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New Documentary Highlights Migrants Stuck At Tijuana Border

March 21
By Ebone Monet

San Diego documentarian examines the conditions in Tijuana for migrants from Central America.

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Business Report: The Price Of Higher Education

March 15
By Kris Vera-Phillips

This week in business news, we look at the fallout from the college admissions scandal, the $4.7 trillion spending plan from the White House and two new reports offering a snapshot on the state of San Diego housing.

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Alex Trebek Thanks Fans Following Cancer Diagnosis

March 14
By Anica Colbert, Ebone Monet

Dr. Andrew M. Lowy of the UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center talks with KPBS Evening Edition Ebone Monet about the statistics of pancreatic cancer.

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Meet The Teens Leading San Diego’s Climate Strike

March 14
By Marissa Cabrera, Mark Sauer

Kate Anchondo and Rachal Hamilton are seniors at Hilltop High School in Chula Vista. They plan to join students around the globe and walk out of school Friday to demand action on climate change.

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Salton Sea Management Effort Lags As Water Continues To Recede

March 14
By Erik Anderson

California's largest lake is shrinking, and while the state has promised to manage the Salton Sea, those management efforts are lagging.

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Prosecutors Remove Hundreds From County Gang Injunction Lists

March 13
By City News Service

The names of hundreds of people previously listed on San Diego County civil gang injunction lists have been removed from the court orders, prosecutors announced Monday, as part of an effort to reduce obstacles for those who have not re-offended or engaged in recent criminal or gang activity.

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Pediatric Surgeons Use 3D Printing To Help With Complex Operations

March 13
By Susan Murphy

Before Lincoln Matthews, 7, underwent his most recent complicated heart surgery, his doctor held a 3D-printed replica of the small boy’s heart in his hands to practice the procedure.

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Filmmakers Focus On Migrant Voices At San Diego Latino Film Festival

March 12
By Anica Colbert, Ebone Monet

The San Diego Latino Film Festival named 15 finalists who explored immigration stories through film as part of this year's Migrant Voices Film Challenge.

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Project Takes Aim At Controlling Salton Sea Dust

March 12
By Erik Anderson

California’s largest lake continues to recede but state efforts to manage the retreat remain largely unfunded.

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San Diego Civic Leaders Honored For Making History

March 11
By Anica Colbert, Ebone Monet

Former State Senator Christine Kehoe and State Senate President pro Tempore Toni Atkins were chosen to be San Diego History Center's "2019 Makers Of San Diego History."

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Can An Alter Ego Activate The Best You?

March 7
By Ebone Monet

What do Beyonce, Martin Luther King Jr., and Super Man have in common? Performance coach Todd Herman says they all used alter egos to tap into their greatness.

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CSU San Marcos President Talks About Leadership, Legacy And Her Retirement

March 7
By Jade Hindmon, Megan Burke

Karen Haynes will retire as CSU San Marcos president in June. She talks about the new generation of female presidents and how women's leadership has changed CSU.

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How To Enjoy The Anza-Borrego Desert Super Bloom

March 6
By Anica Colbert, Ebone Monet

Tips for going out Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, and KPBS Evening Edition Host Ebone Monet takes a flower tour with A Growing Passion Host Nan Sterman.

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Winter Showers Help Anza-Borrego Super Bloom

March 6
By Anica Colbert, Mark Sauer

KPBS Roundtable Host Mark Sauer checks in with Alex Tardy from the National Weather Service to talk about the weather science behind the desert bloom in Anza-Borrego.

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Change At The Salton Sea Is Affecting Bird Populations

March 6
By Erik Anderson

The Salton Sea continues to be a beacon for birds traveling on the Pacific flyway but the lake is changing and so are the birds that thrive there.

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