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Judge Gives US 6 Months To Identify Children Split At Border

April 25
By Associated Press

A federal judge says he will give the Trump administration six months to identify children who were separated from their families at the U.S.-Mexico border early in the president's term.

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Assembly Passes Gun Show Ban At Del Mar Fairgrounds

April 25
By City News Service

The bill would ban the state's 22nd District Agricultural Association, which oversees operations at the fairgrounds, from approving sales of guns and ammunition on fairgrounds property. The bill would take effect in 2021 if the Senate and Gov. Gavin Newsom also support it.

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California Approves Free Phones, Internet For Foster Youth

April 25
By Associated Press

Young people in California's foster system will get free cellphones and internet access under a program approved Thursday that supporters say will bridge a digital divide.

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Lakeside Father Mourns Son Killed In Sri Lanka Bombing By Sharing His Story

April 25
By Brooke Ruth, Jade Hindmon

Eleven-year-old Kieran Shafritz de Zoysa spent his spring break in Lakeside where his father lives. Just a week later, he became one of the victims of the terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka.

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Biden And 2020: Do Voters Want Experience, A Fresh Face Or Just A Trump Beater?

April 25
Scott Shafer/KQED

Former Vice President Joe Biden, hoping to build on his working-class roots and decades-old reputation as a caring and empathetic public servant, announced today that he's running for president in 2020.

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Kumeyaay Struggle To Preserve History As San Diego Marks 250 Years

April 25
By Jade Hindmon

Ethan Banegas of the Barona Band of Mission Indians shares the history of the Kumeyaay.

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San Diego Partnership Targets Teacher Shortage

April 25
By Maya Trabulsi

National University has launched a coordinated effort to address the teacher shortage in the areas of San Diego County that have the highest need.

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Settlement Reached Between City, Construction Firms And Paralyzed Bicyclist

April 25
By City News Service

A $20 million settlement was finalized this week for a man who sued the city of San Diego and two construction firms, claiming he was paralyzed when he crashed his bicycle into an open construction trench on a city road, his attorneys said Wednesday.

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Woman Charged For Allegedly Threatening Easter Services With Gun

April 25
By City News Service

A woman who walked into a church service in Clairemont on Easter Sunday and allegedly made violent threats while carrying a gun and her 10-month-old baby was charged Wednesday with nine felony and misdemeanor counts.

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A Senior On The Streets, With Little Chance Of A Home

April 25
By Amita Sharma

In parts of California, seniors are the fastest growing part of the homeless population.

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