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Civil Rights Attorney Eva Paterson Headlines All Peoples Celebration

Jan. 15
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Civil rights attorney Eva Paterson was the keynote speaker at Monday's All Peoples Celebration in San Diego. She is the president and co-founder of the Equal Justice Society.

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The Shrinking Salton Sea Endangers Region's Health

Jan. 15
By Erik Anderson

California’s largest lake, the Imperial Valley’s Salton Sea, is poised to begin shrinking at an unprecedented speed this year. The retreat is raising concerns about the future of a place that is considered both an ecological treasure and a looming public health disaster.

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Cleanup In City Heights Benefits Somali Neighborhood

Jan. 12
By Matt Hoffman

More than 250 volunteers gathered near 50th Street and University Avenue on Friday to pick up trash, build benches and lay fresh coats of paint.

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San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Arts In North County

Jan. 12
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Nina Garin

North County is in the midst of transforming into an arts hub, and this weekend's exhibition of work by Niki de Saint Phalle and play based on a Jules Verne novel are good examples why.

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Churches Say Hepatitis A Outbreak Adds Fuel To Opposition Against Meals For Homeless

Jan. 12
By Claire Trageser

Local governments and organizations across the county have long been pressuring churches to stop serving meals to people who are homeless, but some church leaders and churchgoers say this service is part of their religion.

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Rep. Darrell Issa To Retire From Congress

Jan. 10
By Associated Press, KPBS News and Michael R. Blood, Kevin Freking

Republican Rep. Darrell Issa of California announced Wednesday he will not seek re-election after serving out his ninth term in Congress.

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Some (Not All) Refugees Find New Homes After Improper Resettlement Practices

Jan. 9
By Tarryn Mento

We follow up with some refugee families months after a KPBS investigation found a San Diego resettlement agency's improper housing placement practices put them at risk of losing their homes.

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San Diego County Grand Jury Applications At Historic Low

Jan. 8
By Matt Hoffman

With less than a week before applications are due for the 2018-2019 jury, San Diego Superior Court officials said just 56 applications have been collected.

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San Diego's Top Weekend Events: 'Hamilton'-mania

Jan. 5
By Alison St John, Nina Garin

"Hamilton," the smash musical opens in San Diego this weekend and so many people are excited, even those who don't like theater.

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Fatal Shooting Of San Diego Area Official During Mexico Vacation Remains A Mystery

Jan. 5
By Jean Guerrero

Douglas Bradley, administrative services director for the City of Imperial Beach, was on a surfing trip in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, Mexico, when he was fatally shot.

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Education Is Key To Conquering Stigma Against Mental Illness

Jan. 5
By Kenny Goldberg

Part 3 — The stigma associated with mental illness is a destructive force. A number of efforts are underway in San Diego to combat it.

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Build Up Financial Fitness With Smart Budget Strategies

Jan. 4
By Ebone Monet

San Diego Financial Adviser offers top tips for financial fitness in 2018.

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California Boaters Under 20 Now Need A License

Jan. 4
By Claire Trageser

For years, anyone could just hop on a boat and drive it without training. Now, the state is requiring boaters to get licenses.

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San Diego Researcher Finds Oxygen Getting Rarer In Oceans

Jan. 4
By Erik Anderson

A growing threat to the planet’s oceans may be getting worse because of climate change.

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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.