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Kenya's Change Of Heart Brings Temporary Relief To San Diego's Soma...

Kenya's Change Of Heart Brings Temporary Relief To San Diego's Somali Population

Aug. 23
By Tarryn Mento

The decision to close the world's largest refugee camp has been put on hold, at least for now. The development is welcome news to San Diego's Somali residents, many of whom have friends and family still at the camp in Kenya.

UC San Diego Professor Examines The Cuban Economy

UC San Diego Professor Examines The Cuban Economy

Aug. 23
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

In the new book “Open For Business: Rebuilding the Cuban Economy,” UC San Diego professor Richard Feinberg explores where Cuba's economy is today and what the future may hold.

Bike Valet Pilot Program Coming To City Heights

Bike Valet Pilot Program Coming To City Heights

Aug. 22
By Tarryn Mento

In an effort to foster bike culture, a vacant space on El Cajon Boulevard and Central Avenue will soon be home to a volunteer-run collective that will serve the area's cyclists.

Gas Leak Displaces Ocean Beach Residents

Gas Leak Displaces Ocean Beach Residents

Aug. 23
By City News Service

About 100 Ocean Beach forced to evacuate by a gas leak in their neighborhood were allowed to return home, but some 100 other residents remained displaced Tuesday morning.

Chula Vista To Play Tennessee Team In Little League World Series

Chula Vista To Play Tennessee Team In Little League World Series

Aug. 23
By City News Service

A loss in its opening game of the World Series has put Park View in a must-win situation in the modified double-elimination tournament. Any loss before Saturday's U.S. Championship Game will end Park View's participation in the tournament.

MiraCosta College Tries Again With $455M Bond On November Ballot

MiraCosta College Tries Again With $455M Bond On November Ballot

Aug. 23
By Alison St John

MiraCosta College will put a $455 million bond measure on the November ballot. The community college narrowly missed passing a bond four years ago and hopes a slightly lower goal will convince voters to approve it this time.

How A Broken, $1 Billion State Program Leaves Californians With Cav...

How A Broken, $1 Billion State Program Leaves Californians With Cavities

Aug. 23
Ben Bradford / Capital Public Radio

The government spends more than $1 billion annually on California teeth, offering dental coverage to 13 million low-income residents who qualify for Medi-Cal services. But most dentists in the state refuse to participate.

Taxpayers Association Says Chargers Plan Would Leave City On Hook F...

Taxpayers Association Says Chargers Plan Would Leave City On Hook For $400M

Aug. 22
By City News Service

An analysis by the San Diego County Taxpayers Association says the Chargers' plan to finance construction and operations of a downtown stadium and convention center annex would leave the city on the hook for more than $400 million, even if the team's estimates were realized.

San Diego Community Colleges Bounce Back From Recession-Era Cuts

San Diego Community Colleges Bounce Back From Recession-Era Cuts

Aug. 22
By Megan Burks, City News Service

Classes started Monday for more 100,000 students at San Diego County's community colleges, which are offering upper division courses for the first time.

Key Question May Never Be Asked Even If Dumanis Testifies In Azano ...

Key Question May Never Be Asked Even If Dumanis Testifies In Azano Trial

Aug. 22
By Amita Sharma

Both the defense and the prosecution may benefit from never asking San Diego County District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis what she knew of José Susumo Azano Matsura's immigration status.