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Diesel Fuel May Be On The Way Out At California Ports

April 18
By Erik Anderson

An Escondido company is helping fuel change in the nation's cargo transportation industry.

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San Diego County Board Of Supervisors Votes To Support Trump ‘Sanctuary’ State Lawsuit

April 17
By City News Service, Jean Guerrero

With the vote, San Diego County became California's most populous county to rebuke state policies aimed at protect select immigrants from deportation.

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San Diego County High School Students To Host 49th District Forum

April 16
By Megan Burks

From learning about the political process to being part of it, students at two San Diego schools will host a forum Tuesday for candidates in the 49th Congressional District.

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In Vista Unified, More School Choice Means More Traffic

April 12
By Megan Burks

As more Vista families choose schools farther from home, they’re spending more time on the road. Some are worried about the social and environmental consequences.

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UC San Diego Doctor Uses Cannabis To Treat Pain

April 10
By Jade Hindmon

In recent research from UC San Diego’s Center for Medical Cannabis Research, doctors are finding cannabis useful in treating chronic pain and weaning people off of opioids. But they are running into barriers when it comes to advancing that research. Meanwhile, some patients say the research is saving their lives.

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What Do Craft Brewers Do With Some Of Their Waste? Feed It To The Cows

April 9
By Claire Trageser

Craft beer and farms have a symbiotic relationship because cows can eat the spent grains from the breweries. But what happens when there aren't enough cows?

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City Heights Youth Garden Helps Grow Job Skills

April 6
By Kris Arciaga

Students are growing more than vegetables and fruits at Second Chance Youth Garden in City Heights, which offers them a chance to explore careers and develop job skills.

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San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Jay Gatsby, Sean Penn And Branford Marsalis

April 6
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Nina Garin

It's a literary weekend with a ballet inspired by "The Great Gatsby" and a book reading by actor Sean Penn, plus musician Branford Marsalis returns for a classical music concert.

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Mayors Nationwide Sign Letter Supporting Net Neutrality, But Not Mayor Faulconer

April 6
By Claire Trageser

Sixty-eight mayors recently signed a letter asking the Federal Communications Commission to repeal its decision on net neutrality, but not San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer.

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San Diego's Startup Tech Scene Gets Boost From EvoNexus

April 4
By Bennett Lacy

San Diego tech incubator EvoNexus recently showcased several startups at its Demo Day event hosted by Qualcomm. Lynx Biosciences, a company that specializes in helping doctors develop personalized treatment for blood cancers, was chosen as the winner. San Diego was recently ranked among the top five U.S. cities for startups.

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City Heights Embraces Dockless Bikes While Other Communities Fight Them

April 4
By Tarryn Mento

The city of Coronado and San Diego communities of Little Italy and La Jolla claim their rights of way are overwhelmed by the freestanding bikes, while businesses farther east in City Heights are hoping to see more of them.

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Once Used To Integrate Schools, Magnets May Be Creating Divisions In Vista

April 4
By Brandon Quester / inewsource, Megan Burks

A data analysis by KPBS and inewsource suggests Vista’s white, more affluent children are disproportionately benefiting from Vista Unified School District’s magnet schools.

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Smaller Water Tunnel Project Means Higher Costs For San Diego

April 3
By Erik Anderson

The plan for two water tunnels under the Sacramento Delta is dead, but the replacement plan with only one tunnel may be more expensive for local water users.

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Navy Working To Keep Sailors In The Service As Fleet Expands

April 3
By Steve Walsh

The Navy is canceling retirement incentives, replacing those programs with new programs to retain sailors and officers ahead of an expansion in the number of ships.

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SDSU Students Take On National City Food Deserts

March 29
By Ebone Monet

A student-run program delivers fresh fruits and vegetables to independent stores in underserved communities.

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