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Supreme Court Rejects 2 Gun Rights Appeals

Supreme Court Rejects 2 Gun Rights Appeals

Feb. 21
By Associated Press

The Supreme Court is rejecting two challenges by guns rights groups to California laws regulating firearms' sales.

NPR's Kelly McEvers Talks War Reporting With San Diego St...

NPR's Kelly McEvers Talks War Reporting With San Diego Students

Feb. 21
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

McEvers wants students to think about why they want to risk their lives. "Do it for the right reasons," she said.

Gavin Newsom Says No Way He’s Running For President

Gavin Newsom Says No Way He’s Running For President

Feb. 21
Monica Lam, Scott Shafer/KQED

California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom said he wants California’s top job, but that he would pass on running for president. “With all due respect, ex-president sounds like a great job,” he said.

'Cool, Cloudy' Weather Expected Through Friday

'Cool, Cloudy' Weather Expected Through Friday

Feb. 21
By City News Service

A cold snap that settled over Southern California over the weekend delivered a few record low temperatures in the San Diego area Tuesday, the National Weather Service reported.

El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells Challenging Rep. Duncan Hunter ...

El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells Challenging Rep. Duncan Hunter For 50th District Seat

Feb. 20
By Brooke Ruth, City News Service, Jade Hindmon

El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells, a Republican, announced Tuesday he would run for the 50th Congressional District seat.

UC Health Study Hopes To End Confusion Over Mammogram Scr...

UC Health Study Hopes To End Confusion Over Mammogram Screenings

Feb. 20
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The Wisdom study, which is currently looking for 100,000 women across California to volunteer, will examine whether annual mammograms are the best way to screen for breast cancer or whether a more personalized approach could deliver better outcomes.

Former Border Patrol Agent Writes About Reality Of The Job

Former Border Patrol Agent Writes About Reality Of The Job

Feb. 20
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

After Francisco Cantú studied immigration in college, he found himself still obsessed with the border, even dreaming about it. He felt the only way to answer the questions he still had was to steep himself in the desert.

Primatologist And Author: Morality Wasn't Invented By Rel...

Primatologist And Author: Morality Wasn't Invented By Religion

Feb. 20
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

Primatologist and author Frans de Waal, Ph.D., says several species of mammals exhibit cooperative, even empathetic behavior, which is one of the hallmarks of morality. De Waal is speaking at SDSU Tuesday.

Owning Our Own Experience: Life As A Modern Father

Owning Our Own Experience: Life As A Modern Father

Feb. 20
Peter Arcuni/KQED

Becoming a parent has been the most profound experience of my life — simultaneously the hardest and most rewarding thing I’ve done. As we’ve been reconsidering notions of masculinity in today’s society, I went in search of the “Modern Father.”

Supervisor Roberts: Bullish On Electric Car Future In Cal...

Supervisor Roberts: Bullish On Electric Car Future In California

Feb. 20
By Erik Anderson

A long-time member of the California Air Resources Board considers the future of the electric vehicles in California.