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Juan Vargas To Boycott Trump's Inauguration

Juan Vargas To Boycott Trump's Inauguration

Jan. 17
By City News Service

Rep. Juan Vargas, D-San Diego, announced Tuesday that he will join at least 15 other Democratic members of California's congressional delegation in skipping President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday.

Price Says Affordability, Access Key To Health Care Reform

Jan. 18
By Associated Press
Price Says Affordability, Access Key To Health Care Reform

President-elect Donald Trump's pick for health secretary said Wednesday that access and affordability were his goals for revamping health care, and he offered assurances that the new administration is not planning to launch a Medicare overhaul.

New Affordable Housing In North County Defies Stereotypes

Jan. 18
By Alison St John
New Affordable Housing In North County Defies Stereotypes

San Marcos is one of the North County cities that has built the most new affordable housing in the last three years. Many of those units came with workout rooms and granite countertops.

Portland Cello Project To Perform In Escondido

Portland Cello Project To Perform In Escondido

Jan. 18
By Marissa Cabrera

For the last decade, "Portland Cello Project" has been playing modern music on the classical four-stringed instrument. The group will take the stage at the California Center for the Arts, Sunday, Jan. 22.

Fleet Center Revels In The Science Of Toys

Fleet Center Revels In The Science Of Toys

Jan. 18
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Everyone knows that simple Slinkys are rather remarkable toys, but why and how do they seem to walk? The Fleet Science Center is putting on an exhibit Saturday on the physics behind common toys.

District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis Will Not Seek Re-Election In 2018

District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis Will Not Seek Re-Election In 2018

Jan. 17
By Megan Burke, Maureen Cavanaugh

The San Diego Union-Tribune reports Dumanis, who's been in office since 2003, has not decided whether she'll serve out her current term or step down before it ends.

San Diego Economist Alan Nevin Discusses America's 'Great Divide'

San Diego Economist Alan Nevin Discusses America's 'Great Divide'

Jan. 17
By Marissa Cabrera, Alison St John

In his new book, "The Great Divide: The True Story of America Tomorrow", Nevin details the demographic and economic future of California and other key U.S. states.

First Person: Coping With A Mother's Lobotomy

First Person: Coping With A Mother's Lobotomy

Jan. 17
By Michael Lipkin

Many teens have tense relationships with their parents. But one San Diegan, who grew up in Point Loma in the 1950s, had an especially tough time with her mother.

Documentary Points To What Could Happen If Salton Sea Isn't Restored

Documentary Points To What Could Happen If Salton Sea Isn't Restored

Jan. 17
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

"Breaking Point" is a documentary about the shrinking Salton Sea and what could happen if the problem isn't addressed. It's produced and directed by Bill Wisneski, a producer for Palomar College Television.

San Diego Charter Schools Lead The Pack In Special Ed Program Integ...

San Diego Charter Schools Lead The Pack In Special Ed Program Integration

Jan. 16
By Megan Burks

One longstanding fear about charter schools is that they might find ways to exclude kids with special needs to keep their scores competitive. But special education in California charters is actually growing, and a San Diego program hints at one reason why.

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