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Powerful California Coastal Panel Ousts Top Executive

Powerful California Coastal Panel Ousts Top Executive

The powerful agency that manages development on California's coastline fired its executive after a lengthy and, at times, emotionally charged meeting.

Breakthrough: Scientists Detect Einstein's Gravity Ripples

Feb. 11
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Breakthrough: Scientists Detect Einstein's Gravity Ripples

In an announcement that electrified the world of astronomy, scientists said Thursday that they have finally detected gravitational waves, the ripples in the fabric of space-time that Einstein predicted a century ago.

Temps In Record-Breaking Territory Again Expected In San Diego County

Feb. 11
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Temps In Record-Breaking Territory Again Expected In San Diego County

The ridge of high pressure causing the region to heat up is expected to weaken slightly Friday and Saturday. Somewhat cooler conditions are expected, although temperatures will still be higher than average.

Report: Hospital-Acquired Infection Rates Improve In San Diego

Feb. 11
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The California Department of Public Health reports improvements in the rates of hospital-acquired infections in San Diego and across the state, but they remain a significant public-health problem.

San Diego Chef Shares Romantic Recipes For Valentine's Day

Feb. 11
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Valentine's Day is Sunday, and if you need advice on how to make your loved one feel special, we've got you covered.

California Coastal Commission May Toss Chief Overboard

Feb. 9
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The panel charged with protecting 1,100 miles of California's coastline meets Wednesday in Morro Bay to decide if its executive director, Charles Lester, should stay or go.

Love May Be Linked To The Bacteria In Our Mouths

Feb. 10
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If we find ourselves hopelessly attracted to someone this Valentine's Day, can we blame our microbiome? It turns out that the question of love and sexual attraction makes up part of cutting-edge research into the human microbiome.

Supreme Court Puts Obama's Clean Power Plan On Hold

Feb. 9
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A divided Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to halt enforcement of President Barack Obama's sweeping plan to address climate change until after legal challenges are resolved.

Study: California Drought Means Less Hydropower, More CO2 Pollution

Feb. 10
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A new report shows reduced hydroelectricity generation, due to the drought in California, has increased costs to electric ratepayers and increased greenhouse gas pollution.

San Diego Lecture Explores How Neuroscience Can Promote World Peace

Feb. 10
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology cognitive scientist Emile Bruneau will share his research on empathy at the University of San Diego Wednesday.

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