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California Drought Forces Farmers To Adapt

Sept. 8
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Dry weather, coupled with high water prices, has forced some farmers to stop watering crops and trees. Others have switched to new irrigation methods or less thirsty crops.

Roundtable Analyzes Debates, Fracking, Testing Violations In Chula Vista Schools

Sept. 5
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The Brown-Kashkari debate gave off some heat, but did it enlighten voters? Carol Kim and Chris Cate both want the same City Council seat. The Bureau of Land Management uses an incomplete and flawed study to OK fracking in California. Chula Vista Elementary ignores state law when it tests students.

School Kids And Vaccines: New Numbers Show More California Students Are Not Getting Their Shots

Sept. 4
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The number of parents delaying or declining to vaccinate their school-age children is climbing in California. We'll speak to San Diego doctors and hear about a new NOVA documentary about vaccines.

San Diego Physician Pens Medical Thriller

Sept. 4
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UC San Diego physician Dr. Kelly Parsons has penned his first novel — a medical thriller. The plot of "Doing Harm" involves a surgeon, a serial killer and a hospital.

Governor's Debate: Kashkari Gets His One Shot At Brown

Sept. 4
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Republican Neel Kashkari gets his one chance to debate Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday evening.

San Diego Hosts Ideas@50+ AARP Convention

Sept. 3
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At this week's conference of the AARP, staying brain smart is one topic many in the over 50-crowd are interested in.

Fletcher Announces Creation Of Foundation For Veterans

Sept. 3
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The Three Wise Men Foundation aims to raise awareness of the problems facing veterans returning from war, and provide direct support to organizations and programs that ease the changeover to civilian life.

Deportations Affecting Homelessness In San Diego, Tijuana

Sept. 2
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A forum Wednesday night at the University of San Diego will highlight the issue of homelessness on both sides of the San Diego, Tijuana border.

Back To School For 131K Students In San Diego Unified

Sept. 2
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By City News Service
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The total enrollment is around 2,000 less than last year. Of the total, about 20,000 students will attend charter schools overseen by the district.

Labor Day Jobs Report Has Good and Bad News

Sept. 1
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Labor Day is a good time to look at how jobs and the economy are doing. The nonpartisan California Budget Project has some good and bad news.