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Fallbrook High Loses Millions As Districts Jockey For Students

May 25
By Megan Burks

Faced with declining birth rates and competition from charter schools, some districts are turning to magnet schools to attract new students. What happens to the districts losing students?

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Ebola's Return Reignites La Jolla Researchers' Urgency To Find A Cure

May 24
By Susan Murphy

"The worry is that there are actually four other viruses in that genus and even more in the larger family. We don't know which one will break out next," said Erica Ollmann Saphire, a professor at Scripps Research Institute.

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Third Dead Whale In A Week Washes Ashore In California

May 24
By Associated Press

Another dead gray whale washed ashore in California, the fifth dead whale found in the San Francisco Bay Area since March and the third since Friday.

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Brewery Told To Stop Making Beer With Hemp-Derived Extract

May 24
By Associated Press

U.S. officials have ordered a San Francisco brewery to stop producing a specialty beer containing cannabidiol, the hemp-derived extract known as CBD, because it lacks the proper permitting.

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After Public Shaming, SANDAG Has More Bike Project Delays

May 24
By Andrew Bowen

A proposed budget for SANDAG, the countywide transportation agency, contains delays for several bike projects. SANDAG has come under criticism lately because of its slow rollout of its regional bikeways program.

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How A Climate Scientist Became An Ecovangelist For His Children's Future

May 24
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Megan Burke

Peter Kalmus, a NASA climate scientist, set out to reduce his own personal carbon footprint. He reduced his use of fossil fuels over a four-year period and wrote a book about what normal people can do to lessen their impact on the planet.

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Is The California Dream Dying? Another Family Calls It Quits On The Golden State

May 24
John Corley/KQED

It’s 65 degrees and sunny on a Saturday afternoon in the trendy Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles. Many families are enjoying walks in Griffith Park, or eating lunch at outdoor cafés. But not Anna and Evan Colby. They're packing up their apartment in a mad dash to move to Lansing, Michigan.

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District 5 Candidate Jim Desmond Says County's Reserves 'Are Fine Where They Are'

May 24
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

Candidate Jim Desmond has been the mayor of San Marcos for the last 12 years. He’s also a representative on San Diego Association of Governments and a board member of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority. Desmond is a Republican.

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VA Partners With Food Banks As More Veterans Struggle To Afford Food

May 24
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More than 1.4 million veterans of all ages rely on government food assistance, but food insecurity is disproportionately common among post 9/11 veterans.

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ACLU: Misconduct Claims By Children Are Widespread At Border

May 24
By Associated Press, Jean Guerrero

The American Civil Liberties Union on Wednesday released documents detailing widespread allegations of misconduct by U.S. border authorities toward children, including kicking one in the ribs, denying medical attention to a pregnant teen who complained of pain and threatening others with sexual abuse.

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