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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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Beyond Valentine's Day: SDSU Researcher Shares Key To Happy Relationships

Feb. 14
By Ebone Monet

In some cases, Valentine's Day may actually be the catalyst to a relationship's demise. so what makes a relationship more likely to last?

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Sports Anchor's Story Of Survival Inspires New Blood Drive

Feb. 13
By Bennett Lacy

CBS8 Sports Anchor Kyle Kraska and KFMB are launching a new blood drive this week to celebrate local first responders, four years after Kraska survived being shot multiple times.

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Chelsea Clinton Visits San Diego Foster Youth

Feb. 11
By Anica Colbert, Ebone Monet

Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton learned more about the challenges facing San Diego kids in the foster care system.

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Business Report: SeaWorld's New Leadership

Feb. 8
By Bennett Lacy

SeaWorld's New CEO, GM's All-Electric Future, and the Trump administration eases up on payday lenders.

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San Diego Bike Advisory Board Bids Farewell

Feb. 7
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego's Bicycle Advisory Board held its final meeting last month after the City Council voted to dissolve the board and replace it with a new "Mobility Advisory Board." KPBS spoke with the former chairman about what the board accomplished.

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Room To Grow: San Diego Startup Plans $100 Million Expansion

Feb. 6
By Ebone Monet

CommonGrounds Workspace in San Diego County becomes one of the fastest growing coworking companies after raising $100 million in Series A financing.

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Business Report: Super Bowl Ads

Feb. 1
By Bennett Lacy, Ebone Monet

The demand for Super Bowl ad time is down, so is consumer confidence after the government shutdown.

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San Diego Activist Running For Congress, Challenging Rep. Juan Vargas

Jan. 31
By Ebone Monet and Anica Colbert

A political newcomer says her community advocacy work has prepared her to represent California's 51st Congressional District.

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Scripps Institution Scientists Study Imperial Beach As Sea Level Rises

Jan. 29
By Erik Anderson

San Diego scientists are spending more time in Imperial Beach these days, because the coastal community could be a canary for sea level rise.

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Business Report: San Diego's New Tourism Pitch

Jan. 25
By Bennett Lacy, Ebone Monet

San Diego launches a new global tourism campaign, effects of the government shutdown on air travel and concerns of an economic slowdown at the World Economic Forum.

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As Residents Debate Safety Of Spent Nuclear Fuel, Power Company Awaits Decision On Storage

Jan. 24
By Alison St John

While the NRC considers whether the operator of the San Onofre nuclear power plant can resume storing spent nuclear fuel on site, the public is struggling to understand what the worst case scenario would be if something went wrong.

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Storm Swell, High Tide Soak Imperial Beach

Jan. 18
By Erik Anderson

Waves washed over a protective barrier in Imperial Beach Friday as a storm swell combined with a high tide.

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Environmental Group Working To Fix San Diego's Cross-Border Pollution

Jan. 17
By Erik Anderson

A clean water advocate considers some possible solutions to the region's cross-border pollution problem.

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Vintage Workouts Make A Comeback In 2019

Jan. 16
By Ebone Monet

Despite the abundance of technology apps designed to help people get fit, some more traditional exercises are still topping the fitness list.

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