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Planned Parenthood Warns Rise In Unintended Pregnancies And STDs

Aug. 22
By Ebone Monet

The organization decided to withdraw from the Title X funding program because a new rule by the Trump administration that forbids referrals to doctors who can perform abortions.

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Rep. Peters Explains Why He Doesn't Like The Green New Deal

Aug. 22
By Erik Anderson

San Diego Congressman Scott Peters does not support the Green New Deal but he does think Congress should be taking action to protect the environment.

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Business Report: Stock Markets Flux Following New Signs Of Recession

Aug. 16
By Ebone Monet

This week in business: stock markets flux after new signs of recession appear, most Americans live paycheck to paycheck, and a new report puts San Diego in third for highest inflation rate in the nation.

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Baby Rhino In San Diego Gains Weight, Offers Promise For Saving A Species

Aug. 14
By Erik Anderson

The baby rhino born at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park two and a half weeks ago is thriving under the watchful protective eye of its mom. It also helps show a way for saving another rhinoceros species.

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Study: Nurses Are At Higher Risk Of Suicide Than Most People

Aug. 13
By Priya Sridhar

A new UC San Diego study found that nurses die by suicide at a significantly higher rate than the general population.

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Business Report: Wall Street Volatile After China Devalues Its Currency

Aug. 9
By Priya Sridhar

This week in business: From a massive sell off to claims of currency manipulation, the U.S.-China trade war heats up, Disney announces their streaming service details, and the fake meat industry sees more growth.

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School Supplies Collected For Homeless Students In San Diego

Aug. 8
By Priya Sridhar

San Diego County Office of Education partners with San Diego County Credit Union for their annual Stuff the Bus campaign, collecting school supplies for students in need.

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Business Report: Trump Announces More Tariffs On Chinese Goods

Aug. 2
By Ebone Monet

This week in business: President Trump tweeted another tariff hike on China, the Federal Reserve Lowered Interest Rates, and the T-Mobile-Sprint clears a final, major hurdle.

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California Hospices Unite Into State Network

Aug. 1
By Ebone Monet

There are more than 4,300 hospice providers nationwide, and CDC numbers show that a little less than 40% of those are non-profit. Here in California, the nonprofit hospice providers plan to join forces.

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Father Joe’s Walks For Homeless Awareness

July 30
By Ebone Monet

A local nonprofit servicing San Diego’s homeless launches a 2-mile walk to raise funds for homeless services.

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Jacobs Centers Looks For Next Batch Of Entrepreneurs For 'Connect All' Program

July 29
By Ebone Monet

The Jacobs Center "Connect All" program is looking for the next batch of entrepreneurs ready to grow their start-ups.

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Business Report: DOJ Hints At Breaking Up Big Tech

July 26
By Ebone Monet

This week in business: The Department of Justice says it’s reviewing the practices of top online platforms, Equifax is paying out for a 2017 data breach, and California strikes a new deal with car makers regarding emissions.

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Legal Aid Group Al Otro Lado Reacts To Changing Immigration Policies

July 26
By Ebone Monet

The legal director of Al Otro Lado talks about immigration and the Trump Administration.

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SDSU Researchers Use New Genetic Technology To Save Sharks

July 26
By Ebone Monet

San Diego State University researchers have a new method for quick, real-time genetic screening that could streamline shark conservation efforts around the world.

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Roundtable: Turmoil Continues For SANDAG

July 26
By Aly Sadik, Mark Sauer

More shakeups at San Diego's regional planning agency, the disappearing Southern California coastline and the proposed tower near Seaport Village.

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