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Business Report: Amazon Abandons NYC Plan

Feb. 15
By Bennett Lacy, Ebone Monet

Amazon Abandons New York City, Target considers UC San Diego and millions of late car payments.

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Scripps Oceanography Pioneer Arrhenius Dead At 96

Feb. 15
By Erik Anderson

Gustaf Arrhenius, a Scripps Institution of Oceanography researcher who helped shape the region’s scientific future, died Feb. 3.

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San Diego Students To Hold Town Hall On Gun Violence Prevention

Feb. 14
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

The town hall meeting will take place Friday at 5:30 p.m. at Canyon Crest Academy’s Proscenium Theater in Carmel Valley. The community discussion is called "Seeking Solutions In A Polarized World."

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Famed Ocean Researcher Walter Munk Dies At 101

Feb. 11
By KPBS News

Walter Munk, the famed geophysicist who turned a lifetime of questions into a spectacular career at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, died Friday.

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SDSU Moving Forward On Mission Valley Development

Feb. 8
By Erik Anderson

The University is reaching out to the public as part of the school's commitment to observe the California Environmental Quality Act as it moves forward with plans to reshape the Mission Valley stadium site.

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Can America Celebrate Black History Without Teaching It?

Feb. 7
By Jade Hindmon

Black History Month is a time to celebrate black people who have and are shaping America. But, while black history is being celebrated during the month of February, it is excluded from many school history books.

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Test Your Assumptions With UC San Diego Citizen Science Online Tool

Feb. 6
By Brooke Ruth, Jade Hindmon

A new online tool, developed by UC San Diego researchers called Galileo, encourages citizen scientists to test their intuitions by asking a question, designing an experiment and recruiting participants to prove or disprove their hypothesis.

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Sex Trafficking Prevention Taught In San Diego County Schools

Feb. 5
By Jade Hindmon

The Human Trafficking Prevention Collective is working with teachers and students in 16 schools across San Diego County.

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San Diego Unified Holds Off On Plan That Would Increase Special Education Caseloads

Feb. 4
By Megan Burks

The district plans to give some teachers new job classifications that would boost their caseload from 20 to 24 students. But teachers say they’re already maxed out.

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Education Leader Urges Opioid Overdose Training In San Diego County Schools

Feb. 4
By Susan Murphy

San Diego County teachers are already trained on school shooting drills and identifying sex trafficking victims. Now, they may be tasked with learning to revive students who overdose on opioids.

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