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VA Defends Efforts As San Diego Tops List For Veteran Suicides In California

Jan. 18
By Steve Walsh

The VA San Diego has revamped its efforts over the last five years in an attempt to bring down the number of suicides among veterans.

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Rancho Bernardo Moms Turn To Facebook To Help Furloughed Neighbors

Jan. 18
By Priya Sridhar

The moms wanted to help furloughed federal workers in their community, and started a Facebook group to do it.

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Storm Swell, High Tide Soak Imperial Beach

Jan. 18
By Erik Anderson

Waves washed over a protective barrier in Imperial Beach Friday as a storm swell combined with a high tide.

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Federal Prison Employees In San Diego Working Without Pay During Government Shutdown

Jan. 18
By Matt Hoffman

Workers at the Metropolitan Correctional Center that houses more than 800 inmates downtown are impacted by the partial government shutdown.

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Roundtable: San Diego's New YIMBY Mayor

Jan. 18
By Pat Finn

Mayor Faulconer says "yes in my backyard" to denser housing. The prospect of statewide rent control is not dead yet. And PG&E declares bankruptcy in the face of enormous financial liability.

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Leaving MREs Behind, Veterans Build Community Through Learning To Cook

Jan. 17
Sarah Harris / The American Homefront Project

A cooking program in upstate New York helps veterans find camaraderie in the kitchen.

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Retired Admiral Worries About Long-Term Impact Of Government Shutdown

Jan. 17
By Steve Walsh

Scott Swift told an audience at UC San Diego that the U.S. needs a grand strategy in the Pacific to assure allies concerned about America's role in the region.

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Chula Vista Church Provides Food To TSA Workers Impacted By Government Shutdown

Jan. 17
By Matt Hoffman

The Promise Church is stepping up to help federal TSA workers going without pay during the shutdown by putting on a weekly food bank.

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Encinitas Offers 'Off-The-Shelf' Granny Flat Plans To Save On Permit Fees

Jan. 17
By Alison St John

Encinitas is pioneering a way to make it easier for homeowners to build granny flats on their properties, in hopes that these units will help meet the city’s housing goals.

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San Marcos City Council Appoints New Councilmember

Jan. 17
By Alison St John

The San Marcos City Council voted unanimously to appoint Escondido Assistant City Manager Jay Petrek to fill a vacancy created when city councilwoman Rebecca Jones was elected mayor.

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