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UC Task Force Issues Guidelines To Fight Campus Sexual Assaults

Sept. 17
By KPBS News
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Task force releases seven key recommendations that form the foundation of a systemwide model to address sexual violence throughout the University of California system.

San Diego Sidewalks Need Improvement, Group Says

Sept. 17
By City News Service
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An assessment of San Diego sidewalks is underway. So far, 39,000 tripping hazards have been discovered.

'Life, Animated: A Story Of Sidekicks, Heroes, And Autism'

Sept. 17
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A book by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Ron Suskind details his family's 20-year struggle with their youngest son's autism — and how his obsession to Disney movies opened his world and is helping others.

'3 Feet Please' Law For Passing Bicyclists Rolls Out Across California

Sept. 16
By Dwane Brown
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California's new bike-passing law took effect Tuesday.

Zero Tolerance Policies' Impact On School-To-Prison Pipeline

Sept. 16
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KPBS Midday Edition takes a look at how "zero-tolerance" policies in schools might be contributing to the crowding of juvenile detention facilities.

San Diego Veterans Can Speak Up About VA Healthcare At Town Hall Meeting Thursday

Sept. 16
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The VA San Diego wants to hear from veterans about their experience with VA health care. Issues over waiting times, access to care and more will be aired at a series of town hall meetings around the county. These town hall events come on the heels of the new VA secretary's visit to San Diego to rehabilitate the group's battered reputation.

New VA Chief Visits San Diego

Sept. 15
By Dwane Brown
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San Diego County is the No. 1 destination for veterans who've served in Iraq and Afghanistan and the biggest challenge says new chief of the Department of Veterans Affairs is building up enough capacity and personnel to properly serve them.

It's The Law: Vehicles Have To Give Bicyclists 3 Feet Of Space

Sept. 15
By Jill Replogle
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More than 100 cyclists are killed each year in collisions with motor vehicles in California. A new law that takes effect Tuesday is designed to make the roads safer for those who pedal.

Prostate Cancer: What You Need To Know

Sept. 12
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Recently, San Diego Bishop Cirilo Flores died of prostate cancer. September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, we take a look at testing, diagnosis and treatment options available.

Temple Grandin In San Diego To Speak About Inclusiveness In Education

Sept. 11
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Celebrated autism advocate Temple Grandin is in San Diego to talk about inclusiveness in education.

Preparing For Disaster: Earthquake, Wildfire, Terrorist Threat

Sept. 9
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Are you prepared for the next big earthquake or wildfire? What do you do if you see suspicious activity that might be terrorist-related? The Federal Emergency Management Agency and San Diego Fire join KPBS Midday with some safety tips.

Controversy Surrounds Future Of East County Performing Arts Center

Sept. 9
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The East County Performing Arts Center might soon lease out much of its calendar to the Rock Church. Critics say that's not what the facility was intended for.

Are Consumers Paying Too Much in Proposed San Onofre Settlement?

Sept. 5
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A settlement deal on the costs of the San Onofre shutdown, approved by the utilities and three consumer advocate groups - must now be changed. What's the cost to consumers?

California Drought Forces Farmers To Adapt

Sept. 8
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Dry weather, coupled with high water prices, has forced some farmers to stop watering crops and trees. Others have switched to new irrigation methods or less thirsty crops.

San Diego Hunger Study Shows Continued Need For Food Assistance

Sept. 4
By Claire Trageser
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Almost 500,000 people received donations last year from San Diego-area food pantries, according to a report released Thursday.

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