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The United State Of Women Looks To Break Down Barriers

July 17
By Ebone Monet

San Diego's Ambassador of The United State Of Women talks about barriers the organization believes are holding back women and what can be done to break them down.

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Comic-Con 50: Godzilla Is Coming!

July 17
By Beth Accomando

Comic-Con celebrates its 50th show Wednesday night and I am very excited about one particular booth and guest.

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Comic-Con 50th Memories: Jackie Estrada

July 16
By Beth Accomando

Comic-Con has grown from 300 people in the basement of the U.S. Grant Hotel to an event that sprawls across downtown San Diego drawing upwards of 130,000 attendees. Jackie Estrada talked about her favorite memories of attending all 50 conventions.

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San Diego City Attorney Mara Elliott Campaigning For Reelection

July 15
By Ebone Monet

San Diego City Attorney Mara Elliott is campaigning to keep her job. She has endorsements from a number of high-profile elected officials. Elliott talked about her accomplishments and responded to criticism from her opponent, attorney Cory Briggs.

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Business Report: 200 Jobs To Be Lost As Local Tuna Sells Off Fishing Boats

July 12
By Ebone Monet

This week in business: South Pacific Tuna cites federal regulations for why it's downsizing, Jack in the Box completes a $1.3 billion refinancing deal and McDonald's ups their game against Chik-fil-A's chicken sandwich.

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Report: High Tide Flooding Will Increase Along San Diego Coast

July 12
By Erik Anderson

San Diego is seeing an increase in the number of days that high tide flooding affects the coastal region.

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Scripps Health Develops New Method For Transporting Livers Without Ice

July 11
By Ebone Monet

Scripps Green Hospital has a new method for transporting livers that could preserve more organs and save more lives.

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Discussing 'The Rationals Of Assisted Suicide'

July 10
By Ebone Monet

The Hemlock Society plans to hold a panel discussion in July about the rationality of assisted suicide.

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Lawyer Cory Briggs Announces Run For San Diego City Attorney

July 8
By Ebone Monet

Advocate and lawyer Cory Briggs talks about his candidacy for San Diego City Attorney.

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Business Report: California Launches CalSavers Senior Retirement Savings Program

July 5
By Ebone Monet

This week in business: the California Treasury Department launches CalSavers to help employees with retirement, another gas tax increase is in effect and the San Diego County Port Authority pledges millions to improve transportation to the airport.

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Roundtable: Gallagher Trial Concludes

July 5
By Aly Sadik, Mark Sauer

Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher is a free man after being acquitted of murder. SeaWorld is bouncing back, but PETA remains a strong opponent. USC admits blame for poaching a UC San Diego's research program.

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ArtPower’s New Season Brings International Acts To UCSD

July 5
By Ebone Monet

The ArtPower schedule is out with new dance, music, and special events involving international talent.

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Business Report: Is Free College And Student Loan Forgiveness Possible?

June 28
By Amita Sharma

This week in business: Democratic presidential candidates talk free college and student loan forgiveness, Trump orders transparency for healthcare costs, and San Diego grocery workers vote to authorize a strike.

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A Local Nonprofit Works To Keep Young Voters Empowered In 2020

June 25
By Ebone Monet

As the 2020 political season approaches, one group is out to make sure San Diego’s youth stay politically tuned in and engaged.

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Business Report: Feds Hint At Interest Rate Cuts Ahead Of Recession Watch

June 24
By Ebone Monet

This week in business: The Federal Reserve signaled lowering interest rates, Facebook launched its own cryptocurrency, and a bill targeting short-term rentals is making headway in the California Senate.