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75 Years Since Japanese Internment Order, Is History Repeating Itself?

75 Years Since Japanese Internment Order, Is History Repeating Itself?

Feb. 21
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

A lecture in San Diego Tuesday explores the history of the Japanese internment order and its parallels with Trump's travel ban.

Despite Oroville Crisis, California Has The 'Cadillac' Of State Dam...

Despite Oroville Crisis, California Has The 'Cadillac' Of State Dam Safety Programs

Feb. 21
Ben Adler/Capital Public Radio

The state of California missed one of its two annual Oroville Dam inspections last year. It has one field engineer for every 57 dams it must inspect, and there is a potential conflict of interest in how the state inspects dams.

Town Hall On Health Care To Go Ahead With Or Without Issa

Town Hall On Health Care To Go Ahead With Or Without Issa

Feb. 21
By Alison St John

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Vista, may not attend a town hall meeting on health care in Vista Tuesday night, but organizers said they will go ahead without him.

San Diego Unified Proposal Would Eliminate Hundreds Of Positions, R...

San Diego Unified Proposal Would Eliminate Hundreds Of Positions, Reduce Work Year To Balance Budget

Feb. 20
By Megan Burks

District officials say the plan to cut $124 million from the budget will not impact class sizes or instruction time.

La Jolla Investor Group Presents Plans To Redevelop Qualcomm Stadium

La Jolla Investor Group Presents Plans To Redevelop Qualcomm Stadium

Feb. 20
By Erik Anderson

A La Jolla-based investment group presented its vision Monday to develop the Qualcomm Stadium site in Mission Valley.

El Cajon To Begin Workshops For Drawing District Boundaries

El Cajon To Begin Workshops For Drawing District Boundaries

Feb. 20
By Claire Trageser

The El Cajon City Council has set up a series of five public workshops and published criteria for drawing council boundaries in the city for the first time.

Trump Tensions Scare Off Binational Consumers

Trump Tensions Scare Off Binational Consumers

Feb. 20
By Jean Guerrero

Store owners in San Ysidro said fewer Mexicans are coming across the border to shop for clothes and other items. They said customers are frightened by President Trump's hard-line immigration stance.

Town Halls Not On The Agenda Of Most Local Congressional Reps

Town Halls Not On The Agenda Of Most Local Congressional Reps

Feb. 20
By Megan Burke, Maureen Cavanaugh

Members of the grassroots movement Indivisible have been calling on the members of Congress to host town hall-style meetings in order to hear constituents' concerns about the policies of the Trump administration.

Vacant Church In San Ysidro To Become Community Center, Park

Vacant Church In San Ysidro To Become Community Center, Park

Feb. 20
By Claire Trageser

For people who live in San Diego's southernmost neighborhood, San Ysidro, there are not many public spaces to gather. But that will soon change.

How Can Archaeology Help Us Adapt To Climate Change?

How Can Archaeology Help Us Adapt To Climate Change?

Feb. 20
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

For some insight into how human beings coped with changes in the earth's climate in the past, we have to switch from the climate scientists to the archeologists.

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