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Stigma Against Mental Illness Is Built Into Health Care S...

Stigma Against Mental Illness Is Built Into Health Care System

Jan. 4
By Kenny Goldberg

Part 2 — People with serious mental health challenges are often considered to be different, dangerous or even beyond help. That kind of stigma against mental illness can exist in our health care system too.

For Those With Mental Illness, Battling Stigma Is First S...

For Those With Mental Illness, Battling Stigma Is First Step In Getting Help

Jan. 3
By Kenny Goldberg

Part 1 — Nearly one out of five Americans suffer from it. But that hasn’t prevented the stigma of mental illness from being a powerful and damaging force.

Seven-Year-Old San Diego Girl Vies For Gaming Glory

Seven-Year-Old San Diego Girl Vies For Gaming Glory

Dec. 29, 2017
By Michael Lipkin

Dana Fischer wants to be one of the world’s best "Magic: The Gathering" players and she is starting early.

Rep. Peters On Tax Reform, Yucca Mountain, Healthcare For...

Rep. Peters On Tax Reform, Yucca Mountain, Healthcare For Veterans

Dec. 28, 2017
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

The tax reform package passed the House and Senate earlier this month without a single Democratic vote. But Democrats are hoping to have more of a say in Washington, D.C., soon, as the party gears up for midterm elections in November 2018.

Electric Vehicles Showcased At San Diego International Au...

Electric Vehicles Showcased At San Diego International Auto Show Opening

Dec. 28, 2017
By City News Service

The San Diego International Auto Show is scheduled to open a five-day run on Thursday at the San Diego Convention Center with EV Day, showcasing electric vehicles.

San Diego Offers Free Christmas Tree Recycling

San Diego Offers Free Christmas Tree Recycling

Dec. 26, 2017
By City News Service, Megan Burks

San Diego kicked off its 44th annual Christmas tree recycling program on Tuesday, with drop-off sites set up around the city for residents who don't have curbside refuse pickup service.

Lemon Grove Mayor Hopes To Attract More Business In 2018

Lemon Grove Mayor Hopes To Attract More Business In 2018

Dec. 22, 2017
By Ebone Monet

Mayor Racquel Vasquez talks about what's appealing in her city of 25,000 people.

Shopping Smart This Holiday Season

Shopping Smart This Holiday Season

Dec. 18, 2017
By Ebone Monet

Federal numbers show that people are expected to spend more than what they earn this holiday shopping season and more American are carrying more debt than ever before.

Holiday Shopping Boom Boosts Retail Sales

Holiday Shopping Boom Boosts Retail Sales

Dec. 14, 2017
By Ebone Monet

The holiday season brings Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Green Monday and the overall hunt for deals in San Diego and beyond. A federal report shows American shoppers helped boost retail sales at the start of the holiday season.

Oceanside Monk Leaves A Sweet Legacy Through Beekeeping

Oceanside Monk Leaves A Sweet Legacy Through Beekeeping

Dec. 13, 2017
By Maya Trabulsi

Brother Blaise of Oceanside's Prince of Peace Abbey will carry beekeeping to the end of his days.

Parts Of Fallbrook In Ashes After Lilac Fire

Parts Of Fallbrook In Ashes After Lilac Fire

Dec. 7, 2017
By City News Service, KPBS News

Driven by Santa Ana winds, a brush fire ignited Thursday morning off of Interstate 15 and State Route 76 in the Bonsall-Fallbrook area, burning at least 4,100 acres, destroying at least 65 structures, according to fire officials.

Mission Bay Facelift Considered By Park Committee

Mission Bay Facelift Considered By Park Committee

Dec. 5, 2017
By Erik Anderson

The effort to transform Mission Bay's northeast corner could be moving forward.

New 3D Printing Technology Displayed At San Diego Expo

New 3D Printing Technology Displayed At San Diego Expo

Dec. 4, 2017
By Katie Schoolov

3D Printers have taken over the San Diego Convention Center downtown as part of the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo. The Expo brings together the latest innovations in 3D printer technology to 1,000 attendees.

SDSU Unveils Campus Expansion Plan For Mission Valley

SDSU Unveils Campus Expansion Plan For Mission Valley

Nov. 29, 2017
By City News Service, Erik Anderson

San Diego State University Wednesday unveiled a $3 billion plan to expand the campus into Mission Valley and redevelop the former Qualcomm Stadium property.

Community Group Sues To Oppose Privatization Of Escondido...

Community Group Sues To Oppose Privatization Of Escondido City Library

Nov. 28, 2017
By City News Service, Matt Hoffman

Opponents of a move by the city of Escondido to outsource its library functions to save money announced Tuesday that they've filed a lawsuit contending that the action violated state law.