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San Diego Symphony Offers A Taste Of What's In Store For Next Season

April 7
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The San Diego Symphony previews its upcoming season with musical samples Thursday night at the Copley Symphony Hall in downtown San Diego.

Controversial Vaccine Exemption Measure Gets Its First Hearing In California Senate

April 7
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A measure that would ban all personal belief exemptions for childhood vaccinations will get its first hearing in the state senate Wednesday.

Author Jonathan Eig Talks About The Birth Of The Pill

April 7
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The birth control pill for women has been around since the 1960s. Former Wall Street Journal reporter Jonathan Eig talks about the impact it has made on society in his new book.

How Can San Diego Officers Balance Body Cameras And Civil Rights?

April 6
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Proposed legislation aims to regulate how body camera videos are used by police across California. The San Diego Police Department has been using body cameras since last summer.

San Diego County Announces Free Access To Mental Health First Aid Program

April 6
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The training is aimed at giving people the skills to intervene and give some initial help to people struggling with a mental health crisis.

San Diego Padres Eager To Show Off New Team

April 3
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The Padres' owners remade the team in the off season and are expected to do much better this year than in 2014, when the team finished below .500 and was last in every significant offensive category.

Roundtable Looks At Mandatory Water Restrictions, Unlimited Taxi Permits, And A New Start For The Padres

April 3
By Mark Sauer, Neiko Will
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For the first time ever, California is under mandatory water restrictions. San Diego has lifted the cap on taxi permits. Baseball season is back, and the Padres actually look pretty good this year.

San Diego State Professor Authors Book On Women And Christianity

April 2
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A new book by Rebecca Moore, a professor of religious studies at San Diego State University, examines the role women have played in the way Christianity has been practiced.

San Diego Prepares For California's Mandatory Water Restrictions

April 2
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Gov. Jerry Brown announces mandatory water restrictions as California enters its fourth year of the drought. What does this mean for San Diego residents, businesses and farmers?

Future Of Carlsbad Power Plant Remains In Limbo

April 1
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The iconic smokestack of the Encina power plant is set to be torn down if a new gas-powered plant is approved to replace it. But two state agencies are involved, and more is at stake than just the view from Interstate 5.