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Obama's Immigration Policy On Hold — What's Next?

Feb. 18
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President Barack Obama's plan for expanded deportation relief for millions of immigrants living in the U.S. illegally is on hold after a federal judge issued a temporary injunction.

Is U.S. Ready For 'Three-Parent' Babies?

Feb. 16
By David Wagner
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Scientists have been developing a twist on in vitro fertilization that could help prevent terrible hereditary diseases. But what could go wrong with a third "parent" in the mix?

Travel And Adventure Show Comes To San Diego

Feb. 12
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It's never too early to start thinking about vacation. This weekend the San Diego Travel & Adventure Show returns with 1,500 travel experts to help attendees plan their next trip.

Obama Asks Fresh War Powers, Says Islamic State Group 'Going To Lose'

Feb. 11
By Associated Press
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President Barack Obama urged Congress on Wednesday to authorize military action against terrorists who are cutting a swath across the Middle East.

Voice Of San Diego On Sempra's Fight With A Mexican Millionaire

Feb. 11
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Voice of San Diego has done a three-part series on Mexican businessman José Susumo Azano Matsura, Sempra Energy and San Diego politics.

San Diego Group Offers Free Legal Advice

Feb. 10
By Dwane Brown
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Free and low cost legal services are available once a month at legal clinics in Hillcrest through California Western School of Law's Access to Law Initiative.

Rhinos Near Extinction As San Diego Researchers Look For Answers

Feb. 10
By Erik Anderson
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The San Diego Zoological Society is used to successful interventions when it comes to species flirting with extinction. The recovery of the California condor is just one example. But the society's conservationists are on the verge of losing a battle.

National Security Group Launches San Diego Chapter

Feb. 9
By Dwane Brown
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San Diego will be the Truman Project's 16th chapter.

Deadline Approaches For Covered California Enrollment

Feb. 6
By Dwane Brown
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California leaders and health officials urged people on Friday to sign up for health insurance before the Feb. 15 deadline.

National Heart Month: Women Most At Risk For Heart Disease

Feb. 6
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Did you know heart disease is the number one killer of women in the U.S.? For National Heart Month, we look at how you can prevent cardiovascular disease and treatment options available.

Saturday Night Live Veteran Puts Life On La Jolla Playhouse Stage

Feb. 6
By Angela Carone
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As the longest running cast member in the history of Saturday Night Live, Darrell Hammond is known for his impressions. He’s played Al Gore, Sean Connery and most famously, Bill Clinton. But throughout his life Hammond struggled with deep seated trauma. Now he's putting his life story on the stage in "The Darrell Hammond Project," a world premiere, one-man show at the La Jolla Playhouse.

Free Valet Parking Offered For Bikes At Farmers Insurance Open

Feb. 4
By Dwane Brown
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Attendees will be offered free valet parking, but the exclusive offer is not for cars — it’s for those who get there on a bike.

Health Insurance Enrollment Deadline Forces Hard Choices For San Diegans

Feb. 4
By Kenny Goldberg
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The Feb. 15 deadline to enroll in a Covered California plan is forcing people to make a choice: buy coverage, or pay a fine.

Our Wild San Diego: The Common Points Between Humans And Fish

Feb. 3
By Dwane Brown
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Did you know humans and fish have a lot in common? Join Evening Edition’s Dwane Brown as he explores those commonalities and the connections between birds and wetlands.

San Diego Bike Program For Ex-Offenders Takes Off

Feb. 2
By Dwane Brown
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Two former inmates received refurbished bikes on Monday from a new program called PEDAL.