As Cunningham recalls the early days of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and the 30 years he dedicated to combating it, the experience deeply affected him. Seeing so many around him die ... Read more/news/2015/jun/09/lgbt-pride-month-local-hero-terry-cunningham-dedic/
Becoming a politician was the last thing on Christine Kehoe’s mind when she was growing up in Troy, New York. She didn’t even run for student government at her high ... Read more/news/2015/jun/08/lgbt-pride-month-local-hero-christine-kehoe-improv/
- June 26
The Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage is historic. The decision on the Affordable Care Act is significant. The California budget for fiscal 2016 — on time and not contentious — may be both.
- June 25
A new UC San Diego Extension initiative wants to create a college-going culture on the Viejas and Sycuan reservations. Its summer classes are aimed at helping Native American students not only feel prepared for college, but making them eager to go in the first place.
- June 19
The majority of refugees coming to the San Diego region now settle in El Cajon.
- June 15
J Street, the self described political home for pro-Israeli, pro-peace Americans, is hosting a screening tonight of "1913: Seeds of Conflict," a documentary that explores how the seeds of today’s Middle East conflict were sown in Palestine during the Ottoman Empire.
- June 8
Tijuana’s rising reputation as a food destination continues to attract visitors from around the globe, despite a spike in murders this spring.
- June 3
Wednesday marks the last day for flights to operate at the Commuter Terminal at Lindbergh Field.
- May 28
The animals were soaked as up to 105,000 gallons of oil spilled near Refugio Beach.
- May 28
A former veterinarian claims in a lawsuit that San Diego county's animal shelter mistreated dogs by leaving them in unheated kennels, calling the dogs "ice puppies."
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