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$5 Million Question For San Diego Organizations: What’s The Future ...

$5 Million Question For San Diego Organizations: What’s The Future Of Humanities Grants?

Feb. 20
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource

Deep within the Women’s Museum of California’s floor-to-ceiling historical archive is a weathered leather suitcase, filled with photographs and mementos from Grace Robinson, who served in the WAVES, a U.S. Navy’s women’s reserve program during World War II.

Seismic Research Explores San Onofre's Earthquake, Tsunami Risks

Seismic Research Explores San Onofre's Earthquake, Tsunami Risks

Feb. 16
By Alison St John

New seismic research from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography explores the earthquake and tsunami threats to the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station site, where nuclear waste will be stored indefinitely. The results will be presented Thursday night to Edison's Community Engagement Panel.

San Diego May Get Elusive River Park In Mission Valley

San Diego May Get Elusive River Park In Mission Valley

Feb. 15
By Erik Anderson

Mission Valley could be in line for a major redevelopment now that the Chargers have dumped San Diego for a home in Los Angeles and that project may be the catalyst for a long sought after San Diego river park.

San Diego Couples Get Hitched On Valentine's Day

San Diego Couples Get Hitched On Valentine's Day

Feb. 14
By City News Service

Take a look at some of the many couples who decided to get hitched on Valentine's Day this year.

US Homeland Security Secretary Tells San Diego Police He Doesn't 'H...

US Homeland Security Secretary Tells San Diego Police He Doesn't 'Have A Clue' What A Sanctuary City Is

Feb. 13
By Associated Press

U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly told San Diego law enforcement officials on a tour of nation's border with Mexico Friday that he couldn't define a sanctuary city.

Old Faucets Taint Water At San Ysidro Schools

Old Faucets Taint Water At San Ysidro Schools

Feb. 9
By Erik Anderson

The San Ysidro School District has shut off the water taps and brought in bottled water to students and staff at three schools.

After Settling In San Diego, Struggle Doesn't End For Some Syrian R...

After Settling In San Diego, Struggle Doesn't End For Some Syrian Refugees

Feb. 8
By Tarryn Mento

Many refugee families are worried about making ends meet after they’ve resettled in San Diego.

Two San Diego Women Launch National Ridesharing Service For The Eld...

Two San Diego Women Launch National Ridesharing Service For The Elderly

Feb. 6
By Claire Trageser

Two San Diego natives have created a national service that connects those without smartphones, to a ride from Uber or Lyft.

San Diego's Imperial Court Celebrates 45th 'Coronation'

San Diego's Imperial Court Celebrates 45th 'Coronation'

Feb. 3
By Andrew Bowen

The International Imperial Court System is a fraternal and charitable organization with a twist: It's ruled by drag queens. The San Diego chapter celebrates the crowning of its 45th "emperor" and "empress" on Saturday.

San Diego Educators Working To Make Math Friendlier For English Lea...

San Diego Educators Working To Make Math Friendlier For English Learners

Feb. 2
By Megan Burks

Math is a universal language. But for English learners, math textbooks and standardized tests aren't so universal. San Diego educators are working to remove language barriers so students who haven't mastered English can still advance in math.

Lawyer Alleges San Diego Traffic Court Collection Agency Shakes Dow...

Lawyer Alleges San Diego Traffic Court Collection Agency Shakes Down Poor

Jan. 31
By Amita Sharma

Californians overwhelmed by unpaid traffic tickets have two months left to apply for amnesty intended to offer impoverished drivers a path out of mounting fines and suspended driver’s licenses, but there are complaints over the county’s operation of the program.

Lawyer Calls Traffic Fines Punishment Of The Poor

Lawyer Calls Traffic Fines Punishment Of The Poor

Jan. 30
By Amita Sharma

The age of debtor’s prisons may be over. But some say punishing the have-nots is not. They say the cost of being poor in one San Diego County traffic court may be getting expensive.

Mission Valley Architectural Icon Seeks Tenant As Macy's Departs

Mission Valley Architectural Icon Seeks Tenant As Macy's Departs

Jan. 24
By Tom Fudge

Macy’s is closing down its Mission Valley apparel store but history buffs hope there’s another use for San Diego’s modernist landmark.

Investor Group Wants To Bring MLS To San Diego

Investor Group Wants To Bring MLS To San Diego

Jan. 23
By Erik Anderson, City News Service

A group of investors unveiled a proposal Monday for a $1 billion redevelopment of the Qualcomm Stadium site in Mission Valley, which would include a privately financed football and soccer stadium, along with a 55- acre park, housing and commercial buildings.

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.

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