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Single Mother Living In San Diego Scheduled For Deportation After I...

Single Mother Living In San Diego Scheduled For Deportation After ICE Check In

Oct. 19
By City News Service

A single mother of three who says immigration authorities told her that if she checked in with them every year she could stay in the country was scheduled for deportation Thursday.

California Wildfires Leave Seasonal Agricultural Workers In Limbo

California Wildfires Leave Seasonal Agricultural Workers In Limbo

Oct. 19
Farida Jhabvala Romero / NPR

The devastating wildfires in Northern California and killed scores of people and left thousands homeless. They've also left many seasonal agricultural workers without jobs or income.

Holes In The Plot: Suspect Loses Bet With Cops, Turns Himself In — ...

Holes In The Plot: Suspect Loses Bet With Cops, Turns Himself In — With Doughnuts

Oct. 19
Colin Dwyer / NPR

A wanted man made a bet with police on Facebook: If they could get 1,000 shares, he would turn himself in — and bring doughnuts. They did it. And eventually, police posted photos of his promise kept.

7,000 Buildings Destroyed In Deadly California Wildfires

7,000 Buildings Destroyed In Deadly California Wildfires

Oct. 19
By Associated Press

California officials have raised the number of homes and structures destroyed in this month's wildfires to nearly 7,000 and said Thursday that the number will likely climb as crews continue assessing areas scorched by the blazes that killed 42 people.

Trump Says Administration's Response To Hurricane In Puerto Rico A ...

Trump Says Administration's Response To Hurricane In Puerto Rico A '10'

Oct. 19
Brian Naylor / NPR

After meeting with the island's governor and the FEMA administrator, the president said things on the island were already pretty rough but he praised residents for their spirit.

Meet Jacinda Ardern, 37, New Zealand's Next Prime Minister

Meet Jacinda Ardern, 37, New Zealand's Next Prime Minister

Oct. 19
Laurel Wamsley / NPR

When Ardern was elected Labour leader just 12 weeks ago, her party's polling numbers surged so rapidly it was dubbed "Jacindamania." She'll be the country's youngest prime minister in 150 years.

WATCH: Kelly Denounces Congresswoman's Public Account Of Trump's Ca...

WATCH: Kelly Denounces Congresswoman's Public Account Of Trump's Call With Widow

Oct. 19
Jessica Taylor / NPR

"I just thought the selfless devotion that brings a man or woman to die on the battlefield ... might be sacred," said chief of staff John Kelly, a retired general whose son died in combat.

Sure, There's A Health Care Deal. That Doesn't Mean It Can Pass

Sure, There's A Health Care Deal. That Doesn't Mean It Can Pass

Oct. 19
Susan Davis / NPR

Opposition from conservatives and waffling support from President Trump remain serious hurdles for the first-ever bipartisan legislation affecting the Affordable Care Act.

San Diego Educator Named California Teacher Of The Year

San Diego Educator Named California Teacher Of The Year

Oct. 19
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Jaime Brown, an English and film studies teacher at San Diego High School has been selected as one of five educators honored with the California Teacher of the Year award.

Your Guide To The WoW Festival - Downtown Edition

Your Guide To The WoW Festival - Downtown Edition

Oct. 19
By Nina Garin

La Jolla Playhouse's immersive theater experience heads to downtown San Diego this year. Here's a guide to help figure it all out.

Anti-ISIS Syrian General Accused Of Killing U.S. Journalist Is Repo...

Anti-ISIS Syrian General Accused Of Killing U.S. Journalist Is Reported To Have Died

Oct. 19
Ruth Sherlock / NPR

Issam Zahreddine reportedly died on the battlefield. The family of Marie Colvin, a celebrated U.S. war correspondent killed in Syria in 2012, has blamed him for her death.

For Novelist John Green, OCD Is Like An 'Invasive Weed' Inside His ...

For Novelist John Green, OCD Is Like An 'Invasive Weed' Inside His Mind

Oct. 19
Terry Gross / NPR

"It starts out with one little thought, and then slowly that becomes the only thought that you're able to have," Green says. His new novel, Turtles All The Way Down, is about a teenage girl with OCD.

2 Strangers, A 6-Page List And A Plan Hatched To Help Puerto Rico

2 Strangers, A 6-Page List And A Plan Hatched To Help Puerto Rico

Oct. 19
Marisa Peñaloza / NPR

They had never met, but quickly came up with a plan to get medical supplies to a town desperately in need.

Council Members Ask San Diegans To Pick Up School Board Election Ho...

Council Members Ask San Diegans To Pick Up School Board Election Hot Potato

Oct. 19
By Megan Burks

Members of the San Diego City Council are urging the public to put forward a 2018 ballot initiative to change how school board members are elected.

The 30th Anniversary Of Black Monday: A Day That Made Wall Street Q...

The 30th Anniversary Of Black Monday: A Day That Made Wall Street Quake

Oct. 19
Emily Sullivan / NPR

On Oct. 19, 1987, Wall Street had its single worst trading day ever. Even after three decades, Black Monday still marks the biggest one-day crash, and its impact continues to reverberate.

George W. Bush Slams 'Bigotry,' Politics Of Populism That Led To Tr...

George W. Bush Slams 'Bigotry,' Politics Of Populism That Led To Trump, Sanders

Oct. 19
Domenico Montanaro / NPR

The former president made the remarks at a forum put on by his namesake center. "To renew our country, we only need to remember our values," the 43rd president said.

La Jolla Playhouse's Without Walls Hits Downtown San Diego

La Jolla Playhouse's Without Walls Hits Downtown San Diego

Oct. 19
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

The festival features more than a dozen events, including an improvised film from the European collective Gob Squad and a series of tiny homes in Horton Plaza inspired in part by San Diego's housing crisis.

Amnesty For Little Book Lovers: New York City Libraries Shelve Kids...

Amnesty For Little Book Lovers: New York City Libraries Shelve Kids' Late Fees

Oct. 19
Colin Dwyer / NPR

On Thursday, the city's public library systems are forgiving fines on overdue materials checked out by readers age 17 and under, reopening library doors to young readers once blocked by unpaid fees.