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New App To Ease Crossing The Border

Dec. 16
By Dwane Brown
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U.S. Customs and Border Protection is launching a new mobile application that tracks border crossing wait times.

Rep. Scott Peters Talks Plans For Upcoming Congressional Term

Dec. 15
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Democratic Congressman Scott Peters narrowly won re-election in November, beating Republican Carl DeMaio in a close race that included a lot of negative campaigning from both sides.

700 Toys Collected For Barrio Logan Children

Dec. 12
By Dwane Brown
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Ship repair workers brightened the holidays for hundreds of children in Barrio Logan.

San Onofre's Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Plan Worries Some Residents

Dec. 11
By Alison St John
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Southern California Edison has announced which containers it will use to store tons of radioactive spent fuel at the San Onofre nuclear plant.

San Diegans Remember World's First Triathlon 40 Years Ago — At Mission Bay

Dec. 11
By Claire Trageser
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How often does someone's idea for a fun workout turn into an Olympic event? That's exactly what happened for two San Diegans, who put on the first ever triathlon right here in Mission Bay.

Chula Vista School Helps Children Break Cycle Of Domestic Violence

Dec. 10
By Dwane Brown
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Five year study shows pre-school program helps raise math and reading scores of children exposed to domestic violence.

New San Diego Data Chief Wants To Get Government Records In Public's Hands

Dec. 10
By Tarryn Mento
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The city of Boston lets citizens track its spending online. In Oakland, public records requests are posted on the city's website. Government tools like these may be coming to San Diego.

Navy Returns NASA's Orion Spacecraft After Test Flight

Dec. 9
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A Navy ship, the USS Anchorage, delivered the capsule to Naval Base San Diego and unloaded the 11-foot-tall cone around 10 p.m. PST Monday.

San Diego County Streamlines Adoption Process

Dec. 9
By Dwane Brown
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San Diego County is launching a new adoption campaign to streamline the process and make it easier for empty nesters, singles and non-traditional families to adopt children.

Report Says CIA Misled Senate, White House On Interrogation Program

Dec. 9
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The report is the most comprehensive account of interrogation techniques used by the CIA after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. The report's release has been controversial

Baseball Executives, Jobseekers In San Diego For Winter Meetings

Dec. 8
By Dwane Brown
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About 3,000 visitors to San Diego are expected this week for the largest gathering of baseball executives. San Diego hasn't hosted the Baseball Winter Meetings in nearly 30 years.

Affordable Care Act: Deadlines And 2015 Changes

Dec. 5
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There are some open enrollment deadlines approaching for health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act. We have information on deadlines and changes you should be aware of for 2015.

Monitoring The Muddy Waters Of Lake San Marcos

Dec. 4
By Alison St John
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Tranquil Lake San Marcos in San Diego’s North County has pollution problems. At a workshop this week, residents heard the latest on what the agencies responsible are doing about it.

San Diego Rapper Faces Life Sentence For Album

Dec. 4
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Rapper Brandon Duncan, who goes by the name "Tiny Doo," is on trial today in connection with a string of gang-related shootings. His connection to the alleged crimes: a rap album.

Balboa Park Centennial Celebration Kicks Off With December Nights

Dec. 4
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The opening of the annual December Nights on Friday will also mark the beginning of a year of special centennial events at Balboa Park.

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