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Stories by Alison St John

San Diego Museum Of Art Exhibition Explores Issues Surrounding Role Of Women In Arab Culture

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Ten large-scale photographs from Moroccan-born, New York–based photographer Lalla Essaydi at the Balboa Park museum through Aug. 1.

Oceanside's Rocky Chávez And His Long-Shot Bid For The U.S. Senate

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Republican state Assemblyman Rocky Chávez's name recognition is low and many observers believe his candidacy for Barbara Boxer's U.S. Senate seat in 2016 is a long shot. So who is showing up to support him?

Judge Rules Against Escondido In Battle Over Golf Course

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Vista Superior Court Judge Earl Maas III issued a ruling Friday that is a blow to Escondido residents hoping to preserve a golf course as open space.

North County's Economy Hit Hard By Recession But Recovering

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That's one of the conclusions of a report released Tuesday as part of the second North County Economic Summit being held in Carlsbad.

San Marcos Trails Damaged In Cocos Fire Reopened

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The city of San Marcos has reopened some of the trails running through hillsides burned by last year’s Cocos fire. The refurbished trails are part of an ambitious plan for the hills of North County.

Residents Take A Swing At Rezoning The Escondido Country Club

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The fate of the former Escondido Country Club remains undecided, but residents will tell the city what they would like to see happen to the now-brown golf course at a public workshop Thursday.

Battle Over One Paseo Development Not Over Yet

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The San Diego City Council voted 7-2 to approve the Carmel Valley development, but opponents have launched a petition drive to overturn that decision.

Judge Delays Ruling On Escondido Country Club Development

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One act of the legal battle over a developer’s plan to turn the former Escondido Country Club into a housing development played out in court Thursday. But it’s only part of what could be a long, drawn-out drama.

Both Sides Debate Merits of One Paseo Project In Carmel Valley

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The San Diego City Council will hold a public hearing Monday on the proposed $630 million project that would bring homes, offices and shops to Del Mar Heights Road.

Assemblyman Looking Into Dealings Over San Onofre Closure

A California Assemblyman will look into allegations of unethical communication between the California Public Utilities Commission and utility executives.

One Paseo Project In Carmel Valley Gets Its Public Hearing Monday

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It will be up to the San Diego City Council to decide whether to approve the $650 million One Paseo multi-use project in Carmel Valley that some residents say is too dense and will bring too much traffic to the area.

'Mitigation Bankers' See Profit in Converting Developed Land Back Into Natural Habitat

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Private companies called “Mitigation Bankers” find it can pay to turn developed land back into wetlands, and sell it to developers to mitigate for projects elsewhere. But, not everyone buys into that idea.

Cal State San Marcos President Talks About Preparing For 'Real' Jobs

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Cal State San Marcos President Karen Haynes celebrates the nimbleness of the youngest university in the San Diego region in her “Report to the Community” address.

Changing Demographics Put Some San Diego Golf Courses In Jeopardy

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The Farmers Insurance Golf Tournament tees off at Torrey Pines on Thursday. Golf courses around San Diego hope the excitement generated will boost enthusiasm for the game, which has seen a marked decline. But in San Diego golf courses face a crisis on two fronts.

Calls For State To Get Involved In Nuclear Waste Question

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The head of a panel monitoring the decommissioning of San Onofre says if Congress can’t agree on a place to store radioactive spent fuel, the state should get involved.

'Smart Homes' Will Make Life A Little Easier For Severely Wounded Veterans

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A Marine who lost both his legs and has been through 240 surgeries will find life a little easier, thanks to a new home that broke ground Tuesday in Fallbrook.

Edison Convenes Panel To Focus On Government's Role in Storing Spent Nuclear Fuel

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Southern California Edison convenes a panel this week to focus on the federal government’s role in disposing of spent nuclear fuel from San Onofre.

Bonsall Community Considers Initiative To Save Golf Course

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The San Luis Rey Downs Golf closed down last summer, but the local community is still fighting a plan to turn it back into natural habitat.

New Network To Promote North County Arts

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The North County Arts Network is an initiative to strengthen the arts in North County. It was launched Thursday night.

'Innovation Industry' Fueling San Diego County's Economy

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Businesses linked to the health sciences, biotech and telecommunications are keeping the region's unemployment rate low and helping drive the region's economy.

Why San Diego County's Homeless Count Matters

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This year's annual count of homeless people in San Diego County comes at a time when various agencies and programs have set ambitious goals to end homelessness in the region.

Carlsbad Schools To Reopen Wednesday After Instagram Threat

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Carlsbad High School and Carlsbad Village Academy temporarily closed after an Instagram threat surfaced. An investigation has yet to discover the source of the threat.

DMV: New California Licenses Meant To Increase Safety, Not Deportations

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Thousands of immigrants living illegally in San Diego are expected to apply for a driver’s license under a California law that went into effect Jan. 1.

New Indoor Ice Rink Opens In North San Diego County

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IceTown in Carlsbad is buzzing with activity after opening this week.

