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Talmadge Residents Upset About Plan To End Door-To-Door Mail

Aug. 27
By Erik Anderson
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A San Diego lawmaker is blasting a congressional proposal that could eliminate door-to-door home delivery of mail with the idea is to save the agency money.

2 San Diego County Schools Selected For Building Trades Pilot Program

Aug. 27
By City News Service

Hoover High School's Sustainable Academy of Building and Engineering in San Diego and North County Trade Tech High School's GreenBuild and Engineering Academy in Vista were chosen among nine schools statewide to be a part of the MC3, or Multi-Craft Core Curriculum.

Immigration Authorities Revamp Practices To Settle Lawsuit

Aug. 27
JULIE WATSON / Associated Press
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U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Immigration and Customs Enforcement said they have agreed to supplement their existing procedures to ensure foreign nationals fully understand the potential consequences of returning voluntarily to Mexico.

California First State To Pass Cell Phone 'Kill Switch' Law

Aug. 27
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Smartphone theft is on the rise — many times turning violent — but a new California law will require a "kill switch" be installed rendering the phone inoperable if stolen.

F-15C Fighter Jet Crashes In Virginia, Pilot's Condition Unknown

Aug. 27
By Beth Ford Roth
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An F-15C fighter jet crashed Wednesday morning in western Virginia. The jet was assigned to an Air National Guard base in Massachusetts. The condition of the pilot is not known at this time.

Scripps Research Institute To Hold Panel On San Diego Efforts To Respond To Ebola Virus

Aug. 27
By City News Service
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Among the scheduled panelists is Kevin Whaley, CEO of Mapp Biopharmaceutical, a Sorrento Valley firm that produced an experimental treatment administered to two American health workers who were sickened by the virus and subsequently recovered.

More U.S. Citizens Going To Medical School Abroad

Aug. 27
Pauline Bartolone / Capital Public Radio
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The most common reason to going abroad is not getting into a U.S. medical school.

San Diegans Combat Stigma By Sharing Personal Struggles With Mental Illness

Aug. 27
By Kenny Goldberg
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The stigma surrounding mental illness is a powerful force. Some San Diegans with mental health issues are trying to reduce it, by sharing their personal stories.

Report: Nearly 200,000 California State Employees Mistakenly Over-Paid

Aug. 27
Max Pringle / Capital Public Radio
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Nearly 200,000 California state employees were credited for unearned holiday and other payments, according to a California Auditor’s report.

Coast Guard Fires Warning Shot At Iranian Boat In Arabian Gulf

Aug. 26
By Beth Ford Roth
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An inflatable boat dispatched by the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Monomoy fired a warning shot at an Iranian dhow (fishing boat), after a member of the dhow's crew aimed a machine gun at the American boat "with hostile intent."

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