- Feb. 5, 2013
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With a growing number of people choosing to die at home, the federal government is questioning who's in hospice and for how long.
- Nov. 2, 2012
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Some San Diego homeowners are willing to pay hundreds of dollars extra in property taxes every month for newer and better-equipped public schools.
- Nov. 1, 2012
- 9 Comments
With a new administration and a brighter financial picture, the prospect of moving San Diego city hall to the Navy Broadway complex could be an option.
- Oct. 29, 2012
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A rundown of the major issues and candidates on San Diego's November 2012 ballot.
- Sept. 26, 2012
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What does U-T San Diego owner Doug Manchester have to gain from a new Chargers stadium at the Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal? A KPBS/I-Newsource Investigation.
- Aug. 6, 2012, updated August 6, 2012
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Why would a Republican candidate appear on a campaign flier that endorses a Democratic President? The Investigations Desk takes a closer look at why Gary Kreep appears on campaign mailers with Barack Obama. Kreep, who won his race for Superior Court Judge, has serious doubts about whether Obama is a U.S. citizen.
- July 19, 2012
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Take a map of Arizona, draw a square in the bottom right hand corner -- the one closest to New Mexico and the international border -- and you get Cochise County. Fewer people live here than in many cities, and it’s part of the nation’s most active illegal immigration corridor.
- Nov. 22, 2011
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There are more than 650,000 caregivers in San Diego, taking care of family members and friends. It takes a toll on many of them financially and emotionally.
- Nov. 17, 2011
- 6 Comments
One of the most difficult decisions facing seniors is where to live in their final years. Our series 'Aging in San Diego' continues with a visit to two senior communities that offer independent and assisted living.