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California Housing Restrictions Relaxed For Some Sex Offenders

March 30
Midday Edition
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The California Department of Corrections has changed its policy of prohibiting all sex offenders from living near parks, schools and other places where children congregate.

Older Sister Of Gov. Jerry Brown Dies

March 30
By Associated Press
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Cynthia Kelly was 81. She was the second-born daughter of former Gov. Pat Brown and his wife, Bernice.

Oceanside City Councilman Jerry Kern To Run For Chávez's Assembly Seat

March 30
By Alison St John
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Oceanside Republican City Councilman Jerry Kern will run for the 76th California State Assembly seat to be vacated by Rocky Chávez next year.

Judge Confirms Ruling Tossing La Jolla Odor Lawsuit

March 27
By City News Service
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A Superior Court judge rejected claims in a lawsuit filed by La Jolla business owners upset with a foul odor along the scenic coastline believed to be caused by sea lion and bird droppings.

Roundtable: Another Referendum; The Future of Logan Heights; Bike Lane Backlash

March 27
By Mark Sauer, Neiko Will
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The battle over the massive One Paseo development may play out in the voting booth. Gentrification fears lead Logan Heights residents to opt for keeping the status quo. And it's bikes versus businesses in Hillcrest.

Gov. Brown Signs $1B Water Plan For Dry California

March 27
By Associated Press
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The governor signed legislation that speeds up $1 billion in water infrastructure spending amid the worst drought in a generation, although much of the plan was drawn with future dry years in mind.

San Diego Second In U.S. For Solar Installations

March 27
By City News Service
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At the end of 2014, 149 megawatts of solar capacity was in operation in San Diego, behind only the 170 megawatts in Los Angeles.

Chances Of Being Locked Up Vary Widely Across California

March 27
By Associated Press
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The number of inmates in California's county jails has fallen significantly since peaking in 2007, but new statistics show a wide disparity still exists among locales.

$1B Plan To Help Drought-Stricken California Heads To Jerry Brown

March 26
By Associated Press
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A plan to pump $1 billion of water spending into California was cleared by the Legislature on Thursday. The legislation includes $267 million to be provided in grants to water-recycling projects and expand drinking water supplies in small and poor cities.

San Diego County, City Join Forces On Chargers Stadium Effort

March 26
By City News Service
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The county and city of San Diego will explore financing options for a new Chargers stadium. Initially they plan to share costs to bring in consultants and attorneys.

San Diego Chaldean Leader Pushes For Iraq, Syria Refugee Bill

March 26
By Susan Murphy
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"My message to Congress is clear," said Mark Arabo, advocate for Iraqi Christians. "If they do not pass this bill, then they’re sentencing my people to death."

Immigrants In U.S. Illegally Could Qualify For Medi-Cal

March 26
By Kenny Goldberg
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Up to 500,000 immigrants living illegally in California could get Medi-Cal coverage if executive actions by President Barack Obama take effect.

Video Shows Filner Answering Questions About Sexual Harassment Scandal

March 26
By 10News
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In deposition video, former mayor Bob Filner admitted it wasn’t unusual for him to make comments with sexual innuendos while serving as mayor.

Poll: Support For Legalizing Marijuana Rising In California

March 25
By Erik Anderson, Associated Press
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Support for legalizing marijuana in California appears to be growing gradually stronger, amid talk of renewed efforts to bring a proposal to the state ballot to legalize its use.

California Assembly Measure Would Expand Family Leave

March 25
By Kenny Goldberg
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California was the first state in the nation to offer paid family leave in 2002. A measure that would expand the program will get its first hearing in the state Assembly next month.

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