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San Diego Zoo Gets Funding To Help Save Northern White Rhinos

March 2
By Erik Anderson
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The zoo, which is home to one northern white rhino, was awarded $110,000 by the Seaver Institute to fund whole genome sequencing.

Things To Know For San Diego Chargers Stadium Task Force Meeting

March 2
By Tarryn Mento
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San Diegans will get their chance at a public meeting Monday night to weigh in on the Bolts' effort to get a new facility to replace Qualcomm Stadium.

Bike Helmet Bill Could Dampen San Diego Bike Sharing Enthusiasm

March 2
By Claire Trageser
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After a year of delays, bike sharing finally got rolling in San Diego, but a new California bill requiring bike helmets could put a damper on the activity.

San Diego Museum Unveils 'Fragile Waters' Exhibit

Feb. 27
By Dwane Brown
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Ansel Adams, Ernest Brooks and Dorothy Kerper Monnelly are the names behind an inspiring ecological exhibit that is making a stop at the Maritime Museum.

A Conversation With Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Alicia Garza

Feb. 27
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Alicia Garza, a UC San Diego graduate, is in San Diego to discuss the history and future of the Black Lives Matter movement and the role of campus activism.

Handmade Black Dolls Exhibit Offers Insight Into Past And Present

Feb. 26
By Angela Carone
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How important is it for children to have dolls that look like them? An exhibit of handmade black dolls at the Mingei International Museum in Balboa Park offers some historical insight into this question.

Aspire Center For Veterans Celebrates One Year Anniversary

Feb. 24
By Dwane Brown
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Tuesday was a significant milestone for San Diego's first and only residential treatment center for young veterans suffering from brain injury and post-traumatic stress.

San Diego Attorney’s Environmental Lawsuits Could Be Tainted By Conflict Of Interest

Feb. 24
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By Brad Racino
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The wife of lawyer Cory Briggs, who sues local, state and federal government agencies over environmental violations, held a key position in a La Mesa company on the other side of his litigation. The potential conflict of interest and its effect on the taxpayers has not been publicly known.

9th Annual Border Film Week Focuses On Human Side Of Immigration Debate

Feb. 24
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Border Film Week at the University of San Diego's Trans-Border Institute kicks off Tuesday. The focus will be the human stories of immigration.

San Diego Trying To Fill Emergency Preparedness Gaps

Feb. 24
By Claire Trageser
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An audit released last summer found that many San Diego city departments had outdated or inaccurate information in their plans for what to do in case of an emergency. Now the city is working to update its plans.

National Photo Exhibit Honoring Fallen Heroes Comes To Alpine

Feb. 23
By Dwane Brown
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A traveling photo exhibit made a stop on Monday in the community of Alpine to honor military members who died in combat since the 9/11 terror attacks.

Housing Secretary Visits Affordable Housing Development In Logan Heights

Feb. 20
By Dwane Brown
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Julian Castro toured one of 69 new apartments designed for seniors, and paid for in part through a federal grant program.

World’s First Triathlon Commemorated In San Diego

Feb. 20
By Nicholas McVicker
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Forty years ago last September, 46 track enthusiasts took to Fiesta Island one morning to bike, run and swim in Mission Bay.

Exhibit Unites Humanity Through 45 Questions

Feb. 19
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San Diego's Museum of Photographic arts is celebrating the centennial in Balboa Park with a video exhibition of people and voices from around the world. It's called "7 billion Others."

Mayor Faulconer On Stadium Task Force, Assessing Roads

Feb. 19
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San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer on Thursday said his stadium task force is the kind of group that's needed to make headway on finding a home for the Chargers.

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