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San Diego Lawmaker Pushes For Cheerleader Protections

July 3
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Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego, said high school cheerleaders are athletes performing without health and safety standards.

SDSU Researchers Find Support For Working Moms Reaches All-Time High

July 2
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Researchers at San Diego State University found that 12th graders and adults are more supportive of working mothers today than their 1970s counterparts.

State Regulators To Vote On New Energy Rates For San Diego Customers

July 2
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The California Public Utilities Commission will vote Friday on a new pricing structure for SDG&E customers.

San Diego Prepares For Onslaught Of Holiday Beach Trash

July 2
By Erik Anderson
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San Diego city officials and clean water advocates are getting ready for the holiday weekend and have plans in place to keep trash out of the ocean.

Chula Vista Senior Pumps Pedals To National Stationary Bike Record

July 2
By Claire Trageser
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A team of retired seniors at Fredericka Manor in Chula Vista is competing in a Tour de France of sorts. The competitors are riding stationary bikes for their health and to beat out other teams nationally in their age group.

San Diego County Plan Will Lead to Fewer Animals Euthanized

July 1
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The San Diego Welfare Coalition announced a new policy Wednesday that would lead to fewer dogs and cats being euthanized at shelters. Midday Edition reviews the policy and concerns that it may lead to overcrowding.

San Diego Tightens Water Restrictions To Meet State Conservation Goal

July 1
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The drought in California prompted San Diego leaders to step up conservations efforts this week, ordering residents and businesses to cut back on outdoor watering.

San Diego Transgender Teen Shares Struggle With Gender Identity

June 29
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As part of a series of interviews on KPBS Midday Edition about gender identity issues, 14-year old Sam Moehlig of Rancho Bernardo talks about what it's like to grow up transgender in San Diego.

Supreme Court Upholds Independent Redistricting Commissions

June 29
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In a closely watched case, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of an Arizona commission that forms the state's electoral districts. The ruling validates efforts in California and other states that use these groups to prevent gerrymandering.

Carlsbad Desalination Plant's Pipeline Now Complete

June 29
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Poseidon Water, the builder of the plant, and the water authority announced that the last 54-inch diameter section was dropped into place in Macario Canyon in Carlsbad. The section was the 2,177th of the pipeline, which runs between Carlsbad and San Marcos.

Reactions To Supreme Court Ruling On Same-Sex Marriage

June 26
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Elected officials, others react to the Supreme Court's ruling that extends same-sex marriage nationwide.

Supreme Court Rules Obamacare Subsidies Are Legal

June 25
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The subsidies are crucial to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, President Obama's signature achievement.

School Is Out But Hunger Lingers For Some San Diego Kids

June 25
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For students who rely on school lunch meals, having enough to eat during summer break can be challenging.

UC San Diego Extension Aims To Promote College To Native Americans

June 25
By Claire Trageser
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A new UC San Diego Extension initiative wants to create a college-going culture on the Viejas and Sycuan reservations. Its summer classes are aimed at helping Native American students not only feel prepared for college, but making them eager to go in the first place.

Krav Maga Another Non-Lethal Tool For San Diego County Law Enforcement

June 24
By Tarryn Mento
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Some San Diego County law enforcement officers are training in a technique that could be an extra tool when situations escalate.

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