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San Diego Mother-Daughter Adventures Highlighted In 'We'll Always Have Paris'

April 2
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A San Diego author has given her daughter memories that will last a lifetime. When Jennifer Coburn's daughter Katie was just 8 years old the pair dropped everything, hopped on a plane and headed off to Paris for a mother-daughter vacation.

U.S. Supreme Court Takes On San Diego Case Involving Warrantless Cellphone Searches

April 1
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Should police need a warrant to search your smartphone? A San Diego case goes before the U.S. Supreme Court late this month and tackles the ongoing debate over privacy rights and technology.

How Might A Union For College Athletes Change Collegiate Sports?

April 1
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SDSU management professor Gangaram Singh discusses the implications across college sports of the recent decision allowing Northwestern University football players to unionize.

Cesar Chavez's Legacy Continues To Inspire San Diego Labor Movement

March 31
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On Cesar Chavez Day, San Diego labor leaders remember the labor leader's legacy and discuss the state of the labor movement in the region.

Former San Diego Mayor Sanders On Upcoming Mexico Trip, Linkage Fee, Balboa Park Celebration

March 27
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A conversation with former San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders and current Chamber of Commerce CEO about a range of topics from a California-Mexico trade initiative to the Balboa Park Centennial.

San Diego Study Looks At Impact Of War On Children

March 27
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The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have had a lasting effect on San Diego's military community, including kids. A new University of San Diego study focuses on the children of wounded service members.

Midday Movies: '5 Hour Friends'

March 27
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The first San Diego Film Awards took place recently in an effort to bring attention to filmmaking in town after the closure of the San Diego Film Commission. There was not a category for best feature film but that might change if more films like "5 Hour Friends" (opening March 28 at Reading Gaslamp and AMC Theaters) are shot in San Diego.

San Onofre - Decommissioning A Nuclear Power Plant

March 26
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With San Onofre nuclear power plant shutdown for good -- the attention has turned to decommissioning the plant. But many questions remain about the process, the cost and the security of the radioactive waste onsite. Last night the first public meeting was held to address concerns. The Community Engagement Panel was created by Southern California Edison to advise the public on decommissioning.

Justices Divide By Gender In Hobby Lobby Contraception Case

March 25
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The company, citing religious objections, says it shouldn't have to provide contraception coverage in its health plan. The coverage is mandated by the Affordable Care Act.

Drought Continues As San Diego Looks At Reusable Water

March 25
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San Diego Public Utilities officials will present a plan called "Pure Water San Diego" to a city council committee Wednesday. It calls for turning wastewater into reusable potable water by 2035. We explain the plan and its challenges.