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San Diego Neighborhoods Close In Distance, Miles Apart In Voter Turnout

Feb. 10
Evening Edition
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Kensington and the Teralta neighborhood in City Heights butt up against each other geographically, but they have stark differences. One example: In Kensington, 62 percent of registered voters cast ballots in the 2014 general election compared to 27 percent in Teralta.

Calexico's West Border Crossing Will Get Additional Upgrade

Feb. 9
By Jean Guerrero
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President Barack Obama's 2016 fiscal year budget sets aside nearly $250 million to add new lanes and other facilities to Calexico's main port of entry.

Measure To Fix San Diego Roads Moves Closer To Ballot

Feb. 9
By City News Service
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The City Council on Tuesday directed the City Attorney's Office to draft final language for proposed ballot measures that would revise San Diego's obsolete City Charter, including a plan to pay for future infrastructure projects.

Chavez Exit Could Boost GOP Shot At Runoff In U.S. Senate Race

Feb. 9
By Amita Sharma
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One fewer Republican to compete against helps, but a political analyst says the party must rally around just one candidate in order to make it into the fall runoff.

Supreme Court Puts Obama's Clean Power Plan On Hold

Feb. 9
By Associated Press
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A divided Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to halt enforcement of President Barack Obama's sweeping plan to address climate change until after legal challenges are resolved.

Lockdowns Lifted At Four San Diego County High Schools

Feb. 9
By City News Service
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Students at La Jolla, Lincoln, San Ysidro and Scripps Ranch high schools were secured in their classrooms for part of the morning Tuesday as a precaution due to unfounded bomb threats issued in quick succession by unknown perpetrators.

San Diego School Board To Vote On How To Replace Foster

Feb. 9
By City News Service
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The San Diego Unified School District Board of Education will decide Tuesday night how it will appoint someone to fill a vacancy created by last week's resignation of Marne Foster.

San Diego Expands Car-Sharing Program

Feb. 9
By City News Service
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A five-year agreement between the city of San Diego and Zipcar for expansion of a car-sharing program was approved Tuesday by the City Council.

California Coastal Commission May Toss Chief Overboard

Feb. 9
Midday Edition
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The panel charged with protecting 1,100 miles of California's coastline meets Wednesday in Morro Bay to decide if its executive director, Charles Lester, should stay or go.

Salton Sea Canoe Race Organizers Hope Recreation Can Help Save The Sea

Feb. 9
Midday Edition
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The idea to host an outrigger canoe race on the Salton Sea began as a way to start the racing season earlier but has evolved into a dream of something much bigger. Event organizers said they hope bringing recreation back to the Salton Sea will help save the sea itself.

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