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California Bill Would Ground Drones Near Firefighting Efforts

July 21
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Legislation introduced in Sacramento would allow first responders to disable or damage drones if it interferes with emergency responses.

'Maletas Migrantes' Exhibit Opens At New Americans Museum In Point Loma

July 21
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"Maletas Migrantes," which translates to "migrant suitcases," is an art exhibition opening Thursday at the New Americans Museum in Liberty Station. The show features the work of 50 contemporary artists and their interpretations on the concept of migration.

A San Diego Perspective On Reforming Mandatory Minimum Drug Sentences

July 20
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Last week, President Barack Obama became the first sitting president to visit a federal prison. He was there to make his case that the United States is putting too many non-violent offenders in prison for far too long.

The California Lawn Suffers Another Blow

July 20
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Newly constructed homes will only be allowed to have 25 percent of landscaping dedicated to turf under new rules adopted by the California Water Commission.

Roundtable: Stadium EIR, One-Sided Mayor's Race; UCSD v. USC; Chula Vista Districts

July 17
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The San Diego City Council authorizes $2.1 million for an environmental report for a new Chargers stadium. Who's running against the mayor? So far, nobody. UCSD sues USC over alleged poaching of an Alzheimer's study. Chula Vista breaks itself into four districts.

Are Summer Interns In The U.S. Compensated Fairly?

July 16
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According to a 2014 survey of graduating college seniors in the nation, 61 percent said they had held some kind of internship during their college careers. But not all internships are created equal.

How San Diego's Zero Waste Plan Is Different From Standard Paper And Plastic Recycling

July 16
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The City Council has approved a goal of reaching zero waste by the year 2040. To meet the goal it will take a new way of thinking about how to dispose the things we want to throw away.

Shooting Saddam: Encinitas Cameraman Goes Behind-the-Scenes Of Hussein Trial

July 16
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Dennis Lynch of Encinitas offers a behind-the-scenes look at the trial that led to the conviction of Saddam Hussein in his new memoir.

San Diego Pride Celebrates Transgender Community

July 15
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San Diego's Pride Parade and Festival take place this weekend and there's plenty to celebrate in the LGBT community. Midday Edition takes a look at victories and challenges still facing many in the LGBT community.

Jurors Start Deliberating In Colorado Theater Shooting Case

July 15
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Deliberations began Wednesday morning in the trial of James Holmes, who's accused of opening fire on a Colorado movie theater three years ago, killing 12 people and wounding 70 others.