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Seven More Flu-Related Deaths Reported, Bringing County Total To 79

Seven More Flu-Related Deaths Reported, Bringing County Total To 79

March 29
By City News Service

Even though the rate of infections has slowed, county health officials have reported seven more flu-related deaths in San Diego County.

San Diego Area Mayors Organize Opposition To 'Sanctuary State' Bill

San Diego Area Mayors Organize Opposition To 'Sanctuary State' Bill

March 29
By Andrew Bowen

A group of local elected officials from around San Diego County are organizing opposition to SB 54, a bill in Sacramento that would limit cooperation between local police and federal immigration authorities.

‘Soccer City’ Backers Have Enough Signatures To Put Project Before ...

‘Soccer City’ Backers Have Enough Signatures To Put Project Before City Council

March 29
By City News Service

With more than 100,000 signatures, proponents of the “Soccer City” development in Mission Valley have more than enough to put the project before City Council.

Gas Tax Hike Funds $52 Billion Plan To Fix California Roads

Gas Tax Hike Funds $52 Billion Plan To Fix California Roads

March 29
By Associated Press

Officials want to hike gas taxes and vehicle fees to raise $52.4 billion over 10 years to fix California's roads and bridges.

Top Mexican Official Reassures San Diego-Tijuana Region On NAFTA

Top Mexican Official Reassures San Diego-Tijuana Region On NAFTA

March 29
By Jean Guerrero

Mexico's deputy economy minister, Juan Carlos Baker Pineda, says Mexico won't accept limitations on trade during NAFTA renegotiations, which could affect San Diego and northern Baja California.

Trump Immigration Chief Faces Hostile Crowd At Sacramento Forum

Trump Immigration Chief Faces Hostile Crowd At Sacramento Forum

March 29
Ben Bradford / Capitol Public Radio

The head of U.S. immigration enforcement defended recent deportations in California in front of a heated crowd in Sacramento.

CSU, UC Tuition Hikes Put Spotlight On College Affordability

CSU, UC Tuition Hikes Put Spotlight On College Affordability

March 29
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The cost of tuition at California’s public universities may be going up but there’s an effort underway to make college debt-free in California.

UC San Diego Research Informs Musical About Good, Bad Of Aging

UC San Diego Research Informs Musical About Good, Bad Of Aging

March 29
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

"The Geeze & Me" is a new musical about a group of baby boomers trying to figure out if there is a good way to get older.

Advocates Push For National Memorial For Iraq, Afghanistan Wars

Advocates Push For National Memorial For Iraq, Afghanistan Wars

March 29
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The Global War on Terror Memorial Foundation wants to raise money to build the memorial on the National Mall by 2024. But the project faces some roadblocks.

California Chief Justice Focuses On Immigration In Annual State Of ...

California Chief Justice Focuses On Immigration In Annual State Of The Judiciary Address

March 29
Capital Public Radio

During her annual State of the Judiciary address to the Legislature Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye objected to immigration arrests in courthouses.

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