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Program Teaches San Diego Students How To Pay For College

Feb. 10
By Matthew Bowler

For some students the costs of college can be daunting. The program Achieve UC aims to show low-income students that college is within reach.

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San Diego Neighborhoods Close In Distance, Miles Apart In Voter Turnout

Feb. 10
Evening Edition

Kensington and the Teralta neighborhood in City Heights butt up against each other geographically, but they have stark differences. One example: In Kensington, 62 percent of registered voters cast ballots in the 2014 general election compared to 27 percent in Teralta.

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Stillbirths Still A Problem In The U.S.

Feb. 4
By Kenny Goldberg

Despite advances in medicine, about 1 in 160 pregnancies in the U.S. results in a stillbirth. Nearly 24,000 babies are stillborn in America each year.

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San Diego Architects Take Another Look At Solar

Feb. 3
By Tom Fudge

Local architects are finding new ways to incorporate solar into homes and buildings.

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Windy Storm Pummeled San Diego County

Jan. 31
Midday Edition
Evening Edition

Cold weather is expected to persist Monday night after a storm brought violent winds leading to widespread power outages, toppled trees and one person's death when a tree crushed four cars in Pacific Beach.

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Family Tradition Survives In Market Creek Mural Project

Feb. 1
By Claire Trageser

The "Community Faces" mural at Market Creek Plaza in southeastern San Diego has come down and will be replaced with a new one showing faces of younger community members. But in one family, the tradition will carry on.

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Former Filner Chief Of Staff Writes Tell-All Book

Jan. 29
Midday Edition
Evening Edition

Lee Burdick's book, "Bob Filner's Monster: The Unraveling of an American Mayor and What We Can Learn From It," is an insider's account of the sexual harassment scandal that brought down San Diego's mayor.

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Opposition Builds Against San Diego Televangelist Project

Jan. 29
By Andrew Bowen

An 18-acre development planned by San Diego-based televangelist Morris Cerullo will soon go before the Mission Valley Planning Group. Several groups are concerned about Cerullo's anti-gay preaching and the project’s impact on traffic.

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Tijuana Migrants Hide In Tunnels As Police Raids Get Deadly

Jan. 28
Midday Edition
By Jean Guerrero

To hide from the police, hundreds of homeless migrants in Tijuana have taken shelter in dark tunnels branching out from the city's river canal. Some get struck and killed on nearby highways when police find them and they try to flee.

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Black Hair Care Pioneer Subject Of Escondido Museum Exhibit

Jan. 26
By Angela Carone

San Diegan Willie Morrow's career and collection of hair care memorabilia are the centerpiece of a new exhibit about the history and culture surrounding African-American hair.

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El Niño Gives Glimpse Of Sea Level Rise On San Diego Beaches

Jan. 25
By Alison St John

Sea cliffs have crumbled and several beaches in North County have eroded down to pebbles by high tides and El Niño storms. This winter may reveal how expensive it would be to preserve San Diego beaches as sea levels rise.

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San Diego Boat Show Sails Into Good Markets

Jan. 22
By Steve Walsh

With 150 boats on display this weekend, from inflatables to a $4 million yacht, the market for recreational watercraft seems to be doing more than just staying afloat.

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San Diego Flights Canceled Due To Blizzard

Jan. 22
Evening Edition

The blizzard rolling into the Midwest and East Coast resulted in the cancellation of a couple handfuls of departing flights and a few arrivals Friday at Lindbergh Field in San Diego.

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First Green Navy Fleet Leaves San Diego

Jan. 20
Evening Edition

A scheduled seven-month deployment began Wednesday for three San Diego-based vessels, which became the first Navy ships to use an alternative fuel mix during regular operations.

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San Diego, Baja High Schoolers Working To Solve Global Problems

Jan. 20
By Matthew Bowler

A group of San Diego and Baja California high schoolers gathered at the University of San Diego to address some of the world's toughest problems.