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FEMA Disaster Relief Center Opens To Help Lilac Fire Victims

FEMA Disaster Relief Center Opens To Help Lilac Fire Victims

Jan. 22
By Matt Hoffman

The disaster recovery center is run by FEMA and the U.S. Small Business Administration who will be in Fallbrook until Wednesday before the center relocates to Bonsall.

Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner Wants Redemption In New...

Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner Wants Redemption In New Interview

Jan. 22
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner is apologizing yet again for sexually harassing numerous women during his political career, asking for redemption in his first substantive comments since the #MeToo movement prompted more public conversations about the sexual abuse women face.

San Diego Supervisor Kristin Gaspar Running For Issa's Se...

San Diego Supervisor Kristin Gaspar Running For Issa's Seat In Congress

Jan. 22
By KPBS News

San Diego County Supervisor Kristin Gaspar, a Republican, has jumped in the race for Rep. Darrell Issa's 49th Congressional District seat.

San Diego County Republican Leader Discusses 2018 Elections

San Diego County Republican Leader Discusses 2018 Elections

Jan. 22
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Tony Krvaric has chaired the San Diego County Republican Party for more than 10 years. He joins Midday Edition to outline his priorities for the midterm elections and whether this will be his final year at the helm of the county's GOP.

San Diego To Boost Housing Vouchers, But Declines More Ge...

San Diego To Boost Housing Vouchers, But Declines More Generous Approach

Jan. 22
By Claire Trageser

At the beginning of 2018, some low-income San Diegans started getting more federal assistance for rent to live in more expensive neighborhoods. But while a recent court ruling could have given them even more, that additional money is likely not coming their way.

Councilman Cate Will Not Have To Testify In Leaked Memo Suit

Councilman Cate Will Not Have To Testify In Leaked Memo Suit

Jan. 19
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego City Councilman Chris Cate will not have to give sworn testimony about his leak of a confidential city attorney's memo last year.

SoccerCity Backers Blast SDSU West Plan For Mission Valle...

SoccerCity Backers Blast SDSU West Plan For Mission Valley Development

Jan. 19
By Erik Anderson

The soccer-focused group aiming to redevelop the Mission Valley Stadium site took aim at a similar proposal being pushed by Friends of San Diego State University.

IRS Announces Potential Extended Tax Filing Deadline For ...

IRS Announces Potential Extended Tax Filing Deadline For Lilac Fire Victims

Jan. 17
By City News Service

Residents and businesses affected by the Lilac Fire and other recent natural disasters in California may qualify for extended tax filing deadlines, the Internal Revenue Service announced Wednesday.

Rep. Scott Peters Co-Authors Bipartisan DACA Bill

Rep. Scott Peters Co-Authors Bipartisan DACA Bill

Jan. 17
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Megan Burke

A new bipartisan proposal to fix the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was announced Tuesday. Supporters said the bill is backed by more than 40 members of Congress.

SANDAG To Hold Public Forums To Find New Executive Director

SANDAG To Hold Public Forums To Find New Executive Director

Jan. 17
By City News Service

The San Diego Association of Governments will kick off a series of public forums Wednesday night aimed at finding a new executive director after the last leader left the agency amid fallout from a scandal.

Women Gather In San Diego To Learn To Run For Office

Women Gather In San Diego To Learn To Run For Office

Jan. 17
By Susan Murphy

First, they marched. Now they’re running — for office. At a four day conference in San Diego this week, nearly 100 women from across the nation are learning the important tools for building campaign operations — from communications to fundraising.

San Diego Judge Disparaged By Trump Remarks Speaks On MLK...

San Diego Judge Disparaged By Trump Remarks Speaks On MLKs Legacy

Jan. 16
By Steve Walsh

As a candidate, President Donald Trump questioned Judge Gonzalo Curiel's Mexican heritage as part of the Trump University case, which was decided in San Diego.

How A Group Of Janitors Started A Movement To Stop Sexual...

How A Group Of Janitors Started A Movement To Stop Sexual Abuse

Jan. 16
Bernice Yeung/ Reveal

In the #MeToo era, KQED is revisiting its groundbreaking “Rape on the Night Shift” series from 2015.

Councilman Ward Backs Mayor's Response To San Diego's Hom...

Councilman Ward Backs Mayor's Response To San Diego's Homelessness Crisis

Jan. 16
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

In downtown San Diego, the city's struggle to help its neediest residents is most apparent. Nearly 1,300 people sleep on the street, according to the latest census from the Regional Task Force on the Homeless.

Trump Defends Himself Anew Against Charges That He Is Racist

Trump Defends Himself Anew Against Charges That He Is Racist

Jan. 15
By Associated Press

President Donald Trump is defending himself anew against accusations that he is racist, this time after recent disparaging comments about Haiti and African nations.

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