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Obama's Immigration Policy On Hold — What's Next?

Feb. 18
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President Barack Obama's plan for expanded deportation relief for millions of immigrants living in the U.S. illegally is on hold after a federal judge issued a temporary injunction.

One Paseo Project In Carmel Valley Gets Its Public Hearing Monday

Feb. 18
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It will be up to the San Diego City Council to decide whether to approve the $650 million One Paseo multi-use project in Carmel Valley that some residents say is too dense and will bring too much traffic to the area.

Report: San Diegans Used More Water Despite Drought

Feb. 17
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As California deals with one of the most severe droughts in state history, a new report finds San Diegans used more water last year than they did in each of the preceding four years.

California Committee Explores Road Usage Charge In Place Of Gas Tax

Feb. 17
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The state has mandated cars have high-fuel efficiencies, and encouraged drivers to buy hybrid and electric vehicles, all in an effort to reduce gas consumption. And it's been working - so well, that we now have to find a new way to finance road maintenance.

Comedian Maz Jobrani Discusses 'Memoirs Of A Middle Eastern Funnyman'

Feb. 17
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Iranian-American actor and comedian Maz Jobrani tells his story about growing up as an Iranian immigrant in Southern California.

Death Cafe Movement Grows In San Diego

Feb. 16
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Talking with a group of strangers about death. It's the premise behind the death cafes popping up in San Diego. And participants say it can be a life-changing experience.

How Should Drug Trials Be Conducted In The Middle Of An Ebola Outbreak?

Feb. 16
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The anti-Ebola drug ZMapp, developed in San Diego, is about to start clinical trials in Liberia. Doctors will explain the ethical challenges posed by drug testing during an outbreak.

Sports Psychologist Says Females Compete Differently Than Males

Feb. 16
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Joan Steidinger, a sports psychologist, has written a book looking at how female athletes collaborate and compete. It may not only help athletes but also coaches, teammates and parents.

Roundtable Looks At Sempra Vs. Azano, SDPD Pay Raises, Wacky Waterfront Projects

Feb. 13
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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Bribery accusations highlight the prolonged battle between Mexican businessman Jose Azano and Sempra Energy. Will increased take-home pay mean more San Diego Police Department officers stay here? And what's up with all the waterfront proposals?

Leading Linguists Lecturing On Language Evolution At UC San Diego

Feb. 12
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When it comes to language — how often do people stop and think: How did these sounds come to mean anything?