States, and posits that the legislation helped doom the industry it was purportedly written to protect.

CA Assembly To Consider Bill To Regulate Medical Marijuana

June 2
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Assembly BIll 266, authored by Assemblyman Rob Bonta, could come up for a vote on the Assembly floor as soon as Wednesday.

Beating Expectations: San Diego Homeless Program Saves Lives, Money

June 2
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Community leaders take a look at what is next for Project 25, a program helping the chronically homeless in San Diego County and saving millions of dollars in public resources.

FIFA President Sepp Blatter Resigns Amid Bribery Scandal

June 2
Eyder Peralta / NPR
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Just days after he won an election to a fifth term, Blatter said the interests of FIFA are "very dear to me and this is why I have taken this decision."

Boston Marathon Bomber's Friend Sentenced To 6 Years In Prison

June 2
Eyder Peralta / NPR
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Dias Kadyrbayev went to college with Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. He pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice for getting rid of a computer and fireworks in Tsarnaev's room.

Agents Seize Yacht With 1,200 Pounds Of Marijuana

June 2
By City News Service
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The 35-foot yacht was seized near Mission Bay. It was returning from Mexico. The pot was worth an estimated $715,800.

Suicide No. 1 Cause Of Death For Older Teen Girls

June 2
Susan Brink / NPR
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The shocking statistic made headlines last month. Can the data be trusted? And if so, what's going on?

Harlem Hellfighter And Jewish Soldier Get Long-Overdue Medals Of Honor

June 2
Bill Chappell / NPR
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Historians say Sgt. William Shemin and Pvt. Henry Johnson haven' been properly recognized for their bravery under fire.

Reports: Sepp Blatter's Top Lieutenant Involved In $10 Million Payment

June 2
Eyder Peralta / NPR
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The payment was allegedly part of a bribe to help South Africa secure the right to host the World Cup. The revelation brings the bribery scandal closer to FIFA's longtime president.

How The YMCA Helped Shape America

June 2
Linton Weeks / NPR
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Many of today's fitness trends can be traced back to the pioneering programs of the YMCA.

Negotiations To Begin Over New Chargers Stadium In San Diego

June 2
By City News Service
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The talks come about two weeks after an advisory group appointed by Mayor Kevin Faulconer issued the framework of a financing plan that would raise $1.4 billion toward construction costs.

The Human Rights Issue A Nobel Laureate Doesn't Want To Touch

June 2
Michael Sullivan / NPR
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Aung San Suu Kyi has been universally praised in her battle for democracy in Myanmar. But she has been conspicuously silent about the worsening plight of the Rohingya minority in her homeland.

If Your Doctor Leaves Your Health Plan, You Can't Easily Follow

June 2
Michelle Andrews / NPR

Consumers can switch plans outside of the annual open enrollment period for some specific life changes, but generally not when a doctor falls out of the plan.

Police Find No Evidence Of Bombs On Plane At Philly Airport

June 2
By Associated Press
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Police say they've found no evidence of explosives on a US Airways flight targeted with a bomb threat as it flew from San Diego to Philadelphia.

La Jolla Doctor Uses New Zapping Tool To Target Depression

June 2
By Kenny Goldberg
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The newest treatment for clinical depression is a device that zaps the brain with magnetic pulses.

San Diegans On Hunger Strike Protest Mexico Imprisonment Of US Citizen

June 2
By Jean Guerrero
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Activist Nestora Salgado has been in a Mexican prison since 2013, charged with kidnapping.

Cruise Ship Capsizes In China, Leaving Hundreds Unaccounted For

June 2
Eyder Peralta / NPR

The captain told local media the vessel sank after getting caught in a tornado in China's Yangtze River. Few of the 458 on board are thought to have survived the incident.

Head Of TSA Reassigned, After Tests Reveal Security Failures

June 2
Eyder Peralta / NPR
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According to ABC News, covert tests found that Transportation Security Administration agents at airports failed to detect prohibited items 95 percent of the time.

The Quantified Student: An App That Predicts GPA

June 2
Anya Kamenetz / NPR
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Researchers found that a phone's activity tracker can automatically predict students' school performance.

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