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One Wall At A Time: Murals Transform San Diego's Lincoln Park

One Wall At A Time: Murals Transform San Diego's Lincoln Park

April 5
By Ebone Monet

A group of local artists help transform Imperial Avenue in Southeast San Diego with public art one wall at a time. The Urban Collaborative Project has brought them together with projects that continue to give back to the community.

MTS Seeks Feedback On Proposed Bus Route Changes

MTS Seeks Feedback On Proposed Bus Route Changes

April 3
By Andrew Bowen

The Metropolitan Transit System is seeking feedback on a plan to revamp its bus network with the goal of improving efficiency and fighting a trend of falling ridership. The system is holding open house events to present the changes throughout the week.

Judge Approves $25 Million Trump University Settlement

Judge Approves $25 Million Trump University Settlement

March 31
By Associated Press, Jean Guerrero

A judge on Friday approved an agreement for President Donald Trump to pay $25 million to settle lawsuits over his now-defunct Trump University.

San Diego Signs Historic Memorandum, Gaining Role In Mexico's Legis...

San Diego Signs Historic Memorandum, Gaining Role In Mexico's Legislative Process

March 28
By Jean Guerrero

The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce signed a historic memorandum of understanding with Mexico's Senate to collaborate on regional issues.

Rare Butterfly Returns To San Diego National Wildlife Refuge

Rare Butterfly Returns To San Diego National Wildlife Refuge

March 27
By Erik Anderson

Endangered Quino Checkerspot Butterflies are flying on the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge this spring for the first time in years.

Nonprofit Developers Strive To Preserve Affordable Housing

Nonprofit Developers Strive To Preserve Affordable Housing

March 24
By Alison St John, Katie Schoolov

While cities struggle to get approval for higher density and new affordable housing, older affordable housing is disappearing.

Oceanside, Losing Ground On Affordable Housing, Touts New Units

Oceanside, Losing Ground On Affordable Housing, Touts New Units

March 17
By Alison St John

The city of Oceanside will open a new affordable housing project later this year, the largest it has ever completed. But the city is losing affordable housing faster than it is building it.

SDSU Students Help Shape Climate Plan In Lemon Grove

SDSU Students Help Shape Climate Plan In Lemon Grove

March 16
By Erik Anderson

Climate action plans remain elusive for most of the county's cities, but Lemon Grove is enrolling students in an effort to reduce the city's climate impacts.

San Diego And Tijuana Sign Renewed Cooperation Agreement

San Diego And Tijuana Sign Renewed Cooperation Agreement

March 13
By Andrew Bowen

The mayors of San Diego and Tijuana have signed an updated memorandum of understanding that pledges closer cross-border cooperation. The news comes as President Donald Trump is moving forward with plans to build a border wall — something both mayors have spoken against.

MTS Launching Mobile Ticketing App — With Limits

MTS Launching Mobile Ticketing App — With Limits

March 9
By Andrew Bowen

The Metropolitan Transit System is launching a new app that aims to make it easier and more convenient for passengers to pay bus and trolley fares. But for people who ride public transit just once in a day, the app won't be much help.

Effort To Capture Remaining Vaquita Porpoises Continues

Effort To Capture Remaining Vaquita Porpoises Continues

March 8
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

With just 30 vaquitas left, Barbara Taylor, a marine mammal expert, discusses the latest effort to keep the world’s smallest porpoise from going extinct.

Intersection In Southeastern San Diego Finally Gets Crosswalk

Intersection In Southeastern San Diego Finally Gets Crosswalk

March 8
By Andrew Bowen

City officials have installed a crosswalk at an intersection in the Mount Hope neighborhood after months of lobbying from residents and business owners. Activists are hoping it will serve as a catalyst for more neighborhood engagement.

NAFTA Changes Could Put A Dip In Guacamole Sales

NAFTA Changes Could Put A Dip In Guacamole Sales

March 8
By Steve Walsh

A recent temporary shortage of Mexican avocados highlights how difficult it will be to untangle the relationships built since the North American Free Trade Agreement began in 1994.

San Diego Class Shows Dogs Are Naturals At Meditation

San Diego Class Shows Dogs Are Naturals At Meditation

March 7
By Claire Trageser

Meditation is becoming more common in helping people learn to calm down and worry less. But a six-week Wellbeing for Dogs + Their Humans class in La Jolla is taking the practice a step further, teaching meditation to dogs alongside their human companions.

Trump's Revised Order Affects Six Muslim-Majority Countries, Suspen...

Trump's Revised Order Affects Six Muslim-Majority Countries, Suspends Refugee Program

March 6
By Associated Press, Jean Guerrero

Without fanfare, President Donald Trump signed a scaled-back version of his controversial ban on many foreign travelers Monday, hoping to avoid a new round of lawsuits and outrage while fulfilling a central campaign promise.