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Roundtable: Taking A Stand On Immigration, Mattis As Defense Secretary, Effec...

Roundtable: Taking A Stand On Immigration, Mattis As Defense Secretary, Effects Of Legal Pot

Dec. 9
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer, Neiko Will

Democrats at the state capitol launch an offensive on the proposed immigration policies of President-elect Donald Trump. Will retired Gen. James Mattis be a good fit for Secretary of Defense? And the recent legalization of recreational marijuana in the state is already having effect on criminal justice in San Diego.

San Diego Pride Nudity Trial Underway

Dec. 9
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin
San Diego Pride Nudity Trial Underway

The City of San Diego and several of its police officers are defending themselves against a federal civil lawsuit claiming police discriminated against a gay man at the 2011 San Diego Pride Festival.

A New Mother's Dilemma: The Challenges Of Returning To Work

Dec. 9
By Kenny Goldberg
A New Mother's Dilemma: The Challenges Of Returning To Work

When new moms return to work, breast-feeding often goes by the wayside. But California has laws aimed at making it easier for working women who nurse.

San Diego Tops Yelp List For Best Local Gifts

San Diego Tops Yelp List For Best Local Gifts

Dec. 9
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

The online business review site Yelp recently declared San Diego as the best city in the country for finding gifts from local-independent retailers, but it's findings were far from scientific.

San Diego Climate Scientists Strive To Better Impact Public Policy

San Diego Climate Scientists Strive To Better Impact Public Policy

Dec. 8
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Researchers are expanding their understanding of the natural world all the time. But do those breakthroughs filter down to the policies that dictate how we handle our natural resources?

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San Diego County Prepares For Holiday Drunk Driving

Dec. 8
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

San Diego County prosecutors are readying for an anticipated spike in drunk driving during the holidays. Traffic deaths slightly increased over the Thanksgiving weekend.

Famed Animator Ron Campbell Brings Art Show To San Diego

Famed Animator Ron Campbell Brings Art Show To San Diego

Dec. 8
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

He will be painting, exhibiting and talking cartoons during his “Beatles Cartoon Pop Art Show” this weekend.

A New Mother's Dilemma: For Some, Help With Breast-Feeding Isn't Al...

A New Mother's Dilemma: For Some, Help With Breast-Feeding Isn't Always There

Dec. 8
By Kenny Goldberg

Breast-feeding rates in the U.S. fall short of federal goals, especially among African-American and Latina women. Some experts believe these disparities are due more to socioeconomic factors than race.

Marijuana Legalization Takes Root In San Diego Courts

Marijuana Legalization Takes Root In San Diego Courts

Dec. 8
By Andrew Bowen

It's only been a month since voters legalized marijuana, but dozens of people are already seeing reduced sentences for marijuana crimes. Hundreds and potentially thousands more could see their criminal records changed.

Imperial Valley Water Officials Set Ultimatum To Protect Salton Sea

Imperial Valley Water Officials Set Ultimatum To Protect Salton Sea

Dec. 6
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

The Imperial Irrigation District is demanding that the state have a 10-year plan for the management of the Salton Sea by the end of the year or it will not agree to a proposed Colorado River drought deal.

New Book Profiles Remarkable San Diego County Women

New Book Profiles Remarkable San Diego County Women

Dec. 7
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

Belle Benchley, the first female zoo director and Bertha Pendleton, the first woman and first African American San Diego school superintendent, are among the 28 women whose stories are told.

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