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Industry Leaders Plan International Summit in Rosarito For Manufacturers

Aug. 27
By Jean Guerrero
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Plans for a cross-border business summit were announced in San Diego Wednesday. It will link small and medium-sized suppliers with large manufacturing companies in aerospace, medical devices, electronics and more.

For One Youth Soccer League In El Cajon, College Is The Goal

Aug. 26
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The nonprofit Yalla helps refugee and immigrant youth rebuild their lives in San Diego County through soccer and after school education programs.

Imperial Valley Battery System Will Be Largest In West

Aug. 26
By Erik Anderson
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Imperial County power managers are building a battery system that will help keep the grid operating smoothly. It will be the largest battery storage system in the West.

4-Year Degree Pilot Program Underway At San Diego Mesa College

Aug. 26
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Students starting classes this week at two San Diego County community colleges will have the opportunity to earn four-year degrees, without transferring to another school.

How Do Bad Days On The Stock Market Affect People's Retirement Savings?

Aug. 26
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The U.S. stock market has been rising and falling at an alarming rate. Midday Edition looks into what this means for retirement plans.

Report: San Diego Traffic Is Bad, But Not That Bad

Aug. 26
By City News Service
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San Diego's traffic congestion wasn't as bad in 2014 as in other large metropolitan areas, according to a report released Wednesday.

Another Heat Wave Bears Down On San Diego County

Aug. 26
By Susan Murphy
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The second heat wave to hit the region in two weeks could send temperatures in the valleys soaring once again to triple digits.

San Diego News Director Recalls Hiring, Firing Virginia Shooting Suspect

Aug. 26
By City News Service
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Hours after a former broadcast journalist gunned down two ex-colleagues on live television and then killed himself in Virginia, the head of a San Diego TV newsroom Wednesday recalled hiring and firing the suspect 15 years ago at a station in Florida.

Scripps DNA Study Will Examine Climate Change's Effects On Fish

Aug. 26
By City News Service
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Scientists at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography said Wednesday they have completed a two-year sampling of DNA from fish that spawn near the Ellen Browning Scripps Memorial Pier, creating a baseline that can be used for future studies.

Poll: Californians Increasingly Back Medi-Cal For Immigrants

Aug. 26
By Associated Press
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The Field Poll found 58 percent of registered California voters support extending Medi-Cal services to immigrants not currently eligible for coverage under the Affordable Care Act, while 39 percent are opposed.