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Why San Diego County's Homeless Count Matters

Jan. 13
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This year's annual count of homeless people in San Diego County comes at a time when various agencies and programs have set ambitious goals to end homelessness in the region.

Roadside Survival: Low-Tech Solutions To Automobile Breakdowns

Jan. 12
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A flat tire or overheated radiator can ruin your day. We'll tell you how to prevent your next car breakdown and offer some simple tips that may get your vehicle running.

A Discussion On The Motivations Behind The Paris Terror Attacks

Jan. 12
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The shootings in Paris last week renewed questions about the challenges nations face in identifying terrorist threats and preventing attacks.

Roundtable On Brown's Plans, High School Football Concussions, Corruption In Calexico

Jan. 9
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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The governor goes greener — and fiscally leaner. A concussion last fall at a La Jolla High football game has ramifications. And the FBI is on the case of corrupt Calexico cops.

Streak of Solid Hiring In U.S. Bolsters Confidence About 2015

Jan. 9
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December's job gains capped a stellar year for hiring that saw nearly 3 million jobs created, the most since 1999.

'San Diego's Historic Places' Looks Back To 1915 Expo

Jan. 8
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The KPBS-TV series "San Diego's Historic Places" is devoting a whole six-part series to the evolution of Balboa Park.

Councilman Gloria Wants To Make It Harder To Pass Referendums In San Diego

Jan. 8
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San Diego City Councilman Todd Gloria will ask the City Council and state lawmakers to look into making it harder to put referendums on the ballot after legislation he supported, including raising the minimum wage, were derailed.

San Diegans On Targeting Journalists

Jan. 7
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A journalism professor, a cartoonist and a newspaper editor react to the Paris shooting that left 12 people dead.

San Diego Repertory Theatre Presents World Premier Production Of 'Steal Heaven'

Jan. 8
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"Steal Heaven," by playwright Herbert Singuenza, centers on the life and times of the late activist Abbie Hoffman. It runs through Jan. 25 at the Lyceum Theatre.

How To Prevent The Flu, Measles and Whooping Cough

Jan. 8
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San Diego County officials reported the first two deaths in the region from the flu this season and are also warning of a potential exposure to measles at Parkway Plaza. KPBS talks to a Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Center doctor about how to prevent these diseases.