New Carlsbad Sign Goes Up Over Highway 101

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After 14 years of planning, the coastal city has its own landmark archway sign.

San Diego Native Tackles Immigration In New Animated Series 'Bordertown'

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Chicano cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz is on the team working on a new animated comedy sitcom tackling changing demographics and immigration. "Bordertown" debuts on Fox in fall 2015.

Terminal 1 Focus Of San Diego Airport Development Plan

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Rebuilding Terminal 1 is part of a long-term plan for the San Diego International Airport, which is designed to help the airport meet demand through 2035.

San Diego's Cuban-Americans Respond To Effort To Revive U.S.-Cuba Relations

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President Barack Obama's announcement on Wednesday sparked debate across the country. Now, local Cuban-Americans share their reactions.

What Motivates People To Give During The Holidays?

The charitable giving season is in full swing and some estimates suggest people being more generous. A San Diego professor explains the psychology behind giving.

Ending Homelessness Among San Diego Veterans Remains A Challenge

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The number of homeless veterans in the U.S. has been cut by 33 percent since 2009 but the country is far from reaching its goal of ending chronic homelessness completely.

Tips For Winter Gardening In California

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All of this rain reminded us that we are approaching the time of year when it is best to plant native species.

San Diego's Rep. Vargas On The Budget Bill, Homeland Security, Salton Sea

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Democratic Rep. Juan Vargas was the only member of San Diego County's congressional delegation to vote against the government spending bill, which the House approved last week and the Senate passed over the weekend.

Toni Atkins Begins First Full Term As California Assembly Speaker

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A conversation with Atkins for her take on what's cooking at the state capital.

Rep. Scott Peters Talks Plans For Upcoming Congressional Term

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Democratic Congressman Scott Peters narrowly won re-election in November, beating Republican Carl DeMaio in a close race that included a lot of negative campaigning from both sides.

Tips On Finding The Right Pets For Your Family

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Staff from Helen Woodward Animal Center will also share tips on keeping your pets safe around the holidays.

San Onofre's Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Plan Worries Some Residents

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Southern California Edison has announced which containers it will use to store tons of radioactive spent fuel at the San Onofre nuclear plant.

Questions Raised About Storage Of Spent Nuclear Fuel At San Onofre

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A new report calls on the nuclear industry to be more transparent about strategies to manage spent nuclear fuel being stored indefinitely in canisters at San Onofre.

Monitoring The Muddy Waters Of Lake San Marcos

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Tranquil Lake San Marcos in San Diego’s North County has pollution problems. At a workshop this week, residents heard the latest on what the agencies responsible are doing about it.

Network Of Winter Shelters For Homeless Opens In North County

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Several winter shelters for adults open around North County on Monday. A shelter in Vista for families with children is already open with all beds full.

North County LGBT Resource Center Offers Safe Place To Celebrate Thanksgiving

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The North County LGBT Resource Center in Oceanside hosts a Thanksgiving lunch Thursday. It's a safe place for people whose families don’t accept them or their same-sex relationships.

New Exhibit Features Rarely Seen Artwork By Dr. Seuss

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The San Diego History Center launched its 2015 Centennial Celebration with the opening of "Ingenious! The World of Dr. Seuss." The exhibit features rare and never-before-seen images by San Diego's renowned local author.

Appeals Court Rules San Diego's Regional Transportation Plan Fails To Meet State Law

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A California appeals court ruled Monday SANDAG's 2050 Regional Transportation Plan does not comply with California laws to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

North County Cops Target Drunken Driving On State Route 78

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Eight North County law enforcement agencies have formed a partnership to cut down on drunken driving on state Route 78.

Native American Film Festival Brings Cultural Dialogue To North County

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The second annual Native American Film Festival brings more than 20 Indian documentaries and short films to North County. It runs from Thursday through Saturday.

Judge Sides With Developer In Fight Over Escondido Golf Course

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A Superior Court judge rejected the city of Escondido’s request to dismiss a developer's lawsuit over the former Escondido Country Club golf course.

'Thunder In The Mountains' Explores America's Gun Culture

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In his debut memoir, 'Thunder in the Mountains: A Portrait of American Gun Culture,' San Diego author Craig Collins writes about growing up with guns and invites readers rethink the gun debate.

A Look At San Diego's Fiscal Health After The Great Recession

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San Diego's economy is expected to exceed $200 billion in GDP in 2014. A new report looks at how San Diego navigated fiscal challenges in the years following the Great Recession.

MiraCosta Opens Larger Veterans Information Center

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MiraCosta College opens a bigger Veterans Information Center to cater to its growing veteran student population.

Last Camp Pendleton Marines Return From Afghanistan

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Camp Pendleton Marines are back from Afghanistan, officially ending their part in a 13-year conflict.

Republicans Win North County Mayoral Races

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In four closely watched mayoral races in North County — Escondido, Encinitas, Vista and Poway — one city saw an upset.

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