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San Diego News

San Diego Opera Debuts Performance Dedicated To Veterans

San Diego Opera Debuts Performance Dedicated To Veterans

Sept. 21
By Steve Walsh

The San Diego Opera debuts Soldier Songs, an opera dedicated to telling the stories of veterans from several conflicts. The performances are also seen as a way of helping veterans in the audience tell their stories.

A Closer Look At A San Diego Stem Cell Company’s Leadership

A Closer Look At A San Diego Stem Cell Company’s Leadership

Sept. 21
By David Wagner

A stroke patient who pursued stem cell treatments abroad says he trusted San Diego-based Stemedica based on its leaders’ credentials. But those credentials don’t always hold up to scrutiny.

Online Map Shows Condition Of San Diego Streets

Online Map Shows Condition Of San Diego Streets

Sept. 21
By City News Service

City officials unveiled an interactive map that San Diegans can search to find the condition of their neighborhood streets and learn about recent and upcoming repair projects.

Vista High To Expand Personalized Learning Program With $10M Grant

Vista High To Expand Personalized Learning Program With $10M Grant

Sept. 21
By Brooke Ruth, Alison St John

The grant is from XQ: The Super School Project, which aims to reimagine high school in America. It is funded in part by a $50 million donation from Steve Job's widow, Laurene Powell Jobs.

California Lawmakers Collect Thousands On Top Of Salary While Absent

California Lawmakers Collect Thousands On Top Of Salary While Absent

Sept. 21
By Associated Press

In addition to their six-figure salaries and benefits, the state's 120 lawmakers are compensated for their cost of living and meals when they travel to Sacramento to write and pass bills.

San Diego Predicts Shortcomings In Climate Plan's Transit Goals

San Diego Predicts Shortcomings In Climate Plan's Transit Goals

Sept. 20
By Andrew Bowen

An analysis commissioned by the city's planning department found far too many people will still be driving to work in two of the city's most urbanized neighborhoods. The city says the analysis did not account for other programs that will help meet the Climate Action Plan's ambitious transportation goals.

San Diego County Will Use A Two-Card Ballot This November Election

San Diego County Will Use A Two-Card Ballot This November Election

Sept. 20
By City News Service

County election officials confirmed Tuesday that a two-card ballot will be used in November, and urged San Diegans to prepare in advance in order to save time at the polls.

Poway Named One Of The Best California Cities To Raise A Family

Poway Named One Of The Best California Cities To Raise A Family

Sept. 20
By City News Service

Only one San Diego County city made the list of the top 20 best California municipalities in which to raise a family, as rated by WalletHub.com.

Chargers Players Describe The One Game They'll Always Remember

Chargers Players Describe The One Game They'll Always Remember

Sept. 20
By Pat Finn

In San Diego sportswriter Jay Paris' new book, 21 Chargers stars reveal the game that was most important to them. Not all the games were wins.

South Bay Roundup: Chula Vista Wants To Crack Down On Illegal Pot S...

South Bay Roundup: Chula Vista Wants To Crack Down On Illegal Pot Shops

Sept. 20
By Marissa Cabrera, Alison St John

Robert Moreno, reporter at The Star News joins us for an update on the issues making headlines in San Diego's South Bay.