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San Diego Tech Hub Plans To Transform Horton Plaza

May 22
By Ebone Monet

Downtown San Diego Partnership talks about why it believes the newly approved “Campus At Horton” is right for downtown San Diego.

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Sally Ride Science Inspires Students, Educates Parents

May 21
By Ebone Monet

A Parent's Guide to Success is a one day course that's designed for parents of students who are enrolled in the Sally Ride Science Junior Academy and affiliated programs.

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Business Report: Jack In The Box Calls Off Sale

May 21
By Ebone Monet

San Diego-based Jack in the Box gives up its search for a buyer, a closer look at layoff plans for AT&T and more fallout from the U.S. and China tariffs.

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Life After College: What’s Next After You Earn Your Degree?

May 14
By Ebone Monet

During the 2018–19 school year, colleges and universities are expected to award 1 million associate‘s degrees and 1.9 million bachelor's degrees. What can these students do to stand out to prospective employers?

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Carmel Valley School Produces Two Presidential Scholars

May 13
By Ebone Monet

A pair of seniors from Canyon Crest Academy were awarded one of the nation’s top honors for students.

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Business Report: How New Tariffs On Chinese Imports Hit U.S. Consumers

May 10
By Ebone Monet

Trade talks with China ended without a deal and a new tariff increase went into effect, Uber stocks dropped following strikes, and a rent control bill moves forward in the California Assembly.

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San Diego School Wants To Take Human Trafficking Play On The Road

May 10
By Ebone Monet

San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts students perform “Trapped,” a play about human trafficking.

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IRC Documentary Series Focuses On Youth Education In War-Torn Countries

May 8
By Ebone Monet

The second installment of the International Rescue Committee’s documentary film festival is set for Wednesday evening in Balboa Park.

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The Secret To Longevity From One Of San Diego’s Oldest Restaurants

May 8
By Ebone Monet

The San Diego Chicken Pie Shop is celebrating 81 years in operation.

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San Diego Educator's Quest To Find 'Deeper Learning'

May 6
By Ebone Monet

"In Search of Deeper Learning" authors study innovative schools to find out what it takes to inspire deeper learning in students at public high schools.

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Business Report: Changes Coming To Amazon Delivery

May 3
By Aly Sadik

Another sign of the strong economy, a big change for Amazon's delivery service, and now Wall Street has its first plant-based food company.

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Roundtable: The Rise Of Hate Crimes In America

May 3
By Aly Sadik, Mark Sauer

On this installment of Roundtable, the fatal shooting at a Poway synagogue turns national attention toward hate crimes. Are U.S. guns responsible for an uptick of homicides in Mexico? Plus, short-term rentals are up for debate in the state assembly.

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San Diego Summit Aims to Connect Youth To Opportunities

May 2
By Ebone Monet

A summit in San Diego aims to help 37,000 young adults who are neither working nor in school. The reasons for their struggles range from lack of education to teen parenthood to challenges with mental health or drug addiction. But experts say their fundamental issue is a lack of resources.

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Former FBI Agent Explains How Investigators Track Potential Terror Plots Online

May 1
By Priya Sridhar

A retired San Diego FBI agent talks to KPBS about a busted terror plot in Long Beach, and how suspects used online chat rooms to organize.

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Standing Up To Hate: San Diego Rabbi's Message After Poway Synagogue Shooting

April 30
By Ebone Monet

Rabbi Scott Meltzer talks to KPBS Evening Edition host Ebone Monet about the recent violence at a synagogue in Poway, and his message about standing up to hate.