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

San Diego News

Governor Fast-Tracks Remedial Education Reform In California Commun...

Governor Fast-Tracks Remedial Education Reform In California Community Colleges

Oct. 16
By Megan Burks

Research has shown the existing system to bring underprepared college students up to speed can actually hurt their chances of earning a degree.

Program Offering Homeless Overnight Parking To Expand

Program Offering Homeless Overnight Parking To Expand

Oct. 16
By City News Service, Matt Hoffman

A program in Clairemont that provides a safe parking area for homeless people living out of their vehicles and offers them assistance to transition to permanent housing will be expanded, city officials and community leaders announced Monday.

First Person: The 2007 Wildfire Took Our Home But 'We Had Our Faith...

First Person: The 2007 Wildfire Took Our Home But 'We Had Our Faith, Our Friends And Our Family'

Oct. 16
By Brooke Ruth

Jay and Kendra Jeffcoat were on a family vacation in Colorado when they learned their Rancho Bernardo home burned down in the Witch Creek fire in 2007.

San Diego Firefighters Amass New Technology To Prep For Wildfires

San Diego Firefighters Amass New Technology To Prep For Wildfires

Oct. 16
By Amita Sharma

To help ensure the region doesn’t see an encore of the 2007 wildfires, the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department has created an arsenal of data and technology.

Governor Signs Bill Requiring Lead Tests In Public Schools

Governor Signs Bill Requiring Lead Tests In Public Schools

Oct. 16
By City News Service

A bill from a San Diego legislator that requires public schools to test for lead in campus water systems, and notify parents if elevated levels are found, was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown Friday.

Surviving The 2007 Wildfires: After Suffering Critical Burns, Firef...

Surviving The 2007 Wildfires: After Suffering Critical Burns, Firefighter Finds A New Life

Oct. 16
By Kenny Goldberg

Ten years after she nearly burned to death in the Harris Fire, former firefighter Brooke Linman is ready for her closeup.

10 Years Ago: Firestorms Ravaged San Diego County

10 Years Ago: Firestorms Ravaged San Diego County

Oct. 16
By Erik Anderson

The 2007 firestorms were the last major conflagration to scorch San Diego County. Those firestorms have left lasting marks on the community.

It's 'DACA Week' At California Community Colleges

It's 'DACA Week' At California Community Colleges

Oct. 16
By Megan Burks

San Diego campuses are responding with a full slate of events — everything from legal clinics to workshops on managing stress.

Palomar College Breaks Ground On New North Education Complex

Palomar College Breaks Ground On New North Education Complex

Oct. 13
By Alison St John

Palomar Community College in San Marcos broke ground Friday on a new campus. It’s at the northeast corner of the intersection of Interstate 15 and the newly-widened state Route 76, where developers have already started to build about 2,000 new homes.

John Witherspoon, Public Broadcasting Pioneer, First General Manage...

John Witherspoon, Public Broadcasting Pioneer, First General Manager Of KPBS, Dies At 88

Oct. 13
By Amita Sharma, Pat Finn

John Witherspoon, who helped create the Public Broadcasting Act 50 years ago, was KPBS’s first general manager and the first president of the board of National Public Radio, has died.

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