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State Legislative Counsel Weighs In On Civic San Diego

April 23
By City News Service
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State legislative counsel said Civic San Diego does not have the authority to make final land use decisions.

Mayor Faulconer On San Diego Chargers, 2016 Budget, Water Enforcement

April 23
Midday Edition
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Mayor Kevin Faulconer talks about the chances of the Chargers staying in San Diego, his proposed 2016 budget, and enforcing mandatory water restrictions.

Study: Diesel, Gas Exhaust Mostly To Blame For Calexico’s Polluted Air

April 23
Midday Edition
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The Imperial Valley's bad air has long been blamed on agricultural burns. But a new study shows idling cars at the Calexico border crossing are having a bigger impact on poor air quality.

San Diego Professor Delves Deep Into Politics, Culture of 'Mad Men'

April 23
Midday Edition
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A new book takes an academic look at the TV series that has become a cultural phenomenon.

San Diego Women Fought For Role In 1915 Expo At Balboa Park

April 23
By Tom Fudge
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Historians explain how the 1915 Panama-California Exposition, which created the Balboa Park we know today, was also a touchstone of the women’s movement in San Diego.

Changeover To Dirt Surface Nearly Done At Del Mar Racetrack

April 23
By Associated Press
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About 31,000 tons of dirt has been put down on the one-mile oval to replace the synthetic Polytrack surface that was in place for eight years.

California Bill Would End Fines For Brown Lawns In Drought

April 23
By Associated Press
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AB1 by Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown prohibits cities from penalizing residents for having brown lawns.

Salk Scientists Propose New Mitochondrial Disease Fix

April 23
By David Wagner
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San Diego researchers have discovered a way to cut bad mitochondrial DNA out of mouse embryos. But they say ethical debate is needed before ever trying the technique in humans.

Rain Possible In San Diego County

April 23
By City News Service
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Rain will be possible in the majority of San Diego County Thursday and strong gusty winds are expected to develop Thursday night in the mountains and deserts.

Vietnam War Ended 40 Years Ago But Lives On For MIA Families

April 23
By Susan Murphy
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Point Loma's Elaine Zimmer Davis lost her Marine pilot husband in 1969 when his plane was shot down over Vietnam. Capt. Jerry Zimmer is one of 1,600 U.S. service members who is still listed as missing in action from the Vietnam War.