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Baby Koalas At San Diego Zoo Right On Track

  • By KPBS
  • / April 17, 2014
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A pair of Queensland koala joeys got a little checkup Thursday to see if they're growing up big and strong.

Baby Giraffe Reunites With Herd At San Diego Zoo Safari Park

  • By KPBS
  • / April 14, 2014
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Leroy the giraffe was reintroduced back into the San Diego Zoo Safari Park herd after a lengthy stay in zoo hospital. Staff watched him around the clock for nearly 40 days and on Monday he got to see Mom again.

What Do You Think About Your City's Future?

  • By KPBS
  • / April 1, 2014

Your city. Your day. Your future. On April 26, local filmmakers will spread across the city to film stories about what's ahead for San Diego.

Magnitude-5.1 Earthquake Shakes Orange County

  • By KPBS
  • / March 28, 2014
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The U.S. Geological Survey said the Friday night quake was centered near La Habra. It was felt throughout Southern California, including San Diego County.

Baby Gorilla Nurses; Mother Holds Her For First Time

  • By KPBS
  • / March 24, 2014
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A baby gorilla at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park was physically introduced with her mother, Imani, for the first time Monday morning.

Suspcious Backpack A 'False Alarm' At Alpine Middle School

  • By KPBS
  • / March 21, 2014
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Students and teachers who were in route to the school were diverted to nearby Boulder Oaks Elementary School as authorities investigated a suspicious backpack, but the incident was ruled a false alarm.

Newborn Gorilla In 'Guarded Condition' After Lung Operation At San Diego Zoo Safari Park

  • By KPBS
  • / March 15, 2014
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After experiencing breathing problems following her birth by cesarean section, the newborn gorilla underwent surgery to fix a collapsed lung.

Baby Gorilla Delivered in Rare C-Section At San Diego Safari Park

  • By KPBS
  • / March 13, 2014
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The baby girl gorilla weighed 4.6 pounds when veterinarians and human neonatal specialists from UCSD Medical Center delivered her Wednesday evening.

Developer Fee Rescinded By San Diego City Council

  • By KPBS
  • / March 4, 2014
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The San Diego City Council has unanimously rescinded a previously approved increase in a construction fee that pays for affordable housing projects.

San Diego City Council To Decide On Developer Fee

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The Council voted to increase the fee late last year by a 5-4 margin. Business leaders who oppose the increase, including former mayor Jerry Sanders, call it a "jobs tax" and gathered enough signatures to force Council action.

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