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San Diego Zoo Giant Pandas Moving To China

April 2
By Anica Colbert, Ebone Monet

Giant pandas Bai Yun and Xiao Liwu at the San Diego Zoo are set to leave on April 27 to be repatriated to China as part of the terms of a loan agreement.

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Business Report: Watch Out, Netflix! Apple Dives Into World Of Streaming

March 29
By Ebone Monet

Apple enters the original programming arena. Should Netflix be worried? Plus, the Padres bet on a star slugger on opening day, and San Diego gets another unicorn.

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Passions Run High In San Diego Opera's 'Carmen'

March 29
By Beth Accomando

Georges Bizet’s "Carmen" looks to a fiery gypsy woman and the men who fall under her spell. San Diego Opera’s production heightens the passions of the story with its fight choreography.

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Palomar College Film Shines Light On Sex Trafficking Survivors

March 28
By Anica Colbert, Ebone Monet

Local student film crew earns awards of excellence ahead of the debut of their documentary featuring three survivors of sex trafficking.

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Padres Fans Hopeful About New Season At Opening Day Block Party

March 28
By Anica Colbert, Kris Arciaga

Baseball fans celebrated San Diego's opening game in San Diego's East Village.

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Census Coalition Wants All Residents In San Diego, Imperial Counties To Be Tallied

March 28
By Ebone Monet

The state census office awarded $1.6 million to the Count Me 2020 coalition in order to reach hard-to-count communities in San Diego and Imperial counties.

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City Heights Hosts First Coffee Crawl

March 28
By Priya Sridhar

City Heights Town Council is organizing a tour of five coffee shops that serve the community.

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Living The 'Van Life' In San Diego

March 28
By Aly Sadik

Vehicle habitation is once again up for debate. KPBS takes an in-depth look at the lives of some locals living out of their vans.

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Protecting California's Coast With Armor And Habitat

March 26
By Erik Anderson

Engineers are manufacturing a solution to help protect a busy coastal road in San Diego’s North County. If nothing is done, rising sea levels will increasingly threaten to wash out Highway 101 between Encinitas and Solana Beach.

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Religious Community Aims To Build Trust Between Police, Public

March 25
By Tarryn Mento

A community event will feature a presentation from law enforcement to explain a new anti-profiling law. The informative session is part of a collaborative project that taps faith-based leaders to help improve the relationships between police and the public.

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New Documentary Highlights Migrants Stuck At Tijuana Border

March 21
By Ebone Monet

San Diego documentarian examines the conditions in Tijuana for migrants from Central America.

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KPBS Launches New Border-Arts Podcast, 'Only Here'

March 20
By Mark Sauer, Megan Burke

KPBS has launched a new podcast about creativity and culture at the border.

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Business Report: The Price Of Higher Education

March 15
By Kris Vera-Phillips

This week in business news, we look at the fallout from the college admissions scandal, the $4.7 trillion spending plan from the White House and two new reports offering a snapshot on the state of San Diego housing.

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Alex Trebek Thanks Fans Following Cancer Diagnosis

March 14
By Anica Colbert, Ebone Monet

Dr. Andrew M. Lowy of the UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center talks with KPBS Evening Edition Ebone Monet about the statistics of pancreatic cancer.

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Meet The Teens Leading San Diego’s Climate Strike

March 14
By Marissa Cabrera, Mark Sauer

Kate Anchondo and Rachal Hamilton are seniors at Hilltop High School in Chula Vista. They plan to join students around the globe and walk out of school Friday to demand action on climate change.