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New Grants Help San Diego County Groups Study Climate Change

July 29
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The San Diego Foundation awarded more than $300,000 in grants to six local programs to address climate issues that impact San Diego County's economy and way of life.

Should Public Toilet In Downtown San Diego Stay Or Go?

July 28
By Claire Trageser
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City staffers say a recently installed $250,000 Portland Loo at 14th and L streets has increased crime in the area, become a nuisance and should close, but people who live and work in the area say it should stay.

San Diego CityBeat Columnist Calls On White Americans To Help End Racism

July 28
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Aaryn Belfer looks at how white people can help fight racism by being "upstanders" instead of “bystanders."

Covered California: Cost Of Health Care Coverage Increases

July 28
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By Associated Press
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The cost of private individual health plans on California's state-run market will increase about 4 percent for the second straight year.

What Americans With Disabilities Act Has, And Has Not, Accomplished In 25 Years

July 27
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Former President George H.W.Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act into law in 1990, banning discrimination based on disability. How well has it worked? And what still needs to be done?

How Print Journalism Is Surviving In San Diego County

July 27
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With The Daily Transcript business newspaper closing in September, the conversation continues around whether print journalism is dying a slow death in a world with on-demand news options.

What San Diego Scientists Are Discovering About Dolphins And Diabetes

July 24
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Dolphins may hold the key to understanding how to prevent diabetes in humans, according to a study published this week in the journal PLOS One.

Does San Diego County Owe You Money?

July 24
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San Diego County is looking to return property tax over-payments and other funds to rightful owners.

UC San Diego Researchers Uncover Key To Bacterial Communities’ Survival

July 22
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UC San Diego researchers studying bacteria colonies found bacteria have the ability to secure the survival of the entire community.

San Salvador Replica Floats To South Bay Shipyard

July 22
By Katie Schoolov
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San Diego Maritime Museum workers and volunteers have been working since 2011 to build the replica of the 500-year-old Spanish galleon ship that will make its formal debut in September.

San Diego Councilwoman Cole Says Being A Politician Not On Her 'Bucket List'

July 22
By Claire Trageser
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City Councilwoman Myrtle Cole has faced tough issues, including racial profiling by police and how to attract more businesses to her southeastern San Diego district.

Over-The-Counter Birth Control Pills Will Soon Be Available In California

July 22
Midday Edition
By Kenny Goldberg
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Beginning this fall, California women will no longer need a prescription to buy birth control pills or other hormonal contraceptives.

Republican Presidential Candidates To Visit San Diego

July 20
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By City News Service
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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is scheduled to appear Wednesday at the conference at the Manchester Grant Hyatt. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee will speak Thursday and Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, on Friday.

California Bill Would Ground Drones Near Firefighting Efforts

July 21
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Legislation introduced in Sacramento would allow first responders to disable or damage drones if it interferes with emergency responses.

Conservancy Sets Priorities For Ever-Changing Balboa Park

July 21
By Angela Carone
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A look at how the five-year-old Balboa Park Conservancy plans to preserve and maintain San Diego's "crown jewel" now that there's a new CEO leading the charge.

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