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Complaint: Juvenile Detention Facilities Abuse Kids With Pepper Spray

Complaint: Juvenile Detention Facilities Abuse Kids With Pepper Spray

Youth advocates filed a formal complaint Monday urging the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the use of pepper spray in San Diego County juvenile detention facilities.

So Say We All Is Calling All San Diego Storytellers

July 30
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So Say We All Is Calling All San Diego Storytellers

So Say We All is a writing and performance workshop, that takes the stories of regular San Diegans into nurtures them into performance pieces that can hold an audience. The next event is July 31 ...

Challenges Ahead For International Criminal Court, Says Leading War Crimes Expert

Nov. 12
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Challenges Ahead For International Criminal Court, Says Leading War Crimes Expert

Eric Stover of the Human Rights Center talks about the challenges faced by the fledgling International Criminal Court.

Mayor Kevin Faulconer: From Minimum Wage To Comic-Con

July 29
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San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer talks to KPBS about the minimum wage ordinance, tax rebates for businesses and trying out a zip line at Comic-Con.

New San Diego Architecture Up For Orchids And Onions Nominations

July 28
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What makes a building great or what makes it a dud? You get to decide during nominations for the Orchids & Onions.

Developing San Diego's Zero Waste Plan

July 28
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California cities have to recycle 75 percent of their waste by 2020. San Diego has set an ambitious goal of zero waste by 2040. A series of meetings are underway to jump start the efforts, we'll tell you about the program and how to get involved.

Roundtable: Reflecting On Filner, No Shelter In Escondido, Padres And Chargers

July 25
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Irene McCormack Jackson reveals what it was like to work for Mayor Bob Filner. Escondido reveals it doesn't want to shelter migrant children. The Padres reveal trades, and the Chargers reveal hopes for 2014.

'Into The Woods' Returns To Old Globe 28 Years After Debut

July 24
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The musical "Into The Woods" debuted in 1986 at The Old Globe. Twenty-eight years later, it's back at The Globe as a lean, imaginative production by the Fiasco Theater company.

San Diego's Earthquake Risk Increases With Newly Discovered Offshore Faults

July 24
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New mapping by the U.S. Geological Survey says recently discovered faults off the San Diego coast increase our risk for earthquakes by 20 percent. Recent analysis also shows areas of high risk in California has spread across an area wider than previously thought.

Lilac Hills Project In North County Nears Public Comment Deadline

July 24
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Developers of the proposed Lilac Hills Ranch want to build more than 1,700 homes on 608 acres in an area between Valley Center and Bonsall.

Filner's First Accuser Reflects On Sexual Harassment Scandal

July 22
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"I did this for other women ... who have been at the sharpest edge of an arrow, the target of somebody who's abusing power," said Irene McCormack Jackson, in explaining why she sued then-Mayor Bob Filner and the city of San Diego for sexual harassment.

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