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Law Will Limit Full Contact Football Practices In Middle, High School

Dec. 26
Bob Moffitt / Capital Public Radio
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The law goes into effect in 2015 and bans full contact during the offseason and sets limits on it during the preseason and season.

SDSU Loses Poinsettia Bowl To Navy, 17-16

Dec. 24
Associated Press
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The Aztecs had a chance to win their hometown bowl on Tuesday night but Donny Hageman was wide right on a 34-yard field goal attempt with 20 seconds left allowing Navy to take a 17-16 victory.

Rep. Susan Davis Talks Border Crossing, Campus Sexual Assault

Dec. 22
Midday Edition
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Democratic Rep. Susan Davis easily won re-election in the 53rd District this November. She shares her thoughts about what the 113th Congress accomplished and what lies ahead for the 114th.

Cal State San Marcos Gets Record Number Of Applications

Dec. 18
By City News Service
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Nearly 13,500 would-be freshmen applied to the school for the Fall 2015 semester.

Arraignment Delayed For San Diego State Suspect Accused In Assault

Dec. 18
By City News Service
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A spokesman for the District Attorney's Office said the case was taken off the court calendar as the investigation continues.

Group Of San Diego Students Use Computer Code To Make Art

Dec. 17
By Matthew Bowler
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Pushing past the edge of technology and art — students at High Tech High's Media Art Center learn how to make art one line of computer code at a time.

UC San Diego Gets $3M Grant For Energy Storage Systems

Dec. 16
By City News Service

UCSD will use the money to test and validate the performance of systems.

San Diego State Offensive Coordinator Announces Retirement

Dec. 16
By City News Service
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Head coach Rocky Long did not say who would replace Bob Toledo.

Finding A Healthy Balance When Choosing Technology For Kids

Dec. 16
Midday Edition
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Technology devices such as smart phones, iPads and video games are on the must-have list for many children this year. KPBS Midday looks at what's considered a safe and healthy amount of time for children to spend on these devices.

SDSU Shuts Down Fraternity After Members Harassed Anti-Rape Marchers

Dec. 16
By Angela Carone
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San Diego State University and the national office of Delta Sigma Phi fraternity shut down the SDSU chapter after a string of policy violations, including members harassing protesters at an anti-rape march.

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