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Activists Push For Environmental Justice In San Diego Neighborhoods

Oct. 22
By Erik Anderson

Environmental activists push for benefits to San Diego's low-income neighborhoods as the city advances plans to meet tough climate action plan goals.

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Your Guide To San Diego County’s 11 School Bond Measures

Oct. 22
By Megan Burks

Voters from Bonsall to the South Bay will be asked to approve school bonds this election. How do you know if the bond on your ballot is a good one?

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Business Report: Sears Files For Bankruptcy

Oct. 22
By Neiko Will, Susan Murphy

SDSU Marketing Professor and BottomLine Marketing founder Miro Copic has a roundup of this week's biggest business stories.

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Escondido Library Gets Into The 'Spirit' Of Halloween

Oct. 19
By Neiko Will

Halloween is coming a little early to North County. A special program at the Escondido Library will highlight some of the institution's history, with a spooky twist.

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'Beyond Babel' Tells A Story Of Separation And Love

Oct. 19
By Nina Garin

"Beyond Babel" is a new, immersive dance show that's partly inspired by "Romeo and Juliet."

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Democrats Look To Flip 49th Congressional Seat After 18 Years Of Republican Issa

Oct. 17
By Alison St John

The 49th Congressional District race is at the tip of the spear of Democratic efforts to gain control of the House in November.

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Poet On Helping Undocumented Students: Pass The Mic

Oct. 15
By Megan Burks

Yosimar Reyes is tired of “gloom and doom” stories about immigrants living in the country illegally. He visited Grossmont College to talk about changing how we frame immigrant lives.

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Friday Business Report: Stock Market Tumbles

Oct. 12
By Ebone Monet, Kris Vera-Phillips

We take a look at what could be behind Wall Street's biggest weekly loss in six months in tonight's Friday Business Report.

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Candidates Vivian Moreno And Antonio Martinez On Race For City Council District 8

Oct. 11
By Andrew Bowen, Neiko Will

Antonio Martinez and Vivian Moreno vie to represent Barrio Logan, Logan Heights, Sherman Heights, San Ysidro and Otay Mesa on the San Diego City Council.

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Rare Birds Spotted In San Diego

Oct. 10
By Neiko Will

Life list alert! A rare sight in San Diego has birders atwitter.

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Former Radio Host Hopes To Unseat Incumbent In City Council District 6 Race

Oct. 10
By Claire Trageser

Democrat Tommy Hough hopes to unseat Chris Cate, the Republican incumbent councilman, in San Diego City Council District 6, which covers communities including Clairemont Mesa, Kearny Mesa, Mira Mesa and Sorrento Valley.

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Democrats Pin 'Supermajority' Hopes On City Council District 2

Oct. 8
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego City Councilwoman Lorie Zapf is facing a tougher re-election fight than Republicans had hoped this November, with opponent Jen Campbell mounting a challenge from the left.

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Friday Business Report: Amazon Raises Minimum Wage To $15 An Hour

Oct. 5
By Ebone Monet, Neiko Will

Amazon raises its minimum wage, ALDI gets into the grocery delivery game and the winners and losers of the agreement formerly known as NAFTA.

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Community Leaders Plan To Build West Coast Statue Of Liberty

Oct. 5
By City News Service

Organizers from the San Diego Organizing Project, a local nonprofit, are planning to build a 40-foot statue of the Virgin Mary overlooking the U.S.-Mexico border in the likeness of the Statue of Liberty.

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Researcher: Duncan Hunter's Use Of Racist Rhetoric Panders To Some Voters' Baser Instincts

Oct. 5
By Jade Hindmon

As the November election draws near, campaigning for the 50th Congressional District has drifted away from the issues and zeroed in on what researchers are calling bigoted rhetoric.

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