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More Than 300 Older Children Split At Border Are Reunited

July 20
By Associated Press

The Trump administration said Thursday that it has reunified 364 children ages 5 and older with their families after they were separated at the border, still leaving hundreds to go before a court-imposed deadline a week away.

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District 4 Residents Respond To Myrtle Cole's Poor Election Performance

July 19
By Claire Trageser

One of the biggest surprises in the June election was that San Diego City Council President Myrtle Cole got six fewer votes than her challenger.

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Roundtable: Outrage In National City

July 20
By Bennett Lacy, Mark Sauer

National City faces protests over the death of a man injured in police custody, San Diego approves a plan to regulate short-term home rentals and undisclosed meetings by state energy regulators are made public.

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San Diego's Top Weekend Events: A Big Musical, A Small Musical And A Potter Musical

July 20
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Nina Garin

Three new musicals open this weekend, one based on a Disney movie, another based on an Irish indie film and the third inspired by the Harry Potter series.

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Live Blog: Your Guide To Comic-Con 2018

July 16
By Beth Accomando

Comic-Con returns to San Diego for another year of pop culture geekiness. If you are going, here's what you need to know. And if you can't attend we'll give you an insider's view of what some attendees call "nerd heaven."

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The Legal Geeks Use Pop Culture To Teach About The Legal System

July 19
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

How accurate was the trial of the Punisher? Did Luke Skywalker have a legal obligation to save the galaxy from the First Order? Those questions will be answered by real-life judges and attorneys on panels at Comic-Con this week.

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Who Was Earl McNeil?

July 19
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

A new story by The Appeal, a national news organization that covers criminal justice issues, has uncovered that Earl McNeil was a jailhouse informant for the San Diego County District Attorney's office.

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Q&A With Director of 'Bread, Salt & The Graphite Kid'

July 19
By Matt Hoffman

A documentary follows a group of inner-city kids and small-business owners in Barrio Logan competing for the All-American Soap Box Derby World Championships.

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Court Blocks Measure Asking Voters To Split California In 3

July 18
By Associated Press

The California Supreme Court has blocked a measure that would divide the state in three from appearing on the November ballot.

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5 Things To Know Before You Buy Sunscreen

July 18
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

San Diegans know that sunscreen is an essential part of outdoor gear. But if your sunscreen isn’t working, it may not be the product’s fault. Dr. Robert Dorschner, a dermatologist at UC San Diego Health, offers some advice to find a sunscreen that's right for you.

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