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San Diego Group Encourages Young Adults With Mental Illness To Have Fun

Nov. 12
By Kenny Goldberg
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A group in San Diego has a mission to encourage young adults with mental health issues to build relationships and have fun.

Meals-On-Wheels Delivers Meals To Homebound Veterans

Nov. 11
By Dwane Brown
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Physical limitations keep many military veterans at home. To help them, Meals-on-Wheels delivers meals across San Diego County.

San Diego Travel Writer Completes 800-Mile Walk To California's Missions

Nov. 11
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Maggie Espinosa visited all of California's 21 missions by foot. She is one of 11 people in modern times to complete the 800-mile journey from San Diego to Sonoma County.

San Diego Group Trains Civilian Health Care Workers To Treat Service Members

Nov. 11
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Many active-duty service members and veterans receive mental health treatment from civilian health care workers. But many of these providers lack adequate training to effectively treat people from a military background.

San Diego's Wartime Women Vets Still Serving Their County Decades Later

Nov. 11
By Susan Murphy
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The veterans, some in their 90s, have taken on a new mission: making neck pillows by hand to bring comfort to today's generation of troops.

New Report Shows Drop In Prescription Drug Abuse

Nov. 7
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After two years of increases, deaths from prescription drugs are down in San Diego County.

10 Years Later, Camp Pendleton Marines Remember The Battle For Fallujah

Nov. 7
By Susan Murphy
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Hundreds of Iraq War veterans are gathering Friday morning at Camp Pendleton to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the second Battle for Fallujah. This was the fiercest combat of the Iraq war and the deadliest urban battle for the Marines since Vietnam.

Justice Elusive In SDSU Sexual Assault Case

Nov. 6
By Angela Carone
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Jennifer was a 20-year-old junior at SDSU when she reported that her boyfriend sexually assaulted her. She is one of the few victims of sexual assault to report the abuse and to battle in the university judicial system.

San Diego Program Reduces ER Visits, Improves Health

Nov. 4
By Kenny Goldberg
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A program in southeastern San Diego aims to teach the chronically ill how to avoid the hospital and better manage their own health.

New Creatures At Chula Vista's Living Coast Discovery Center

Oct. 31
By Dwane Brown
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Sapphire, a 130-pound Loggerhead sea turtle, is the newest ambassador at the Living Coast Discovery Center.

University Heights Street Becomes Halloween Extravaganza

Oct. 30
By Katie Schoolov
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The half-mile haunt on Maryland Street is one of San Diego's biggest and most family friendly Halloween celebrations. Andy and Paula Cameron and their neighbors have been putting it on for 18 years.

Battle Over Escondido Golf Course Comes Down To Measure H

Oct. 30
By Jill Replogle
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Many of those opposed to Measure H don’t play golf, but they think a developer's plans to allow more than 400 homes on former fairways will crowd the neighborhood and decrease property values.

San Diego Group Offers Free Classes For Older Learners

Oct. 29
By Dwane Brown
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San Diego OASIS is a nonprofit organization focused on people 50 and older, offering a broad range of free classes and opportunities to learn and stay productive.

Navy, Marines Team Up At Camp Pendleton For Disaster Response Training

Oct. 28
By Susan Murphy
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The Navy and Marines have teamed up at Camp Pendleton, on land and out at sea, for global crisis training. They're testing a new ship that could be a game-changer the next time troops are called for humanitarian assistance.

San Diego Mayor Faulconer On Climate Action Plan, Water Restrictions

Oct. 27
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San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer joined KPBS Monday to talk about water restrictions and police pay.