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San Diego's Climate Crisis: Oyster Hatchery Challenged By Warming Ocean

Sept. 17
By Erik Anderson

Making a living from the ocean in Southern California is never easy, but the planet’s changing climate is creating additional hurdles for a 50-year-old oyster farm.

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Roundtable: Assembly Bill 5

Sept. 13
By Aly Sadik, Mark Sauer

California's controversial new law affecting gig workers heads to Governor Newsom's desk. Big development plans are on the horizon for Mission Valley. Who will replace Susan Davis once she exits the 53rd District.

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Research Shows California's Marine Sea Life Reserves Are Working

Sept. 10
By Erik Anderson

New research finds California’s System of Marine Protected Areas is doing exactly what it was designed to do — allowing marine species to reproduce in safe places.

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Business Report: New Jobs Numbers Lower Than Expected

Sept. 6
By Ebone Monet

This week in business: New jobs numbers come in lower than expected, housing construction in San Diego is down, and Google reaches a settlement with the FCC for a case involving children.

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San Diego Nonprofit Provides Free Immigration Legal Services At SDSU, CSU San Marcos

Sept. 5
By Ebone Monet

Jewish Family Services launches free legal services program for students and faculty members with immigration concerns.

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Reps. Levin, Peters Urge Congress To Say No Drilling Off California Coast

Sept. 4
By Erik Anderson

Two Southern California Congressman are rallying support to block new offshore oil drilling along the state’s coast saying this is not the time for new offshore oil platforms.

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Business Report: Warner Bros. To Carlsbad, Chick-Fil-A Versus Popeyes, Johnson & Johnson Role In Opioid Crisis

Aug. 30
By Ebone Monet

This week in business: Warner Bros. announces plans for a mobile games studio in Carlsbad, an Oklahoma judge orders Johnson & Johnson to pay out millions for it's role in the opioid crisis and #PopeyesvsChikfila was all fun and games until Popeyes ran out of chicken sandwiches.

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San Diego Airport Faces Rising Ocean Levels

Aug. 28
By Erik Anderson

San Diego International Airport officials are working to bolster the facility so it is resilient to rising ocean levels.

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Business Report: US Jobs Report Revised 500,000 Jobs Fewer

Aug. 23
By Ebone Monet

This week in business: the Bureau of Labor Statistics revised last year’s jobs numbers 500,000 jobs fewer than before, and San Diego's Pechanga Arena may be under new management next year.

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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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