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Digging Into The Data: How Attainable Is The California D...

Digging Into The Data: How Attainable Is The California Dream Today?

Feb. 15
Matt Levin/CALMatters

No one has the exact same definition of the California dream. Ask the 39 million current Californians about what the dream should be, and aside from most of us agreeing that the daily temperature should dip no colder than the mid-50s, you’ll likely get 39 million very different answers.

#CADream: What have you always wondered about the cost of...

#CADream: What have you always wondered about the cost of living in California?

Feb. 14
KPCC

Whether you’re looking for advice on where a family of four can afford to live in California, we want to know your questions about the costs of living in California. We’ll work to answer them as part of our ongoing California Dream collaboration.

Basketball Legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Discusses New Memoir

Basketball Legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Discusses New Memoir

Feb. 14
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Abdul-Jabbar is one of the featured speakers at this year’s Writer’s Symposium by the Sea, which runs Feb. 19-23, at Point Loma Nazarene University. His latest book is “Becoming Kareem: Growing Up On and Off The Court."

Children's Author Sally Pla Provides Mirror For Kids On A...

Children's Author Sally Pla Provides Mirror For Kids On Autism Spectrum, Window For Others

Feb. 14
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

Despite the large number of children impacted by autism, San Diego County resident Sally Pla said there is not enough children's literature that features kids whose brains operate a bit differently. She has made it her mission to change that.

San Diego Contemplates A Region Without Qualcomm

San Diego Contemplates A Region Without Qualcomm

Feb. 14
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Executives from rival chipmakers Qualcomm and Broadcom will have their first face-to-face meeting Wednesday to discuss Broadcom's $121 billion takeover bid, just days after Qualcomm rejected the offer.

Marijuana Regulations Creating Buzz In North County Super...

Marijuana Regulations Creating Buzz In North County Supervisors Race

Feb. 14
By Alison St John

This year, the cannabis industry can legally throw money into politics in California, and candidates can legally accept it. One race where marijuana money may flow is the race to replace San Diego County Supervisor Bill Horn.

Judge Rules Against Trump In Case Over Immigration Program

Judge Rules Against Trump In Case Over Immigration Program

Feb. 13
By Associated Press

President Donald Trump's administration didn't offer "legally adequate reasons" for ending a program that spared many young immigrants from deportation if they were brought to the U.S. as children, a judge ruled Tuesday as he ordered the program to continue.

‘We Said Enough’ Co-Founder Discusses What’s Next In Anti...

‘We Said Enough’ Co-Founder Discusses What’s Next In Anti-Sexual Harassment Movement

Feb. 13
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Adama Iwu, co-founder of the "We Said Enough" movement will be speaking Tuesday at a forum on sexual harassment at the University of San Diego.

Craig Noel Awards Honor San Diego Theater

Craig Noel Awards Honor San Diego Theater

Feb. 13
By Nina Garin

Every year San Diego's theater critics award the best plays and musicals that were performed on San Diego stages, and this year's big winners include "In the Heights" and "The Ballad of Emmett Till."

Are Hispanics A Racial Group, Ethnicity Or Both?

Are Hispanics A Racial Group, Ethnicity Or Both?

Feb. 13
By Michael Lipkin

About 45 percent of Hispanics self-identify as white, according to UCLA law professor Laura Gómez, but that’s not likely how others see them.