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Cate, Kim Battle For More Than Just A San Diego City Council Seat

Oct. 23
By Tarryn Mento
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If you don’t live in Clairemont, Mira Mesa, Kearny Mesa or part of Rancho Peñasquitos, you may be unaware of the District 6 City Council race between Democrat Carol Kim and Republican Chris Cate, but nearly $1.5 million has poured into the race.

Several North County Mayors Facing Challengers In November

Oct. 22
By Alison St John
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Seven of North County’s nine cities now have elected mayors. But what difference does an elected mayor make?

Group Wants MTS To Run 'Get Out the Vote' Ads

Oct. 21
By Dwane Brown
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With the election just two weeks away, a San Diego coalition promoting social justice wants MTS to run ads encouraging people to get out and vote.

Five People Alive Today Thanks To SDSU Student

Oct. 20
By Dwane Brown
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SDSU freshman Sara Stelzer was taken off life-support Saturday after losing a brief battle with meningococcal meningitis, and five other people were given new life because she was a registered organ donor.

What Would Prop. 1 — The State Water Bond — Do For San Diego?

Oct. 20
By Erik Anderson
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California's punishing four-year drought sets the parched scene for Proposition 1 — a $7.5 billion water bond on the Nov. 4 ballot. Critics say most of the money won't help San Diego.

PAWS San Diego Helps Low-Income Families Keep Their Pets

Oct. 17
By Dwane Brown
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For more than 20 years, Pets Are Wonderful Support, PAWS, has provided services and support to low-income families with pets.

San Diego Residents, Oil Industry Worry About Gas Price Increases

Oct. 16
Evening Edition
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California's landmark greenhouse gas reduction legislation could push up the price of gasoline in January. Community leaders worry it will be unfair to people living on the margins.

By The Numbers: How Diverse Is Your Neighborhood?

Oct. 15
Evening Edition
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What are the chances you’ll walk out of your house in San Diego and run into someone of a different race and ethnicity? An inewsource analysis tells you the answer.

Battle Over Proposition 46 Focuses On Medical Malpractice Awards

Oct. 15
Midday Edition
By Kenny Goldberg
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The fight over Proposition 46 is proving to be one of the most expensive in this fall’s election. Supporters say it will enhance patient safety, but critics call it a money grab by trial attorneys.

Female Vets Face Tough Transition To Civilian Life

Oct. 14
By Dwane Brown
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Female veterans transition out of military life to civilian life in different ways than their male counterparts. The California Research Bureau says female veterans are not aware of state and federal programs that can help them and many are at risk of becoming homeless.

Prop. 45 Seeks To Limit Health Insurance Price Hikes

Oct. 14
By Kenny Goldberg
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Prop 45 on the November ballot aims to put a stop to rising health insurance costs.

Effort Started To Get More Recycled Water From Padre Dam

Oct. 13
By Dwane Brown
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Officials broke ground Monday on a $275,000 project that focuses on expanding the Padre Dam's recycling facility in Santee so a more reliable water supply may be possible for the East County.

New Murals At Mission Valley Mall Celebrate San Diego's Neighborhoods

Oct. 10
By Katie Schoolov
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Seven bold new murals by artist Michael Makram Nicola adorn the Mission Valley mall, each one celebrating a different San Diego neighborhood and playing a part in cutting down on graffiti.

Smartphones On Wheels: A Safer Alternative To Texting While Driving?

Oct. 10
By David Wagner
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Cars are becoming more like huge, rolling smartphones. Will embedding features right into the dashboard reduce driver distraction? Or make crashes more common?

Peters Vs. DeMaio — A Closer Look At Their Contentious Congressional Race

Oct. 9
By Claire Trageser
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The race between incumbent Democratic Rep. Scott Peters and Republican Carl DeMaio for San Diego's 52nd Congressional District is one of the few House races that's a toss up this November.

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