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Pentagon Grapples With Retaliation In Sex Assault Cases

May 2
LOLITA C. BALDOR / Associated Press
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Military leaders are expanding efforts to better train their lower- and midlevel commanders to detect and deal with retaliation, while also insuring that other, more innocent actions are not misinterpreted by assault victims.

San Diego Gas Prices Keep Climbing Higher

May 2
By City News Service

The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County rose today to its highest amount since Sept. 24, increasing 5.8 cents to $3.727.

Proposed Gregory Canyon Landfill Digs Itself Out Of A Hole

May 1
By Alison St John
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The proposal to build a new landfill in Gregory Canyon in North County is back on track.

Top Memory Athletes Go Head-To-Head In San Diego

May 1
By David Wagner
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A local drug discovery company is hosting a memory competition this weekend, in part to further research on individuals with superior recall skills.

Video Game Minecraft Now Part Of El Cajon School Curriculum

May 1
By Matthew Bowler
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One of the world’s most popular video games is now an enticing educational tool for an El Cajon school.

Roundtable On Early Political Races, Chula Vista Turmoil, Government Water Use

May 1
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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It's May 2015. Do you know where (or who) your political candidates are? Chula Vista's trouble completing its city council is not over. And water use among public agencies in the city of San Diego went up by 19 percent.

San Diego Opera Settlement With Former Executives Tops $1 Million

May 1
By Angela Carone, Tarryn Mento
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Newly released tax documents show the former head of the San Diego Opera and its chief fundraiser walked away with more than $1 million in a privately negotiated employment settlement.

Team From Scripps Health Heads To Nepal To Help Earthquake Survivors

May 1
By City News Service
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Four nurses and a team leader from Scripps Health left San Diego Friday on a three-week trip to help survivors of the devastating earthquake in Nepal.

Health Risks Of Living In 'Colonias' Prompt Proposal To Increase Funding

May 1
Lorne Matalon / Fronteras
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Thousands of poor Hispanic people in border communities called colonias have no access to running water or electricity, but a federal funding proposal could make a difference.

Port Truck Drivers Return To Work After Four Days Of Striking

May 1
By City News Service
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Friday morning, drivers for Pacer Cartage, Intermodal Bridge Transport and Harbor Rail Transport returned to work, although what prompted the decision was not immediately announced.

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