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Trump Opponents, Supporters Hold San Diego Rallies

Trump Opponents, Supporters Hold San Diego Rallies

Jan. 19
By KPBS , City News Service

Opponents of President-elect Donald Trump are scheduled to hold three rallies in San Diego Friday, the day the billionaire real estate magnate is sworn-in to office. Others waived flags and toasted to the new president.

Momentum Builds For San Diego Women's March

Momentum Builds For San Diego Women's March

Jan. 19
By Kenny Goldberg

Organizers expect more than 22,000 people at the San Diego Women's March on Saturday.

San Diego Students Head To Washington For Presidential Inauguration

San Diego Students Head To Washington For Presidential Inauguration

Jan. 17
By Elma Gonzalez, Ebone Monet

A group of students at La Jolla Country Day School are counting down to Inauguration Day.

As San Diego Leaders Vow Action On Homelessness, Child Lives In Per...

As San Diego Leaders Vow Action On Homelessness, Child Lives In Peril On Streets

Jan. 13
By Susan Murphy

Desire Navas' childhood is unfolding on the streets of San Diego's East Village. Her neighbors are 1,100 other homeless who sleep outside on the sidewalks.

Obamacare Supporters Protest At Issa's North County Office

Obamacare Supporters Protest At Issa's North County Office

Jan. 12
By Kenny Goldberg

Congressman Darrell Issa wants to repeal Obamacare. That's not a popular position among some of his constituents.

California Regulators Get An Earful In Escondido

California Regulators Get An Earful In Escondido

Jan. 9
By Erik Anderson

SDG&E is trying to convince state regulators that extreme wildfire conditions are the reason the 2007 wildfires killed two people, burned nearly 200,000 acres and destroyed more than 1,300 structures.

San Diego's Public Transit Growth Hits Speed Bump

San Diego's Public Transit Growth Hits Speed Bump

Jan. 9
By Andrew Bowen

Public transit ridership in San Diego is falling, due in part to low gas prices and soaring car ownership. This puts the city's transportation goals at risk of a fast failure.

Life After Aging Out Of California's Foster System

Life After Aging Out Of California's Foster System

Jan. 5
By Ebone Monet

A young San Diego mother is turning her life around with the help of the city's youth services program.

Political Statement Or Transparent Pricing? Wage Hikes Prompt Surch...

Political Statement Or Transparent Pricing? Wage Hikes Prompt Surcharges At Restaurants

Jan. 3
By Andrew Bowen

Several restaurants in San Diego have begun adding surcharges to diners' bills to compensate for increases in the city's minimum wage. Critics see the move as political posturing, but restaurateurs say with slim profit margins, they can no longer rely on simple price increases.

Artists Aim To Make Border Fence 'Beautiful'

Artists Aim To Make Border Fence 'Beautiful'

Dec. 30
By Jean Guerrero

Artists from the United States and Mexico are painting an extensive mural on the border fence in Tijuana, focusing on bright, uplifting scenery and positive messages.

Veterans See San Diego As Prime Location To Become Entrepreneurs

Veterans See San Diego As Prime Location To Become Entrepreneurs

Dec. 22
By Steve Walsh

Research shows veterans are more likely to form businesses than other people, which makes San Diego a prime location for veteran entrepreneurs.

Israeli Artist, Syrian Refugee Make Art Not War In San Diego

Israeli Artist, Syrian Refugee Make Art Not War In San Diego

Dec. 21
By Tarryn Mento

A nonprofit Jewish foundation hosted a refugee artist-in-residence program with an Israeli sculptor to help a Syrian refugee heal through art.

Death At The Border: A Quixotic Immigrant Forges A Humanitarian Path

Death At The Border: A Quixotic Immigrant Forges A Humanitarian Path

Dec. 16
By Jean Guerrero

A 62-year-old Chula Vista resident launched a quest to rescue dying migrants and to recover their remains in the desert near the U.S.-Mexico border.

San Diego Restaurants Aim To Keep Intolerance Away With #HateHasNoB...

San Diego Restaurants Aim To Keep Intolerance Away With #HateHasNoBizHere Posters

Dec. 15
By Tarryn Mento

The operators of restaurants in City Heights, Mission Hills and University Heights are encouraging fellow business owners to display a sign that promotes a welcoming environment.

Death At The Border: Danger Stalks Search Group In The Desert

Death At The Border: Danger Stalks Search Group In The Desert

Dec. 15
By Jean Guerrero

San Diego-based volunteers who search for dead or dying migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border face rising dangers of their own.

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