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Asylum-Seeking Mother Reunited With Her Baby After US Kept Apart For Weeks

Feb. 27
By Jean Guerrero

Olivia Caceres, an asylum seeker from El Salvador, has been reunited with her 1-year-old son, Mateo, after months of back-and-forth with The Office of Refugee Resettlement and Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

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How Long Does $1 Million Last In Retirement In San Diego?

Feb. 23
By Neiko Will

A new study looking at places to retire in the U.S. finds San Diego is not ideal due to high housing costs. But if you are willing to pay for the luxury America's finest city offers, or if you get creative, you can live out your golden years in style.

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San Diego Won't Join Federal Voucher Program Aimed At Desegregating Neighborhoods

Feb. 22
By Claire Trageser

The high cost of living in San Diego is pushing poorer, often minority residents into certain neighborhoods. However, a federal housing voucher plan aims to change this by helping San Diegans who want to live in more expensive areas. But the city isn’t using the program.

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First Person: From Refugee To Proprietor

Feb. 19
By Tarryn Mento

Queentabel Banka opened her hair braiding business in San Diego's City Heights neighborhood shortly after arriving in the U.S.

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Mira Mesa Woman Covers Her Yard In A Mosaic 'An Inch At A Time'

Feb. 19
By Claire Trageser

People honor loved ones who've passed away in different ways. For Mira Mesa resident Lois Horowitz, that means completing a project her husband started years ago.

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Trump Policy Spotlights San Diego's Nuclear Past

Feb. 16
By Steve Walsh

The latest Nuclear Posture Review seeks to bring back types of weapons mothballed after the Cold War, raising speculation over whether that ultimately means a return of nuclear weapons to San Diego.

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National Study: San Diego’s Fern Street Circus Helps At-Risk Youth Develop Social And Emotional Skills

Feb. 15
By Katie Schoolov

A new study shows an unusual type of after-school program is especially helpful for at-risk youth: the circus.

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San Diego Sports Program Teaches Teens Life Lessons Through Cycling

Feb. 13
By Matthew Bowler

San Diego VeloYouth program teaches students life lessons on and off the bike at Balboa Park.

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San Diego Opens Door To Small-Scale Community Composting

Feb. 12
By Andrew Bowen

Small-scale composting could grow in San Diego after the City Council opened a new permitting process for organic waste collection.

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Beyond The Runway: Dresses Inspire San Diego Girls Ahead Of Valentine’s Day

Feb. 9
By Ebone Monet

A nonprofit donates designer dresses to San Diego girls in need and offers another gift if they achieve their goals.

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What All Parents Can Learn From This Mom's Fight For Transitional Kindergarten In Del Mar

Feb. 9
By Megan Burks

A small group of California school districts, including three in San Diego County, have stopped offering transitional kindergarten. We follow one parent’s struggle to find out why.

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10-Year-Old Oceanside Artist Raises Thousands Of Dollars For Lilac Fire Survivor

Feb. 7
By Ebone Monet

An Oceanside boy is raising money for a horse trainer injured in the Lilac Fire by selling prints of his painting.

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San Diego State Might Tap Taxpayer Funds To Expand Into Mission Valley

Feb. 6
By Erik Anderson

San Diego State University’s vision to reshape part of Mission Valley into an auxiliary campus is being touted as a $3 billion plan that will not use taxpayer dollars. But the prohibition on public funding is not an ironclad directive.

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New Economy: San Diego Professor Explains Dollars And Cents Of Super Bowl Ads

Feb. 2
By Ebone Monet

A San Diego State marketing lecturer says advertisers are willing to pay big bucks to capture the attention of Super Bowl fans Sunday.

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Workshop Teaches Cannabis Industry Of New 'Track And Trace' System

Feb. 2
By Andrew Bowen

About 60 cannabis professionals gathered in San Diego on Friday to learn about California's new system to track all cannabis products in the state.