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California Governor, Lawmaker Alter Proposed Vaccine Rules

June 18
By Associated Press

California public health officials would have more oversight of doctors and schools with high numbers of medical exemptions for vaccinations under a legislative compromise announced Tuesday.

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City Heights Leaders Fight For Five Years For Mural In Teralta Park

June 18
By Priya Sridhar

A handful of community leaders and residents have gathered in City Heights every few weeks for five years to try to get a mural painted in their neighborhood.

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$44 Million Mid-City Bus Rapid Transit Route Is Slower Than Route It Replaced

June 18
Lauren J. Mapp / inewsource

Federal and local taxes paid $44 million for a bus rapid transit route from San Diego State University to downtown that is slower on average than the route it replaced, according to an inewsource analysis.

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Ex-Padre Nick Hundley's Care For Ailing Boy Leads To Lasting Bond

June 18
By Associated Press

Five years ago, veteran big leaguer Nick Hundley visited Children's Hospital of Wisconsin and met a boy named Zach Sprader. Hundley, then with the San Diego Padres, sought to give the young baseball fan a lift during his fight against leukemia. Little did Hundley know a lasting friendship with a family would come of it.

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Jury To Be Seated In Navy SEAL's California Murder Trial

June 18
By Associated Press

A jury of officers and enlisted personnel was likely to be seated in the war-crimes trial of a decorated Navy SEAL on Tuesday and opening statements presented at the San Diego Navy base.

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Assembly Approves Phone Bill Fee To Improve 911 System

June 18
By Associated Press

The California Assembly has voted to raise fees on phones to pay for an upgrade of the state's 911 system.

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SANDAG to Begin Three Nights of I-5 Closures At Voigt Drive

June 18
By City News Service

The San Diego Association of Governments and Caltrans will begin three nights of overnight closures of northbound Interstate 5 Tuesday evening after completing overnight work along southbound I-5 ahead of schedule.

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San Diego Blood Bank Offers Free Tickets To Donors At Petco Park Blood Drive

June 18
By City News Service

The San Diego Blood Bank will hold its third annual San Diego Padres Summer Blood Drive on Tuesday at Petco Park's Park at the Park.

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Experts Cheer Newsom's Order To Create Aging Plan, Some Push For Interim Fixes

June 18
By Amita Sharma

Advocates say immediate attention needed on boosting funding for healthcare and long-term care costs for the elderly.

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City Council Unanimously Approves Fiesta Island Amendment For Large Dog Park

June 17
By City News Service

The San Diego City Council unanimously voted Monday to amend the Mission Bay Park Master Plan to add a large fenced-in, off-leash dog park to the southwest corner of Fiesta Island.

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