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San Diego Transgender Teen Shares Struggle With Gender Identity

June 29
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As part of a series of interviews on KPBS Midday Edition about gender identity issues, 14-year old Sam Moehlig of Rancho Bernardo talks about what it's like to grow up transgender in San Diego.

Supreme Court Upholds Independent Redistricting Commissions

June 29
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In a closely watched case, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of an Arizona commission that forms the state's electoral districts. The ruling validates efforts in California and other states that use these groups to prevent gerrymandering.

Carlsbad Desalination Plant's Pipeline Now Complete

June 29
Midday Edition
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Poseidon Water, the builder of the plant, and the water authority announced that the last 54-inch diameter section was dropped into place in Macario Canyon in Carlsbad. The section was the 2,177th of the pipeline, which runs between Carlsbad and San Marcos.

Reactions To Supreme Court Ruling On Same-Sex Marriage

June 26
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Elected officials, others react to the Supreme Court's ruling that extends same-sex marriage nationwide.

Supreme Court Rules Obamacare Subsidies Are Legal

June 25
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The subsidies are crucial to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, President Obama's signature achievement.

School Is Out But Hunger Lingers For Some San Diego Kids

June 25
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For students who rely on school lunch meals, having enough to eat during summer break can be challenging.

UC San Diego Extension Aims To Promote College To Native Americans

June 25
By Claire Trageser
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A new UC San Diego Extension initiative wants to create a college-going culture on the Viejas and Sycuan reservations. Its summer classes are aimed at helping Native American students not only feel prepared for college, but making them eager to go in the first place.

Krav Maga Another Non-Lethal Tool For San Diego County Law Enforcement

June 24
By Tarryn Mento
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Some San Diego County law enforcement officers are training in a technique that could be an extra tool when situations escalate.

San Diego County Author Examines Drug War Consequences

June 23
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"The Cartel" is a sequel to Don Winslow's bestseller, "The Power of the Dog." Both books are crime thrillers, but in terms of research and scope, they qualify as a quasi-history of the drug war.

Eliminating Traffic Deaths: San Diego Vision Zero Goal For 2025

June 23
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San Diego officials signal their support for a program called Vision Zero, which aims to reduce traffic-related injuries and death through better planning, design and education.

Encinitas Could Be Poster City For Saving Water

June 22
By Claire Trageser
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While most cities in the region are struggling to cut anywhere near the amount of water mandated by the state, Encinitas is almost where it needs to be.

How A San Diego Professor Influenced The Pope On Climate Change

June 19
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UC San Diego professor Ram Ramanathan advised Pope Francis on climate change.

Fledgling San Diego Biotech Pledges Not To Make Money

June 19
By Kenny Goldberg
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Drugs & Diagnostics For Tropical Diseases, or DDTD, develops tests that detect whether someone is infected with worms.

ASK Campaign Promotes Gun Safety For San Diego Parents

June 18
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"Asking Saves Kids" is an offshoot of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. On Sunday, the group would like San Diego parents to have a specific conversation with their kids' friends.

'We're Out Of Time' — So Says Chargers Stadium Spokesman

June 18
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There is nothing left that the city of San Diego can do to solve the stadium issue before the NFL owners vote on whether to allow the Chargers to move to Los Angeles, team spokesman Mark Fabiani told KPBS Midday Edition on Thursday.

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