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SPECIAL COVERAGE: Living With Wildfires: San Diego Firestorm 10 Years Later

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Single Mother Living In San Diego Scheduled For Deportation After I...

Single Mother Living In San Diego Scheduled For Deportation After ICE Check In

Oct. 19
By City News Service

A single mother of three who says immigration authorities told her that if she checked in with them every year she could stay in the country was scheduled for deportation Thursday.

7,000 Buildings Destroyed In Deadly California Wildfires

7,000 Buildings Destroyed In Deadly California Wildfires

Oct. 19
By Associated Press

California officials have raised the number of homes and structures destroyed in this month's wildfires to nearly 7,000 and said Thursday that the number will likely climb as crews continue assessing areas scorched by the blazes that killed 42 people.

San Diego Educator Named California Teacher Of The Year

San Diego Educator Named California Teacher Of The Year

Oct. 19
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Jaime Brown, an English and film studies teacher at San Diego High School has been selected as one of five educators honored with the California Teacher of the Year award.

Council Members Ask San Diegans To Pick Up School Board Election Ho...

Council Members Ask San Diegans To Pick Up School Board Election Hot Potato

Oct. 19
By Megan Burks

Members of the San Diego City Council are urging the public to put forward a 2018 ballot initiative to change how school board members are elected.

Report: Convention Center's Economic Impact Over $1 Billion Last Fi...

Report: Convention Center's Economic Impact Over $1 Billion Last Fiscal Year

Oct. 19
By City News Service

The San Diego Convention Center generated more than 844,000 room nights for area hotels in the fiscal year that ended June 30, according to a report scheduled to be presented Thursday to the City Council's Economic Development Committee.

Experts Meet To Plan Autonomous Vehicles Testing In San Diego

Experts Meet To Plan Autonomous Vehicles Testing In San Diego

Oct. 19
By City News Service

Representatives of more than 40 companies and organizations are scheduled to meet for the first time Thursday to plan how to test autonomous vehicles in the San Diego region.

Nearly One Million San Diegans Participate In Great California Shak...

Nearly One Million San Diegans Participate In Great California ShakeOut Drill

Oct. 19
By City News Service

The annual Great California ShakeOut Drill will be held Thursday, with nearly a million San Diegans joining people across the state — and around the world — as they drop, cover and hold to practice their readiness for a major earthquake.

Fighting The Fire: Firefighters Faced Roaring Flames, Extreme Weather

Fighting The Fire: Firefighters Faced Roaring Flames, Extreme Weather

Oct. 19
By Erik Anderson

Javier Mainer, an assistant fire chief for the city of San Diego when wildfires consumed large swaths of San Diego County in 2007, talks with KPBS reporter Erik Anderson.

Famed San Diego Researcher Walter Munk Welcomes 100th Birthday

Famed San Diego Researcher Walter Munk Welcomes 100th Birthday

Oct. 19
By Erik Anderson

Scripps Institution Oceanography researcher Walter Munk, who turns 100 on Thursday, remembers his long career with a discussion at his La Jolla home.

Own A Piece of San Diego Sports History

Own A Piece of San Diego Sports History

Oct. 18
By Matt Hoffman

The San Diego Hall of Champions is auctioning off part of its collection after closing the museum in June.

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