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UC San Diego Study: Electronic Cigarette Smokers Aren't Less Likely To Quit

April 16
By City News Service
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UCSD researchers found that smokers who used e-cigarettes — also known as vapor inhalers — were 49 percent less likely to decrease cigarette use.

Balancing Rights In College Sex Assault Cases

April 15
Midday Edition
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As colleges scramble to do a better job dealing with assaults on campus, are they trampling on the rights of the accused?

Classes At Clairemont High School Canceled Following Break-In, Fire

April 15
By City News Service
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Classes at Clairemont High School were canceled Wednesday following an early morning break-in and a suspected arson fire at the campus.

San Diego Community College District Increases Number Of Summer Classes

April 14
By City News Service
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The district announced that 1,300 summer school courses will be held this year, 200 more than last year. The addition brings the total number of classes back to pre-recession levels.

Former U.S. Labor Secretary Visits San Diego To Promote Cross-Border Collaboration

April 13
By Jean Guerrero
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Robert Reich said the cross-border region has the opportunity to tackle its unique inequality problems in a way that can serve as a global model.

San Diego State Focuses On Sexual Violence Awareness

April 13
By Matthew Bowler
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"Take Back The Week" is a series of events that includes film screenings, art and discussions on masculinity.

Tijuana Police Officers Claim Corruption In The Force

April 10
By Jean Guerrero
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A recent survey of Tijuana police officers shows more than 80 percent of the force acknowledges some level of corruption, according to the University of San Diego's Justice in Mexico.

Briggs-Related Nonprofit Sues inewsource, SDSU

April 10
By Brad Racino / inewsource
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San Diego attorney Cory Briggs has been the subject of a recent series of investigative stories by inewsource. A nonprofit Briggs is associated with has now sued inewsource and its executive director, as well as San Diego State University.

Threats Prompt Lockdowns, Evacuations At Two San Diego Schools

April 10
By City News Service

Sherman Elementary School in Sherman Heights and Curie Elementary School in University City were locked down sometime before 10:20 a.m. Friday after bomb threats were phoned in to both schools, according the San Diego Unified School District.

Transgender Teen Who Committed Suicide Said Peers Bullied Her

April 10
By City News Service
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Taylor Alesana, 16, of Fallbrook took her own life during spring break. She had turned to social media in the months before her April 2 death to talk about bullying that she said she endured from her peers.

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