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25 Medical Students Come To San Diego For Real-Life Training

May 6
By Dwane Brown, KPBS News
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The second-year medical students are getting their real-life trauma training at a Kearny Mesa movie studio.

San Diego County Remembers Slain Officers

May 6
By Matthew Bowler
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Hundreds came to memorialize all of the San Diego County officers who died in the line of duty.

State Committee Passes Bill That Would Increase Oversight Of Civic San Diego

May 6
By City News Service
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Mayor Kevin Faulconer and area business leaders said they would lobby against Assembly Bill 504, authored by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego.

San Diego Protesters Urge Peters To Oppose Fast-Tracking Trade Deal

May 6
By Erik Anderson
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An international trade deal has raised concern among local political activists. Protesters are asking Rep. Scott Peters to take a stand.

California Leads Increase In Remittances To Mexico From U.S.

May 6
By Jean Guerrero
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A Bank of Mexico report released this week states Mexican-Americans are sending more money south of the border.

California Congressman Wants Civil Rights Investigation Over Chong Case

May 6
By City News Service
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Rep. Ted Lieu said he wants the Department of Justice to conduct a full civil rights investigation into the botched detention that left Daniel Chong handcuffed in a holding cell for five days.

Before Force Awakens, New Star Wars Book Satisfies Carlsbad Fans

May 6
Midday Edition
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The countdown to December has Star Wars fans atwitter. Will the new movie meet expectations? Or will we get burned by another Jar Jar Binks?

San Diego POWs Relive History At Greatest Generation Naval Museum

May 6
By Susan Murphy
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The Greatest Generation Naval Museum in El Cajon recently hosted a special group of World War II veterans. The sights and sounds of the historic aircraft brought back vivid memories of the war from seven decades ago.

San Diego Council Members Support Increase To Library Funding

May 6
By City News Service
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A bipartisan group of City Council members expressed support for increasing the San Diego library system's fund for acquiring books and audio/visual materials, which was reduced in Mayor Kevin Faulconer's proposed spending plan.

Water Authority Disappointed Over California's New Rules

May 6
By City News Service
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San Diego County Water Authority Chairman Mark Weston said the agency is disappointed the state regulations don't encourage the development of new water supplies.

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