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El Cajon Alpaca Farm Offers Black Friday Alternative

Nov. 28
By Jill Replogle
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A Simple Time farm's Black Friday sale prices on alpacas ranged from $250 to $4,000.

'Small Business Saturday' Keeps Money In The Local Economy

Nov. 28
Evening Edition
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The Saturday after Thanksgiving is celebrated as the day to buy local with pro-small-business campaign underway around the county.

FDA: Calorie Count To Help Americans Make Better Food Choices

Nov. 28
Evening Edition
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People in the U.S. spend more than 50 percent of their paychecks on dining out. New rules announced by the FDA could make it easier to track those calories.

Double Pay Proposed For California Workers On Major Holidays

Nov. 26
Evening Edition
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A San Diego lawmaker is proposing a bill to take the sting out of working on Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Coping With The Holiday Blues

Nov. 26
Evening Edition
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The holidays are supposed to be a joyous time. But they could also bring on stress, anxiety and other mental illnesses. Experts offer practical solutions to keeping the holiday blues at bay.

A Half-Million San Diegans Struggle To Put Food On Thanksgiving Table

Nov. 26
By Susan Murphy
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Thanksgiving is one day of the year when fewer poor people go hungry in San Diego County because charities overflow with volunteers to serve hot turkey dinners to those in need. But the rest of the year, a half-million people struggle to put food on the table.

Beware Of Exploding Turkeys

Nov. 25
By Erik Anderson
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Deep-frying is a popular, but dangerous way to fix a Thanksgiving Day turkey. Firefighting trainees at Chula Vista’s Southwestern College share tips to avoid disaster.

San Diego’s Mexican Consulate Pledges Help For Obama’s Immigration Reforms

Nov. 24
By Erik Anderson
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The Mexican Consulate in San Diego is promising to reach out to people who may be eligible for relief under President Barack Obama’s immigration reforms.

Group Teaches San Diegans How To Slaughter Animals For Food

Nov. 24
By Angela Carone
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Death for Food, a group of San Diego food writers, ranchers and documentarians, wants to connect meat eaters to the process of how meat gets made by demonstrating how to slaughter animals. Animal-rights activists and vegans are not happy about it.

Documentary Raises Questions About Mexican Cartel Leader's Arrest

Nov. 21
Evening Edition
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A new documentary — "¿Es El Chapo?" — opened Friday in Chula Vista and raises questions about Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's capture.

San Diego Communities Respond To Obama's Immigration Plan

Nov. 21
By Dwane Brown
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More than two dozen people gathered Friday on the steps of St. Joseph Cathedral in downtown San Diego to talk about the effect President Barack Obama's immigration action orders will have on San Diego families.

San Diego’s Richest Poor Neighborhood, Two Decades Later

Nov. 18
By Megan Burks
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In 1993, Sol Price flipped the switch on what has become decades of philanthropic investment in City Heights. Two foundations have spent more than a quarter of a billion dollars there since 2000. So what's become of all that money? Are residents better off because of it?

Southwestern College Plugs Into Its Solar Potential

Nov. 19
By Erik Anderson
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Southwestern College unveils a $13 million solar array system on its Chula Vista campus parking lots. The new structures will generate 3 megawatts of power.

San Diego, Tijuana Mayors Pledge More Cooperation

Nov. 18
By Erik Anderson
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Directors and department heads from the cities of San Diego and Tijuana will meet twice a year under a new agreement, starting in January.

Mexicans Protest Disappearance Of 43 Students

Nov. 18
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An estimated 22,000 people have gone missing in Mexico since 2006. But lately, anger has reached a tremendous pitch in the country as a result of the kidnapping and disappearance of 43 students.

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