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No More Free Ride For Businesses Operating At Oceanside Beaches

Feb. 4
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The Oceanside City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to require people who use the city's parks and beaches to make money to pay for a city permit to operate there.

Drunkorexia: Swapping Meals For Drinks

Feb. 4
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Binge drinking on college campuses is nothing new, but some experts say more students are now trading food calories for alcoholic calories to stay thin and get drunk faster. It's called "drunkorexia."

What The Veteran Suicide Prevention Bill Would Mean For San Diego

Feb. 4
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President Barack Obama has said he would sign the "Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for American Veterans Act" into law. The Senate passed the bill on Tuesday.

Members Of San Diego Citizens' Stadium Advisory Group Talk About Their Mission

Feb. 2
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Two members of the stadium panel — former NFL executive Jim Steeg and chamber of commerce executive Aimee Faucett — talk about the group's mission.

Study: Federal Government Not Enforcing Child Welfare Laws

Feb. 2
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National child welfare laws are on the books, but a San Diego study finds a lack of enforcement.

San Diego Moxie Theatre Presents 'Trouble In Mind'

Jan. 30
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Moxie Theatre is reviving the play 1950's Alice Childress play "Trouble in Mind" which grapples with issues about race and gender.

Roundtable: Dangerous Dentists; Laura's Law; Seizing Drug Assets

Jan. 30
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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It takes over three years to stop a dentist who harms patients in California. The County Board of Supervisors finally moves to implement Laura's Law, mandating treatment for the dangerous mentally ill. Law enforcement can seize your car, cash, and weapons without charging you with a crime.

Film 'By Blood' To Open San Diego Black Film Festival

Jan. 28
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"By Blood" chronicles American Indians who are descendents of black slaves as they battle to regain tribal citizenship. The film's west coast premiere takes place Thursday at the San Diego Black Film Festival.

Judge To Rule On Law That Classifies Marijuana As One Of The Most Dangerous Drugs

Jan. 29
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A 1970 federal law labeled marijuana as a Schedule 1 drug but a U.S. judge in California is expected to rule this year on the constitutionality of that law.

San Diego’s Collective Immunity Threatened By Declining Vaccination Rates

Jan. 29
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Immunologists are raising the alarm about what they say is our collective amnesia over the damage these diseases have wrought in the past.