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'Big Risk' Dropping Health Coverage After Obamacare Penalty Removal, Official Warns

Dec. 6
By Susan Murphy

With Obamacare tax penalties going away in 2019, tens of thousands of people in California are expected to drop their health coverage. But health officials warn that's taking a big risk.

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'The Year To Come' Is A New Play About Family, Politics And Swimming Pools

Nov. 30
By Nina Garin

La Jolla Playhouse pairs director Anne Kauffman with playwright Lindsey Ferrentino for the world-premiere of "The Year to Come."

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Mothers In Migrant Caravan Fear Unruly Men Will Ruin Chance At Asylum

Nov. 23
By Jean Guerrero

As Tijuana struggles to cope with thousands of Central American arrivals, mothers in the exodus fear some unruly men in their midst could ruin their opportunities to enter the U.S.

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Business Report: Black Friday Kicks Off Holiday Shopping Season

Nov. 23
By Ebone Monet, Kris Vera-Phillips

Shoppers in San Diego and around the nation take advantage of holiday deals in stores and online this weekend.

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Navigating 'The Nutcracker': Which Show Is Right For You?

Nov. 21
By Nina Garin

It may seem too early to think about “The Nutcracker,” but performances have begun and will continue through the end of the year.

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SANDAG Considers Future Of Buena Vista Lagoon

Nov. 16
By Erik Anderson

The future of the Buena Vista Lagoon could be decided Friday, at a board meeting of the San Diego Association of Governments.

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More Caravan Migrants Arrive In Tijuana, Brace For Long Stay

Nov. 15
By Associated Press

More buses of exhausted people in a caravan of Central American asylum seekers reached the U.S. border Thursday as the city of Tijuana converted a municipal gymnasium into a temporary shelter and the migrants came to grips with the reality that they will be on the Mexican side of the frontier for an extended stay.

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Clint Black Debuts New Musical In San Diego

Nov. 14
By Nina Garin

Country music at the Globe is an unlikely pairing, one Black even acknowledges. For his own musical, Black and co-writer James Sasser based the story on songs from Black's 1995 holiday album, "Looking for Christmas."

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US Hardens Border At Tijuana To Prepare For Migrant Caravan

Nov. 13
By Associated Press

The U.S. government said it was starting work Tuesday to "harden" the border crossing from Tijuana, Mexico, to prepare for the arrival of a migrant caravan leapfrogging its way across western Mex

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The Battle Over Art And Safety On San Diego's Streets

Nov. 12
By Tarryn Mento

The discussion in City Heights is the latest decorative crosswalk debate that comes amid a years-long struggle in Hillcrest, where a separate but similar project may finally come to fruition.

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Business Report: Amazon Targets Toy Shoppers

Nov. 9
By Bennett Lacy, Ebone Monet

Amazon targets toy shoppers, SeaWorld's strong summer and Ford's new electric scooter startup.

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Why San Diego Lagged Behind All California Counties In Reporting Election Results

Nov. 7
By City News Service, Gina Diamante

While every other county in California reported election results in 100 percent of precincts by early Wednesday morning, San Diego County lagged behind by hours.

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Indicted GOP Congressman Defeats Democratic Opponent In 50th District

Nov. 7
By Associated Press

Rep. Duncan Hunter has defeated his Democratic opponent Ammar Campa-Najjar in a race that tested the strength of partisanship as the GOP incumbent tried to overcome the stigma of facing federal corruption charges.

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Business Report: San Diego Home Sales Slowdown

Nov. 2
By Ebone Monet, Neiko Will

Encouraging jobs numbers could mean a jolly holiday for retailers. But what does the housing sales slump mean for buyers and sellers in San Diego?

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Parkinson's Patients Preparing For 'Breakthrough' Clinical Trial To Reverse Symptoms

Nov. 2
By Susan Murphy

Ten Parkinson’s patients in San Diego are preparing to undergo a potential breakthrough clinical trial to reverse their debilitating symptoms.

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