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When A Tragedy Occurs, San Diego's TIP Volunteers Respond With Emotional Support

Feb. 2
By Kenny Goldberg

When someone experiences a traumatic event in San Diego County, specially-trained volunteers from the TIP program offer emotional first aid.

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City Announces New Police Chief

Feb. 1
By City News Service, KPBS News

The San Diego Police Department has announced Assistant Chief of Police David Nisleit will become the new city police chief. He will take over the job after current Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman retires in March.

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Dream Delivery Service Comes To San Diego

Feb. 1
By Claire Trageser

Riding into the early morning hours on his bike, poet Mathias Svalina delivers customized poems to his subscribers.

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City To Buy Downtown Building To House Homeless Services Center

Jan. 30
By City News Service, Matt Hoffman

The San Diego City Council Monday unanimously approved the purchase of a downtown building to house a homeless-services center.

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VA Expands Programs To Target Suicide Prevention

Jan. 30
By Steve Walsh

The White House gives the Department of Veterans Affairs 60 days to enroll nearly all veterans in mental health care as they leave the military. Critics worry the tight time frame will impact care at the VA.

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'Paddle Out' Honors Murdered Imperial Beach City Official

Jan. 29
By Jean Guerrero

A month after Douglas Bradley was fatally shot on vacation in southern Mexico, more than a dozen friends and colleagues paddled out into the Imperial Beach waves in his memory.

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UCSD Students Design 'Game Console For Dogs'

Jan. 29
By Claire Trageser

Two students from UC San Diego have started a company called CleverPet, a game console for dogs where they have to play to get their food.

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Buena Vista Lagoon's Future Still Unclear

Jan. 26
By Erik Anderson

SANDAG needs more time to consider whether the county’s only freshwater coastal lagoon will remain walled off from the ocean.

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Annual Census Of Homeless People In San Diego Kicks Off

Jan. 26
By City News Service

Volunteers Friday will conduct the annual census of homeless people living on San Diego County streets and shelters.

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How To Succeed In The Restaurant Business In San Diego

Jan. 25
By Bennett Lacy

As part of San Diego Restaurant Week, we take a look behind the scenes of running a restaurant.

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A Look At The Artistic Protest Inspired By Trump's Wall Prototypes

Jan. 24
By Jean Guerrero

Visual artists in San Diego used the border wall prototypes for an artistic protest, projecting light graffiti onto their surfaces with messages like "Refugees welcome here."

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Mexican Billionaire-Linked Donations To Dumanis’ 2012 Mayoral Campaign Higher Than Thought

Jan. 23
By Amita Sharma

Even though a Mexican businessman convicted of illegally pumping cash into San Diego campaigns went to prison in October, his shadow may linger over an upcoming county supervisor’s race.

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Holy Nostalgia! Batman '66 Exhibit Brings Back Great Memories

Jan. 22
By Beth Accomando

In 1966 ABC launched the "Batman" TV show starring Adam West and Burt Ward as the Caped Crusaders. Although it was canceled after three seasons, the show has remained a fan favorite.

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SDG&E To Unveil New Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Projects

Jan. 19
By City News Service, Erik Anderson

San Diego Gas & Electric Friday will unveil several new projects at the 10th Avenue Marine Terminal to expand the county's electric vehicle charging infrastructure to support semi-trucks and other commercial vehicles.

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San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Unconventional Art Experiences

Jan. 19
By Michael Lipkin, Nina Garin

With dance, visual art and music exploring new themes and ideas, this is a good weekend if you’re looking to experience art outside your comfort zone.