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How San Diego Researchers Are Reacting To Trump's Proposed Cuts

How San Diego Researchers Are Reacting To Trump's Proposed Cuts

March 16
By David Wagner

San Diego's biomedical researchers stand to lose big if President Trump's proposed cuts to the National Institutes of Health make it through Congress. Some say the cuts could be "cataclysmic."

New Voices: A Younger Generation's Urgent Quest For Change In South...

New Voices: A Younger Generation's Urgent Quest For Change In Southeast San Diego

March 15
By Claire Trageser

These young leaders said they have not seen enough change in their community from the time of their parents or their grandparents. That makes their work urgent and their patience low.

Mexico's Fight For Endangered Vaquita Porpoise Turns Violent

Mexico's Fight For Endangered Vaquita Porpoise Turns Violent

March 9
By Associated Press

A gang of dozens of fishermen overturned inspectors' vehicles, burned 15 trucks and patrol boats, and beat three inspectors from the office for environmental protection in a town on Mexico's Gulf of California.

‘Soccer City’ Economic Impact Could Be Huge

‘Soccer City’ Economic Impact Could Be Huge

March 9
By Erik Anderson, City News Service

The proposed "Soccer City" redevelopment of the Qualcomm Stadium site in Mission Valley would have an economic impact of $2.8 billion by the time of completion, the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corp. announced Thursday.

App To Make Your City A Classroom Launches In San Diego

App To Make Your City A Classroom Launches In San Diego

March 9
By Megan Burks

The city as a classroom — that is the vision behind LRNG, a new online platform that connects people to informal learning experiences in their communities.

Uber Self-Driving Cars Are Coming Back To California Roads

Uber Self-Driving Cars Are Coming Back To California Roads

March 8
By Associated Press

Uber's self-driving cars will return to California's streets, though the ride-hailing company doesn't immediately plan to pick up passengers.

San Diego's Female Chefs Celebrate Their Kitchen Leadership

San Diego's Female Chefs Celebrate Their Kitchen Leadership

March 8
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Women have been cooking and preparing meals for millennia, but female chefs are still a significant minority in U.S. restaurants.

NAFTA Changes Could Put A Dip In Guacamole Sales

NAFTA Changes Could Put A Dip In Guacamole Sales

March 8
By Steve Walsh

A recent temporary shortage of Mexican avocados highlights how difficult it will be to untangle the relationships built since the North American Free Trade Agreement began in 1994.

 San Diego City Council Uses $6M In Savings To Buy Street Lights, L...

San Diego City Council Uses $6M In Savings To Buy Street Lights, Library Books

March 6
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource

A program that allows San Diego City Council members to use savings from their district office budgets for additional neighborhood projects has generated $6 million in grants since it began in 2012.

San Diego Economist: Defense, Tourism To Lead Region's Growth

San Diego Economist: Defense, Tourism To Lead Region's Growth

March 3
By Erik Anderson

A top San Diego economist said the region should continue to see economic growth in the coming year.