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Oceanside City Manager Forced Out; City Pays Him $289,000

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The action wasn’t a total surprise because the City Council agenda said a closed session was being held to review and possibly dismiss City Manager Steve Jepsen. The decision was not unanimous.

San Diego County Measles Cases Climb To 13

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The three new people diagnosed with the diseases traveled to Disneyland on Dec. 18 and were not vaccinated for the measles.

Trolley Gets Wrapped Up In Balboa Park Celebration

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A red trolley car has been transformed into one featuring photos of Balboa Park from 1915, when the the Panama-California Exposition was held there.

10 Measles Cases Confirmed In San Diego County

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All of the confirmed cases either reported travel to Disneyland on Dec. 18 or the infected people had been in close contact with someone who had visited the park, San Diego County health officials said.

New Year Brings More News To KPBS FM Schedule

Starting today, KPBS Radio will feature a new schedule in the middle of the day and on the weekends.

San Diego Charger Junior Seau A Hall Of Fame Finalist

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Junior Seau, the beloved San Diego Chargers linebacker who was raised in Oceanside, was named Thursday night as one of the finalists to the Pro Football Hall of Fame for 2015.

U-T San Diego Cartoonist Steve Breen Reacts To Paris Killings

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Steve Breen, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winning editorial cartoonist, issued a statement Wednesday condemning the killing of four cartoonists and eight others at the Paris office of Charlie Hebdo.

PREBYS INCREASES SUPPORT FOR MASTERPIECE

Just as audiences await this Sunday's season five debut of Downton Abbey, KPBS announced local philanthropists and drama lovers Conrad Prebys and Debbie Turner have increased their support for KPBS and the MASTERPIECE Trust to the tune of $1 million.

Final Goodbye: Roll Call Of Some Who Died In 2014

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Many notable people left the world in 2014, including some well-known San Diego figures.

Revisiting 2014 KPBS Feature Stories: Fighting Fires, SDSU Sex Assaults, Uber, D-Day, Dyslexia

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A look back at some of the stories KPBS covered in 2014: the role aerial firefighting played in battling the May wildfires; combating campus sexual assaults; Uber vs. taxis; the 70th anniversary of D-Day; and a mother's battle for her dyslexic son.

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