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New City Council Members Sworn In At Inauguration Ceremony

Dec. 10
By City News Service

The newly elected San Diego City Council members from districts 2, 4 and 8, as well as re-elected District 6 City Councilman Chris Cate, were sworn in Monday.

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US Judge Tosses Bulk Of Suit Against Trump Immigration Move

Dec. 10
By Associated Press

The Trump administration provided adequate justification for its decision to end a program that reunited hundreds of immigrants from Central America with family members in the U.S., a federal judge ruled Monday.

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Community Devastated By Lilac Fire Nearly Back To Normal One Year Later

Dec. 7
By Matt Hoffman

The Lilac Fire destroyed more than 70 mobile homes at the Rancho Monserate Country Club in Fallbrook. One year later, all the ruble is cleared and nearly all the homes have been replaced.

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'Big Risk' Dropping Health Coverage After Obamacare Penalty Removal, Official Warns

Dec. 6
By Susan Murphy

With Obamacare tax penalties going away in 2019, tens of thousands of people in California are expected to drop their health coverage. But health officials warn that's taking a big risk.

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A New Wave Of Kids Is Coming Out As Transgender — And Doctors Are Trying To Keep Up

Dec. 10
Sammy Caiola/Capitol Public Radio

Experts say waiting a long time for care can be unhealthy for kids with ‘gender dysphoria.’ It’s an official medical condition, and patients must be diagnosed with it to be covered for treatment.

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Roundtable: Trial Date For Rep. Hunter Set For September

Dec. 7
By Mark Sauer, Natalie Walsh

Indicted San Diego Congressman Duncan Hunter, R-Alpine, will have his day in court next September, San Diego City Councilman David Alvarez reflects on eight years at city hall, and the local cruise ship business is making a comeback.

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San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Fleetwood, Vile And Holiday Lights

Dec. 7
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Nina Garin

This weekend is full of classics, from a treasured Balboa Park event to a revered rock band. Plus an underground music star returns to San Diego.

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Hundreds Evacuated From Downtown Homeless Shelter Due To Flooding

Dec. 7
By City News Service

Authorities say more than 300 homeless people remain at SDCCU stadium this morning after heavy rain and flooding prompted evacuations from a tented shelter in the East Village.

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A Frantic Effort To Nourish WWII Troops Led To This Common Breakfast Staple

Dec. 7
Bobbie O'Brien/American Homefront

An effort to prevent scurvy in U.S. troops led to the growth of the orange juice industry, popularizing what had been a relatively obscure beverage.

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Book By Local Author Profiles Women Who Refuse To Be Defined By Age

Dec. 6
By Brooke Ruth, Jade Hindmon

National City teacher and author Marlene Wagman-Geller is out with a new book about women who refuse to be defined by age and stereotypes.

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La Jolla Symphony To Perform 'Found' Concerto By African American Composer, Florence Price

Dec. 6
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Megan Burke

Price is known as one of the first African-American composers to win national attention back in the 1930s but some of her most sophisticated works were never performed and almost lost.

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