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How NASA Ames Is Helping The FAA Brace For The Rise Of Delivery Drones

July 17
Rachael Myrow/KQED

You may have noticed a growing number of retailers threatening to make deliveries by drone in the near future. Amazon, Google, Uber and others have all been developing their own systems, and while the technology might not be there quite yet, experts say it will be soon.

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California Readies $1.6B High-Speed Rail Design Contract

July 17
By Associated Press

It's part of the authorities plan to get track up and running in the state's Central Valley ahead of a 2022 deadline to meet the requirements of federal grants the Trump administration is now trying to take back.

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Deported Marine Veteran Denied Entry Into U.S. For Citizenship Interview

July 17
By City News Service

A deported Marine Corps veteran from Belize has been trying to become a U.S. citizen since 1995 and was recently denied entry to the United States when he asked to be let in for a scheduled citizenship interview, it was reported Wednesday.

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Del Mar's Horse Racing Season Begins In The Shadow Of Santa Anita Deaths

July 17
By Matt Hoffman

The summer racing season kicks off Wednesday in Del Mar after 30 horses died earlier this year at Los Angeles' Santa Anita Park track.

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Report: Drought, Climate Change Fueling California Wildfires

July 16
By Erik Anderson

A new study finds climate change has already had an impact on California wildfires.

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Nuclear Fuel Transfers At San Onofre Resumes

July 16
By Shalina Chatlani

It's been nearly a year since the utility had a near-miss accident with one of the canisters.

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Trump's New Asylum Rules Go Into Effect, And Opponents Sue

July 16
By Associated Press

Hundreds of immigrants showed up at border crossings Tuesday in hopes of getting into the U.S. but faced the likelihood of being turned away under a new Trump administration asylum rule that upends long-standing protections for people fleeing violence and oppression in their homelands.

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How The San Diego Catholic Diocese Is Raising Awareness About Climate Change

July 16
By Brooke Ruth, Mark Sauer

July marks the fourth anniversary of the launch of a campaign by Pope Francis to rally the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics in the fight against climate change.

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Flamin’ Hot Cheetos: The Humble Beginnings Of A Junk Food

July 16

These days, some folks can't seem to get enough of Flamin' Hot Cheetos. This spicy, California-born snack has a devoted following. And for people who consider them a snackers nirvana, the story of the man who invented them will give them more to love.

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New Asylum Rule Leaves Migrants In Tijuana Confused And Desperate

July 16
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

Asylum-seekers in Tijuana expressed a mix of frustration and desperation Tuesday over a new Trump administration rule that would bar most of them from declaring asylum in the United States.

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