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Campaign Finances Stir Up A San Diego Congressional Race

May 26
By Erik Anderson

U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter's campaign finance spending is under scrutiny. The congressman said some mistakes were made, money was paid back and an audit is expected to answer questions.

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Terminally Ill San Diego Woman Plans To Take Advantage Of Aid-In-Dying Law

May 26
By Midday Edition
By Evening Edition

For most people, death is an unplanned event. But not for San Diegan Eurika Strotto, who plans to take her own life just after California's End of Life Option Act takes effect in June.

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Tony Gwynn's Family Sues Tobacco Industry Over Star's Death

May 23
By Midday Edition
By City News Service

Gwynn died from cancer in 2014 at the age of 54 after playing his entire career with the San Diego Padres.

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Sanders Caps Off San Diego Visit With Rally In Vista

May 22
By City News Service

The Vermont senator told thousands of supporters that he is the best choice to defeat Donald Trump in the November election.

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San Diego Firefighters Prepare For Potential Busy Season

May 18
By Maya Trabulsi

Spring rains in San Diego may have brought lush vegetation, but that could spell trouble in the upcoming fire season.

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SDG&E Pushes For More Electric Cars In San Diego

May 16
By Erik Anderson

San Diego's investor-owned utility is spending $7.5 million over five years to encourage the transition to electrically powered cars.

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San Diego Oceanographer, 98, Spurs Research Proving Climate Change Makes Days Longer

May 16
By David Wagner

Legendary San Diego oceanographer Walter Munk, known as the "Einstein of the oceans," spurred scientists to prove that current sea-level rise is actually slowing down the rotation of the Earth.

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Crowds Line Streets To Honor US Navy SEAL Killed In Iraq

May 13
By Associated Press

Petty Officer First Class Charles H. Keating IV, 31, was fatally shot in a May 3 battle with Islamic State forces in Tall Usquf, Iraq.

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Supporters Of San Diego's Minimum Wage Bump Continue Fight

May 13
By Claire Trageser

San Diego voters will be asked on June 7 to approve a minimum wage increase in the city, despite California lawmakers raising wages even higher by 2022.

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Forestry Officials Ramp Up Fight Against Invasive Beetles

May 11
By Midday Edition
By Evening Edition

One species that originated from Arizona has infested more than 100,000 acres across San Diego County. One thing campers can do to help curb the beetles’ spread: buy firewood locally.

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Enforcement Of California's Landmark Tobacco Law Likely To Be Spotty At First

May 10
By Kenny Goldberg

California’s law raising the legal age to buy tobacco to 21 takes effect in less than a month. Will the state be ready?

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Departure Of German Air Force May Deal Blow To New Mexico Town

May 10
By Evening Edition

A New Mexico air force base has been home to Germany's largest foreign military installation for the past 20 years. But the Germans are preparing to leave, worrying the neighboring city of Alamogordo about the departure's economic impact.

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San Diego Aims To Broaden Ban On Synthetic Drug 'Spice'

May 6
By Claire Trageser

With San Diego experiencing a spike in emergency calls related to spice use, the city attorney is looking to use chemistry to ban any substances that cause a specific reaction in the brain.

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California Raises Age Of Tobacco Purchase To 21 And Tightens Vaping Rules

May 5
By Evening Edition

A package of tobacco bills signed into state law this week aims to cut the use of tobacco and e-cigarettes by adolescents and young adults, proponents say. Military personnel can still buy at age 18.

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Students Call For SDSU President's Resignation

May 4
By Midday Edition
By Erik Anderson

San Diego State University President Elliot Hirshman has been under fire for his response to fliers connecting students to "Palestinian terrorists" that were posted on campus last month.

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