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San Diego Scientists To Use Drones In Antarctica Research

Aug. 16
By Erik Anderson

San Diego researchers are deploying new tools to study the Antarctic’s underwater food web.

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Navy Report Calls Out Unsafe Conditions At SPAWAR Facility

Aug. 15
By Steve Walsh

The Naval Inspector General found feces, broken pipes and windows at SPAWAR's World War II-era complex in Old Town.

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The Cholla Cactus Didn’t Bloom This Year — California Scientists Team Up To Find Out Why

Aug. 14
By Megan Burks

A project launching at San Diego State and 18 other locations in California this fall seeks to find out how climate change is affecting the state’s plants.

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Feds Seek Dismissal Of San Diego Cross-Border Sewage Lawsuit

Aug. 13
By Erik Anderson

Federal judge hears Department of Justice request to dismiss renegade lawsuit aimed at stopping transborder sewage spills.

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Latest Fundraising Numbers For San Diego City Council Races

Aug. 10
By Claire Trageser

The November general election is three months away, but fundraising and campaign spending are picking up in San Diego's City Council races.

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New President Takes The Helm Alongside Fresh Crop Of Leaders At San Diego State

Aug. 9
By Megan Burks

Adela De la Torre joins the institution at what could be a major turning point. In November, voters will decide the fate of a proposed expansion of the university. Meanwhile, new leaders across the campus signal a clean slate.

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Friday Business Report: Unemployment Rate Drops

Aug. 4
By Bennett Lacy

KPBS anchor Maya Trabulsi and SDSU marketing lecturer Miro Copic discuss some of the week’s top business stories.

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State Allocates Half A Million Dollars To Monitor Air Quality In San Ysidro

Aug. 3
By City News Service, Katie Schoolov

Sen. Ben Hueso, D-San Diego, Friday addressed the California Air Resources Board's recent $492,000 donation to Casa Familiar to continue air quality monitoring in San Ysidro.

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It's Official — San Diego's Ocean Waters Break Record

Aug. 2
By Erik Anderson

A warm spell in Southern California has resulted in a new ocean temperature record at Scripps Pier.

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Friday Business Report: US Economy Surges

July 27
By Bennett Lacy, Ebone Monet

Evening Edition anchor Ebone Monet and SDSU marketing lecturer Miro Copic discuss some of the week’s top business stories.

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Fewer Students Are Choosing Humanities — What San Diego Colleges Are Doing About It

July 26
By Megan Burks

The humanities are dying, or so say a lot of headlines. What is true is the number of San Diego students majoring in humanities is dropping.

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Teens From Middle East Visit US Border, Discuss Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

July 25
By Matt Hoffman

This week, a group of Israeli and Palestinian teenagers is in San Diego learning how to work through conflicts and become better leaders part of a peace summit put together by the nonprofit Hands of Peace.

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San Diego County Fast-Tracks Waivers To General Plan For New Housing

July 24
By Alison St John

Years of community planning may be abandoned in an effort to address San Diego’s housing shortage. On Wednesday, San Diego County Supervisors will take the first of several votes that could ultimately allow developers to build about 10,000 new homes.

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San Diego State University Nursing Students Diagnose Holograms

July 23
By Ebone Monet

San Diego State nursing students are using augmented reality to test diagnostic skills.

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District 4 Residents Respond To Myrtle Cole's Poor Election Performance

July 19
By Claire Trageser

One of the biggest surprises in the June election was that San Diego City Council President Myrtle Cole got six fewer votes than her challenger.

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