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California Rebate Meant To Encourage Energy Conservation

April 7
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Check your utility bill - SDG&E is rebating $36 to its customers as part of a program to fight climate change.

Judge Rules Barrio Logan Community Plan Will Be Referendum On June 3 Ballot

April 4
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A San Diego Superior Court judge has denied an injunction that would have put the Barrio Logan community plan into the courtroom.

Retired San Diego 911 Operator Writes About Handling Emergencies, Large And Small

April 7
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From funny, to heartbreaking to downright strange, we'll hear about the stories in a new book by a former San Diego Police Department 911 dispatcher.

Should E-Cigarettes Be Treated Like Cigarettes?

April 7
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The introduction of e-cigarettes, depending on who you talk to, is either an appealing alternative to help addicted current smokers give up tobacco or gateway devices for a new generation of tobacco smokers.

Roundtable: Fewer Fire Engines; More Opera Intrigue; Scarce Ensenada Water

April 4
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San Diego Fire & Rescue has 32 reserve engines in case of a major wildfire, but only three of them are ready to roll. The intrigue surrounding the San Diego Opera's demise is somewhat, um, operatic. Ensenada is facing a water shortage.

Encinitas To Spend $10 Million To Keep Coastal Property Public

April 3
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The Encinitas City Council voted recently to buy the Pacific View Elementary school site for $10 million in an effort to prevent a prime piece of public land from falling into private developers hands.

San Diego Business Helping Rwandans Thrive 20 Years After Genocide

April 3
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Twenty years ago this month, a brutal massacre took place in Rwanda where political rivalry between Hutus and Tusis tribes led to the genocide and 1 million deaths. A San Diego company is one of many working in the region helping Rwandans thrive and heal.

Campaign Finance Ruling Winners: The Political Pros

April 2
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In practical terms, the Supreme Court ruling could mean more money flowing to political operatives and party committees.

Groups Merge To Make San Diego More Pedestrian, Bike Friendly

April 2
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Two local groups, Move San Diego and Walk San Diego team up to form Circulate San Diego, a new organization that aims to boost efforts to bring alternative forms of transportation to San Diego.

Washington Landslide A Wake-Up Call About Threat Of Natural Disasters In San Diego

April 2
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As of the latest update, officials say 29 bodies have been recovered from the collapse of the Hazel Slide in the town of Oso. Another 20 people are still reported missing.