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San Diego Transgender Teen Deaths Prompt Questions On Bullying, Support

April 13
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Following the suicides of two transgender teens in San Diego County, experts offer a look at the challenges facing LGBTQ teens and advice on what schools and adults can do to help them.

Real Estate Experts Discuss Rise In San Diego Home Prices

April 13
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The cost of a single-family home jumped 4 percent from February to March — bringing the median price to $519,540.

Global Health Expert In San Diego To Discuss Lessons From Ebola Outbreak

April 13
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The number of new cases of Ebola in West Africa continue to wind down and the U.S. Ebola panic appears to be over. What are the lessons learned from the Ebola epidemic for the U.S. and responding nations? And what would happen with a new outbreak?

Roundtable Looks At Water Restrictions, Oversight At Civic San Diego And Attorney Cory Briggs

April 10
By Mark Sauer, Neiko Will
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No more lawns, judicious flushing and severe punishments for water wasters could be coming, as state and local agencies unveil conservation plans. Critics call for more oversight of the Civic San Diego development agency. And San Diego reaches a settlement in a conflict of interest case involving San Diego attorney Cory Briggs.

Tijuana’s Nortec Collective To Make Bittersweet Appearance At Coachella

April 9
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This will be Bostich + Fussible's final appearance at Coachella Music Festival as Nortec Collective. The Tijuana-based electronic duo says its leaving the Nortec sound to pursue new projects.

San Diego Groups Weigh In On Proposed Immigration Bills

April 9
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This week California Democrats proposed an immigration package consisting of 10 bills aimed at extending health care, legal rights and business protections to immigrants living in the state illegally.

San Diego County's Water Use Soars Amid Drought

April 9
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By Susan Murphy
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Despite long-standing calls for cutbacks, San Diego County’s overall water use in February soared 13 percent higher than for the same period in 2013.

San Diego Man's Great Grandfather's Story Lives On In New Civil War Book

April 8
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The 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War is being remembered this week. Among those remembering the anniversary of the war's end is Bill Ketchum who has a direct connection to a Civil War soldier.

La Jolla Looks For Next Steps To Address Odor Issues

April 8
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The La Jolla Town Council will hold a hearing on sea lion issues at the cove. A sea lion expert from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is scheduled to attend.

Restaurant Group: Freeze Minimum Wage Increase For Tipped California Workers

April 8
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The California Restaurant Association is sponsoring a bill that would freeze state minimum wage at its current level of $9 an hour for workers who get tips.