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Alleged Gunman Arrested After Opening Fire At Hillcrest Restaurant, No One Injured

Feb. 13
By City News Service

An ex-con who allegedly riddled a Hillcrest restaurant with bullets from an assault rifle — sending terrified diners ducking for cover but somehow injuring no one — was behind bars Wednesday facing a slate of criminal charges, including attempted murder.

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Rad Scientist Ep. 8: Body Odor, It's Not The Pits

Feb. 13
Written and hosted by Margot Wohl

Why do armpits smell? And how can be make them smell better? Chris Callewaert, also known as "Dr. Armpit," thinks he's solved this vapor caper.

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San Diego County Sues Trump Administration Over Asylum Policy

Feb. 12
By City News Service, Jean Guerrero

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to sue the Trump administration over its handling of asylum-seeking families.

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'Finding Dorothy' Pulls Back The Curtain On 'The Wizard of Oz'

Feb. 12
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

New York Times best-selling author Elizabeth Letts will be speaking about her new novel, “Finding Dorothy,” Wednesday at Warwick's in La Jolla.

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Q&A: Changes To Tax Law

Feb. 12
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

Tax filing season is in full swing. But this is not a typical tax season for several reasons. The new tax law is proving confusing for many.

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Frustrated With The Slow Response Of Government, Californians Are Serving Their Homeless Neighbors Themselves

Feb. 12
Matt Tinoco/KPCC

Around the state, concerned neighbors are becoming homeless rights advocates and service providers.

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Asylum Seekers Letters Made Public At San Diego State University

Feb. 11
By Jean Guerrero

The San Diego State University Library has released a collection of hundreds of letters from asylum-seekers being held at the Otay Mesa detention center.

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California's First Surgeon General Takes Aim at 'Toxic Stress'

Feb. 11
Katie Orr/KQED

California has never had a Surgeon General, but that will change Monday. Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, a San Francisco-based pediatrician, has pioneered research into the effect childhood traumas have on health. As the state’s top doctor, Burke Harris will act in an advisory capacity to Gov. Gavin Newsom.

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San Diego County Biodiversity Threatened By Climate Change

Feb. 11
By Brooke Ruth, Jade Hindmon

Michael Wall, vice president of science and conservation at The Nat, will give a Nat Talk on the state of biodiversity in the region Tuesday night.

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Years Of Warning, Then Death And Disaster: How The Navy Failed Its Sailors

Feb. 11
Robert Faturechi, Megan Rose, T. Christian Miller/ProPublica

When Vice Adm. Joseph Aucoin was elevated to lead the vaunted 7th Fleet in 2015, he expected it to be the pinnacle of his nearly four-decade Navy career. The fleet was the largest and most powerful in the world, and its role as one of America’s great protectors had new urgency. China was expanding into disputed waters. And Kim Jong-un was testing ballistic missiles in North Korea.