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SDSU Students Take On National City Food Deserts

March 29
By Ebone Monet

A student-run program delivers fresh fruits and vegetables to independent stores in underserved communities.

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As San Onofre's Radioactive Waste Goes Underground, Opponents Search For Alternatives

March 29
By Alison St John

As the San Onofre nuclear power plant is decommissioned, the twin domes visible from Interstate 5 will disappear. But thousands of highly radioactive spent fuel rods will remain.

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Women Reflect On Their Silver Hair Journey

March 26
By Alison St John, Marissa Cabrera

Some women have said they felt empowered after embracing their grey hair. Stylist Lorraine Massey is in San Diego Monday to discuss her latest book, “Silver Hair: A Handbook.”

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Opioid Crisis Gripping More Addicts Before Adulthood

March 26
By Jade Hindmon

The opioid crisis is expanding and those who work in the criminal justice system are noticing an even more disturbing trend. A growing number of kids are getting hooked.

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San Diego Latino Film Festival At 25

March 13
By Beth Accomando, Nicholas McVicker

San Diego Latino Film Festival kicks off its 25th anniversary season on Thursday. Founder and executive director Ethan Van Thillo looks back on the festival's history.

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San Diego Hot Spot: Redevelopment Transforms North Park

March 14
By Ebone Monet

The evolution of North Park, one brewery at a time, is all part of a revitalization effort that took years of planning. Now one of the hottest spots in San Diego is still expanding.

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San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Classics And Standards

March 9
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Nina Garin

This weekend is all about the classics: a beloved ballet, a timeless band and a long-held Japanese tradition.

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What Sound Does A Fish Make? Scripps Scientist Wants To Know

March 7
By Claire Trageser

Ana Širović, an oceanographer at the Marine Bioacoustics Lab at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, is trying to find out what sounds fish make in the kelp beds off La Jolla Shores.

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San Diego Council Committee To Hear From Housing Commission On Voucher Program

March 5
By Claire Trageser

The San Diego Housing Commission will appear before a council committee later this month to explain its decision to opt out of a federal program aimed at desegregating cities.

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San Diego's Singing Bus Driver Auditions For America's Got Talent

March 5
By Katie Schoolov

A 66-year-old bus driver started singing for his passengers in 2017, hoping his music would help bring back memories and joy for the seniors he drives. Now, he's started performing on stage, and his fans have convinced him to audition for America's Got Talent.

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Feds Facing Lawsuit Over Cross-Border Sewage Spills In San Diego

March 2
By Erik Anderson

Imperial Beach and the Port of San Diego are pushing forward with plans to sue the federal government over cross-border sewage flows.

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San Diego Mayor Says Girls Empowerment Camp Will Go On Despite Discrimination Complaint

March 1
By Jade Hindmon

The complaint said the firefighting camp for girls discriminates against boys. Organizers said boys are welcome.

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Democrats Looking To Thin Crowded Field In Race For 49th Congressional District

Feb. 28
By Alison St John

The California Democratic Party’s decision not to endorse a candidate in the race to replace Rep. Darrell Issa puts the Democrats in a vulnerable position. The Flip the 49th campaign is looking for ways to narrow the field.

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Asylum-Seeking Mother Reunited With Her Baby After US Kept Apart For Weeks

Feb. 27
By Jean Guerrero

Olivia Caceres, an asylum seeker from El Salvador, has been reunited with her 1-year-old son, Mateo, after months of back-and-forth with The Office of Refugee Resettlement and Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

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How Long Does $1 Million Last In Retirement In San Diego?

Feb. 23
By Neiko Will

A new study looking at places to retire in the U.S. finds San Diego is not ideal due to high housing costs. But if you are willing to pay for the luxury America's finest city offers, or if you get creative, you can live out your golden years in style.