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Flashback To 1992: Jerry Brown, A Clinton Campaign, And The DNC

Flashback To 1992: Jerry Brown, A Clinton Campaign, And The DNC

July 28
Ben Bradford / Capital Public Radio

Gov. Jerry Brown has now spoken at two Democratic National Conventions a quarter century apart, where the candidate's name was Clinton. But while the words and dynamics are similar, Brown's role has changed.

San Diego Unified School Board Approves Creation Of Anti-Islamophobia Plan

July 27
By City News Service
San Diego Unified School Board Approves Creation Of Anti-Islamophobia Plan

Superintendent Cindy Marten has been directed to produce a report this fall offering solutions on how to reduce bullying of Muslim students.

Southeastern San Diego Charity Prepares For Major Funding Shift

July 28
By Claire Trageser
Southeastern San Diego Charity Prepares For Major Funding Shift

The main financial support for the charity comes from the Jacobs Family Foundation. By 2030, the foundation will sunset its contributions.

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Finding Romance In The Remote Antarctic

July 28
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Sometimes a love story is not as simple as it seems. And that may be the case in a new romantic novel by Midge Raymond.

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Roger Corman's 'Wasp Woman' Screens With Live Science Commentary

July 28
By Beth Accomando

This summer, Balboa Park comes alive after five with extended hours at participating museums, including theNAT. On Friday, curator of entomology and pop culture fanatic Dr. Michael Wall will screen Roger Corman's 1959 B-movie "Wasp Woman" and provide commentary.

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Gov. Jerry Brown Speaks On Climate Change At DNC

July 27
Capital Public Radio

Democratic party leaders at the national convention in Philadelphia have tried to frame the protests of Bernie Sanders supporters as a family disagreement, rather than party disunity.

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Trial Of Mexican Businessman Accused Of Illegal Political Donations Begins

July 27
By Megan Burke, Maureen Cavanaugh

José Susumo Azano Matsura is accused of illegally donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to support San Diego County District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis and former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner in 2012.

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Once An AIDS Hospice, Dilapidated Truax House Faces Uncertain Future

March 22
By Andrew Bowen

The Truax House in Bankers Hill served as San Diego's first AIDS hospice. As the city of San Diego mulls selling the property, some fear a vital piece of history could be lost.

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San Diego Investors Hope To Jump Start Pot Businesses

July 27
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Canopy San Diego, the first marijuana accelerator in Southern California, plans to give a group of 10 new companies some seed money, office space and mentorship for 16 weeks.

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How Local Police Took Over Immigration Enforcement

July 27
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

A new book details how immigration enforcement became a patchwork of police, sheriff and federal efforts, and how that's changing with renewed calls for border security.

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San Diego Sailor Prepares For Olympic Debut

July 26
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Ahead of the Rio de Janeiro Games, which kicks off August 5, Briana Provancha talks about her training regimen for her first Olympics and the San Diego yacht club that sparked her interest in sailing.

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