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Our Wild San Diego: Animals And Their Superpowers

March 27
By Dwane Brown
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Meet snakes that fish at lighting speed and creatures that walk on walls.

What's Behind Sea Lion Pups Stranded On California Beaches?

March 26
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More than 2,000 sea lion pups have been stranded along California beaches. Is it lack of food or the changing weather patterns? KPBS takes a look.

AAA: Distracted Driving A Factor In 58 Percent Of Teen Crashes

March 25
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Distractions — especially talking with passengers and using cellphones — play a far greater role in car crashes involving teen drivers than has been previously understood, according to compelling new evidence cited by safety researchers.

San Diego City Council Approves Plan for New Homeless Shelter

March 24
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The new shelter will be located in an existing building and offer 100 beds beginning April 1. An additional 250 beds will become available over the next couple of months, for a total of 350 by July 1.

San Marcos Teen Convicted Of Starting Cocos Fire

March 24
Midday Edition
By City News Service
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After a two-week non-jury trial, Judge Howard Shore ruled that the girl, now 14, intentionally set a fire in her backyard last May 13 then set another blaze the next day in her neighbor's backyard that sent an ember nearly a half- mile to spark the Cocos fire.

Councilman Kersey Is San Diego’s Open Data, Infrastructure Guy

March 24
By Claire Trageser
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Councilman Mark Kersey's fast-rising status has some predicting he will run for higher office, but he said he’s not thinking about that now.

Mission Valley Celebrates Grand Opening Of Affordable Housing Apartments

March 23
By Dwane Brown
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The apartments offer people living on limited incomes a chance to live in one of San Diego's newest neighborhoods.

Some San Diego Farmers Shut Off Water In Prolonged Drought

March 20
Midday Edition
By Susan Murphy
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San Diego’s 4,000 farms have been hit hard from drought — not because they have run out of water, but because water is squeezing their budgets.

Little Enthusiasm Among Aztecs For San Diego State's March Madness Game

March 20
By Dwane Brown
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San Diego State may be going to the NCAA tournament but there's little excitement among its community.

Tijuana-Based Band Nortec Collective Calls It Quits

March 20
Evening Edition
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The Grammy Award-winning group Nortec Collective is disbanding after releasing what they're calling their final album, "Motel Baja."

San Diego Drone Manufacturer Talks Regulations, Uses

March 20
Evening Edition
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Just this week the Federal Aviation Administration gave retail giant Amazon the green light to begin testing its air-delivery drones. KPBS Evening Edition spoke to the CEO of a Vista company that manufactures drones and drone parts.

Wireless Sensors Help Scientists Map Staph Spread Inside Hospital

March 20
Evening Edition
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Over four months of tracking and testing, French researchers mapped the hops that bacteria made from one person to another. Within a month, a third of patients were newly colonized with staph.

Town Hall Explores How California Community Colleges Can Build A Stronger Workforce

March 18
By Dwane Brown
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Leaders from San Diego colleges and businesses talked about the opportunities available for students.

Deportees Seek Work In Tijuana After Decades In U.S.

March 18
By Jean Guerrero
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A rising number of deportees in Tijuana have lost hope of returning to the U.S. and are trying to find permanent jobs in the border city. Most of them were living in the United States illegally.

Former Navy Corpsman Gets Wish Of A Lifetime In San Diego

March 17
By Dwane Brown
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Robert Mountz, 85, visited the USS Midway 60 years after serving on it.

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