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San Diegans Protest Ferguson Decision, Briefly Block Interstate 5 North

San Diegans Protest Ferguson Decision, Briefly Block Interstate 5 North

Hundreds of San Diegans protested the decision by a Missouri grand jury not to charge white police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, an 18-year-old black man.

Talking Turkey With Chef Bernard Guillas

Nov. 26
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Talking Turkey With Chef Bernard Guillas

Are you still defrosting your turkey? Wondering if you should cook your stuffing in or outside the bird? Don't panic. Executive Chef Bernard Guillas has answers.

San Diego Food Writer Shares Thanksgiving Pie Recipes, Tips

Nov. 26
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San Diego Food Writer Shares Thanksgiving Pie Recipes, Tips

It's not too late to bake a pie this Thanksgiving. San Diego food writer Caron Golden joins KPBS Midday Edition to share some of her favorite recipes along with tips and tricks for baking the ...

Is Thanksgiving The New Black Friday?

Nov. 25
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Black Friday for many large retailers now begins on Thanksgiving Day instead of the day after. We take a look at the strategies behind the move and whether it could mean a big payday or backlash.

New Exhibit Features Rarely Seen Artwork By Dr. Seuss

Nov. 25
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The San Diego History Center launched its 2015 Centennial Celebration with the opening of "Ingenious! The World of Dr. Seuss." The exhibit features rare and never-before-seen images by San Diego's renowned local author.

Mayor Kevin Faulconer On Water Recycling, More

Nov. 24
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San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer joined us for his monthly update on the business of the city, looking at everything from police retention to water recycling.

Man Whose Murder Conviction Was Overturned Is Free

Nov. 24
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California's longest-serving wrongfully incarcerated prison inmate is free. Michael Hanline's name was cleared after the California Innocence Project at California Western School of Law in San Diego took up his case.

San Diego University Raising Money To Help Human Trafficking Survivors Get A College Education

Nov. 24
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Point Loma Nazarene University's Center for Justice and Reconciliation is raising a first-of-its-kind $40,000 college scholarship for survivors of human trafficking. It's just one way the university is trying to abolish the sex-trade industry.

Roundtable Analyzes Obama's Plan, Wastewater Recycling and The Millions Given To City Heights

Nov. 21
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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President Obama announces executive action on immigration, drawing cheers and jeers. The prolonged drought has made it easier to recycle wastewater. And when philanthropists drop billions in one neighborhood, what can they expect?

Country Anticipates Obama's Immigration Announcement

Nov. 20
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President Barack Obama's long-awaited announcement about his executive action on immigration reform is set for Thursday night. We find out what San Diego immigration activists and opponents are hoping to hear.

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