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Ultimate Dinosaurs Stomp Into theNAT

Ultimate Dinosaurs Stomp Into theNAT

Feb. 27
By Beth Accomando, Kris Arciaga

Something big is coming to theNAT, it is Ultimate Dinosaurs, but you will not find the dinosaurs you learned about as a kid. Instead, it is a whole new crop of dinos from the Southern Hemisphere that you may not have seen before.

San Diego Clubs Create A Home For Jazz

San Diego Clubs Create A Home For Jazz

Feb. 27
By Tom Fudge

A tale of jazz venues shows a network of players and impresarios who create a brimming San Diego scene.

Deported Mexicans Say Bridge Death Linked To Larger Suicide Problem

Deported Mexicans Say Bridge Death Linked To Larger Suicide Problem

Feb. 22
By Jean Guerrero

Officials said a deported Mexican man, Guadalupe Olivas Valencia, likely threw himself from a bridge an hour after he was deported to Tijuana on Tuesday.

City Heights Running Club Supports Students On And Off The Track

City Heights Running Club Supports Students On And Off The Track

Feb. 22
By Tarryn Mento

The club is hosting its fifth annual 5K fundraiser on Saturday to help sustain its operations.

Congressman Scott Peters Discusses Current Political Climate In DC

Congressman Scott Peters Discusses Current Political Climate In DC

Feb. 22
By Erik Anderson

Rep. Scott Peters, D-San Diego, is dealing with an unprecedented political environment in Washington. The third term Democrat represents the 52nd district in San Diego and he’s home during the congressional recess.

US Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky To Perform At Point Loma Writer's Sy...

US Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky To Perform At Point Loma Writer's Symposium

Feb. 21
By Megan Burke, Maureen Cavanaugh

Pinsky and members of the Point Loma Nazarene University Jazz Combo preview their performance Tuesday on Midday Edition.

$5 Million Question For San Diego Organizations: What’s The Future ...

$5 Million Question For San Diego Organizations: What’s The Future Of Humanities Grants?

Feb. 20
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource

Deep within the Women’s Museum of California’s floor-to-ceiling historical archive is a weathered leather suitcase, filled with photographs and mementos from Grace Robinson, who served in the WAVES, a U.S. Navy’s women’s reserve program during World War II.

Seismic Research Explores San Onofre's Earthquake, Tsunami Risks

Seismic Research Explores San Onofre's Earthquake, Tsunami Risks

Feb. 16
By Alison St John

New seismic research from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography explores the earthquake and tsunami threats to the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station site, where nuclear waste will be stored indefinitely. The results will be presented Thursday night to Edison's Community Engagement Panel.

San Diego May Get Elusive River Park In Mission Valley

San Diego May Get Elusive River Park In Mission Valley

Feb. 15
By Erik Anderson

Mission Valley could be in line for a major redevelopment now that the Chargers have dumped San Diego for a home in Los Angeles and that project may be the catalyst for a long sought after San Diego river park.

San Diego Couples Get Hitched On Valentine's Day

San Diego Couples Get Hitched On Valentine's Day

Feb. 14
By City News Service

Take a look at some of the many couples who decided to get hitched on Valentine's Day this year.

US Homeland Security Secretary Tells San Diego Police He Doesn't 'H...

US Homeland Security Secretary Tells San Diego Police He Doesn't 'Have A Clue' What A Sanctuary City Is

Feb. 13
By Associated Press

U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly told San Diego law enforcement officials on a tour of nation's border with Mexico Friday that he couldn't define a sanctuary city.

Calls Grow For San Diego Union Boss To Step Down Amid Sexual Harass...

Calls Grow For San Diego Union Boss To Step Down Amid Sexual Harassment, Gender Discrimination Allegations

Feb. 13
By Ebone Monet, Claire Trageser

Calls for Mickey Kasparian to step down or go on leave are amplifying. Two months ago, Kasparian, who is the head of one of San Diego County’s biggest unions, was sued by two former employees for sexual harassment and gender discrimination, among other claims.

Old Faucets Taint Water At San Ysidro Schools

Old Faucets Taint Water At San Ysidro Schools

Feb. 9
By Erik Anderson

The San Ysidro School District has shut off the water taps and brought in bottled water to students and staff at three schools.

After Settling In San Diego, Struggle Doesn't End For Some Syrian R...

After Settling In San Diego, Struggle Doesn't End For Some Syrian Refugees

Feb. 8
By Tarryn Mento

Many refugee families are worried about making ends meet after they’ve resettled in San Diego.

Two San Diego Women Launch National Ridesharing Service For The Eld...

Two San Diego Women Launch National Ridesharing Service For The Elderly

Feb. 6
By Claire Trageser

Two San Diego natives have created a national service that connects those without smartphones, to a ride from Uber or Lyft.

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