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Congress Tries 1-Week Bill To Keep Homeland Security Open

Feb. 27
By Associated Press
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Hours after conservatives joined with Democrats to vote down a three-week funding measure, 224-203, the Senate presented a one-week alternative to keep open the agency.

San Diego Museum Unveils 'Fragile Waters' Exhibit

Feb. 27
By Dwane Brown
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Ansel Adams, Ernest Brooks and Dorothy Kerper Monnelly are the names behind an inspiring ecological exhibit that is making a stop at the Maritime Museum.

A Conversation With Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Alicia Garza

Feb. 27
Evening Edition
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Alicia Garza, a UC San Diego graduate, is in San Diego to discuss the history and future of the Black Lives Matter movement and the role of campus activism.

Judge Allows Deported Mexicans To Return For Hearings

Feb. 27
By City News Service
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Hundreds of non-citizens who signed "voluntary return" forms in Southern California and were expelled to Mexico will be given the chance to apply to return to the U.S. and seek legal status,.

Administration Circulates Plans For Possible Homeland Security Shutdown

Feb. 27
By Associated Press
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The Obama administration is circulating procedures for how the Department of Homeland Security will operate in the event of a midnight shutdown.

ZMapp Trial Launches In Liberia, U.S.

Feb. 27
By David Wagner
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An Ebola drug developed in San Diego has already been used in last-ditch efforts to save lives. Now it will be rigorously studied.

Mira Mesa High Band Invited To Perform At Rose Parade

Feb. 27
By Matthew Bowler, City News Service
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The Mira Mesa band, nicknamed "Sapphire Sound," will be the first from the San Diego Unified School District to appear in the Rose Parade in nearly 30 years.

Roundtable On Cory Briggs, One Paseo, Women In Combat

Feb. 27
By Pat Finn, Tom Fudge
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Prominent San Diego attorney Cory Briggs is involved in some real estate deals that some find questionable. The controversial One Paseo development in Carmel Valley sails through the San Diego City Council. The Marine Corps is exploring whether women can take on combat roles.

Rescue Workers Continue Search For Missing Hiker At Palomar Mountain

Feb. 27
By City News Service
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San Diego-area authorities, aided by search teams from Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties, resumed the search for Chris Slyvia.

Lawsuit Could Change How Californians Pay For Water

Feb. 27
By Associated Press
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A lawsuit filed against the city of San Juan Capistrano alleges that tiered water rates — which are used by two-thirds of California water providers, including the city of San Diego — violates state law.

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