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City Heights Nonprofit Struggles To Connect With San Diego Businesses

City Heights Nonprofit Struggles To Connect With San Diego Businesses

Since the City Heights Partnership for Children launched in 2011 it has struggled to team up with San Diego businesses. A recent case study offers some answers behind the trend.

California Voter Registration Website Now Available In 10 Languages

April 23
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California Voter Registration Website Now Available In 10 Languages

The state's voter registration website is now available in 10 languages. The question is, will those improvements to the website actually increase voter turnout in our increasingly multi-cultural state?

Chula Vista Police Cracking Down On Distracted Drivers

April 22
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Chula Vista Police Cracking Down On Distracted Drivers

Chula Vista police, the California Highway Patrol and more than 200 other law enforcement agencies have pledged zero-tolerance for drivers breaking the state's "hands free" cell phone law.

UC San Diego Researcher Traces American History Of Democracy And Racist Immigration Laws

April 22
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The U.S. has barred people based on race longer than any other country in the western hemisphere. A new book co-authored by a UC San Diego researcher looks at the history of democracy and racist immigration policy in the Americas.

U.N. Report: Avoiding Climate Change Possible With 'Substantial Emission Reductions'

April 21
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The U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has just released its fifth report on the rapidly closing window of time to take action on reducing greenhouse gases.

Museum Of Making Music

April 21
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The Museum of Making Music in Carlsbad allows people to gain a deeper understanding of music, how it is made, and how people create and use instruments. Its latest special exhibit focuses on the banjo.

San Diego County Report Shows Drop In Violent Crime In 2013

April 21
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The latest report on crime in San Diego County is out, and a lot of people have been watching the trends carefully, concerned that realignment — the transfer of thousands of offenders from the state to the county system — might result in higher crime rates here.

Roundtable: City Budget, Climate Change Politics, Vets And Painkillers

April 18
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San Diego's 2015 budget increases public safety, infrastructure expenses. The U.N. says action on climate change is needed urgently, but the political divide is wide and deep. San Diego's VA leads the way on curbing painkiller abuse among vets.

San Diego Health Report Card Shows No Improvement In Child Immunization Rate

April 17
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Every two years, The Children's Initiative offers a detailed analysis of 25 key indicators of the health and well being of children throughout San Diego County. But the Report Card goes beyond metrics. It also reveals why the findings are important and recommends ways to improve each problem.

Teen Pregnancy Rates Down In San Diego County — But More Can Be Done

April 17
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Pregnancy rates are down around the county — and nation — but health officials warn there are still 1,700 births by teens every week. We take a look at what's being done to educate teens in an effort to prevent teen pregnancy.

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