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Family DNA Used To Track Down Suspect In 'North County Creeper' Case

Feb. 23
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The use of familial DNA has been deemed a tool of last resort for investigators in California but even so, some say it raises troubling constitutional and privacy rights issues.

Roundtable: Chargers Stadium Debate; Landlord Code Violations

Feb. 20
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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The Chargers have entered into a surprise agreement with the hated Oakland Raiders to occupy a stadium in an L.A. suburb -- together. Landlords with rafts of health and safety code violations aren't called to account by the city.

Exhibit Unites Humanity Through 45 Questions

Feb. 19
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San Diego's Museum of Photographic arts is celebrating the centennial in Balboa Park with a video exhibition of people and voices from around the world. It's called "7 billion Others."

Mayor Faulconer On Stadium Task Force, Assessing Roads

Feb. 19
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San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer on Thursday said his stadium task force is the kind of group that's needed to make headway on finding a home for the Chargers.

Midday Movies: Handicapping The 87th Academy Awards

Feb. 19
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The 87th Academy Awards are this Sunday (red carpet begins at 4 p.m.). Vegas oddsmakers have the independent film "Boyhood" as the favorite with the Clint Eastwood war film "American Sniper" as the extreme long shot. Find out what a pair of San Diego film critics think of this year's Oscar race.

Lunar New Year Tet Festival Celebrates Vietnamese Heritage

Feb. 18
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San Diego's 10th Annual Tet Festival takes place in Mira Mesa this weekend.

Obama's Immigration Policy On Hold — What's Next?

Feb. 18
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President Barack Obama's plan for expanded deportation relief for millions of immigrants living in the U.S. illegally is on hold after a federal judge issued a temporary injunction.

One Paseo Project In Carmel Valley Gets Its Public Hearing Monday

Feb. 18
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It will be up to the San Diego City Council to decide whether to approve the $650 million One Paseo multi-use project in Carmel Valley that some residents say is too dense and will bring too much traffic to the area.

Report: San Diegans Used More Water Despite Drought

Feb. 17
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As California deals with one of the most severe droughts in state history, a new report finds San Diegans used more water last year than they did in each of the preceding four years.

California Committee Explores Road Usage Charge In Place Of Gas Tax

Feb. 17
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The state has mandated cars have high-fuel efficiencies, and encouraged drivers to buy hybrid and electric vehicles, all in an effort to reduce gas consumption. And it's been working - so well, that we now have to find a new way to finance road maintenance.