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Earth-Like Planet Discovered

April 18
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Scientists are one step closer to finding out if life similar to ours... could exist on other planets. We take a look at the discovery of an Earth-like planet that may hold water on its surface.

San Diego Program Helps First-Generation College Students Stay On Track

April 18
By Claire Trageser
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Juma Ventures doesn't just help students get into college; it coaches them throughout their four years there.

San Diego Health Report Card Shows No Improvement In Child Immunization Rate

April 17
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Every two years, The Children's Initiative offers a detailed analysis of 25 key indicators of the health and well being of children throughout San Diego County. But the Report Card goes beyond metrics. It also reveals why the findings are important and recommends ways to improve each problem.

New Report Finds SPAWAR Plays Important Role In San Diego's Economy

April 17
By Erik Anderson
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A new economic report finds SPAWAR pumps more than $1.7 billion into the San Diego economy.

Teen Pregnancy Rates Down In San Diego County — But More Can Be Done

April 17
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Pregnancy rates are down around the county — and nation — but health officials warn there are still 1,700 births by teens every week. We take a look at what's being done to educate teens in an effort to prevent teen pregnancy.

Preview: Pac-Arts Spring Showcase

April 17
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By Beth Accomando
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Pac-Arts kicks off its fourth annual Spring Showcase on Thursday. KPBS' film critic Beth Accomando gives a preview of the film lineup.

San Diego Is Fifth Least Affordable U.S. City For Renters

April 16
By Erik Anderson
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A recent New York Times study found that San Diego is the fifth least affordable rental market in the nation. Renters spend more than 40 percent of their median income to keep a roof over their heads.

Mexico's Drug-Related Homicides Are Down But Not In Tijuana

April 16
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A University of San Diego report on drug violence in Mexico finds that homicides are down overall in the country, but the number of killings in Tijuana is up from 2012.

Plan In The Works To Save San Diego Opera

April 16
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After the final show of the season this past Sunday, the fate of the San Diego Opera remains up in the air. At least two board members are working to save the arts institution from closing and are set to release a reorganization plan Thursday.

CSU San Marcos Celebrates New Student Union

April 15
By Erik Anderson
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CSU San Marcos is in the midst of a two-week grand opening celebration for the campus' new student union.

Heartbleed Bug: Is Your Financial Info Vulnerable?

April 15
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Some are saying it's the biggest security threat the internet has ever seen: the Heartbleed bug. Is your personal financial data vulnerable? We get some insight from SDSU information security expert Professor Murray Jennex.

What Do You Think About San Diego's Future?

April 15
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KPBS joins up with national documentary producers for a special film project that aims to show both the promise and the problems facing our city.

Wider Availability Of Naloxone Could Help Curb Drug Overdose Epidemic

April 14
By Kenny Goldberg
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In an attempt to reduce the epidemic of fatalities from prescription narcotic overdoses, health officials want to broaden access to an effective antidote that doctors have been using for years.

David Alvarez Supporters Analyze Loss In San Diego Mayoral Runoff Election

April 14
By Jill Replogle
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San Diegans who pounded the pavement in hopes of bringing the city’s first Latino mayor into office gathered over the weekend to discuss why San Diego City Councilman David Alvarez lost the mayoral election last February.

Closing San Diego Unified's Student-Teacher Diversity Gap

April 14
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A new report shows Latinos account for almost half of students at San Diego Unified, but only make up a quarter of the workforce. Now, district leaders are drawing up plans to tackle the student teacher diversity gap.

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