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First Egyptian Vulture Bred In Captivity In San Diego

Sept. 23
By Erik Anderson

San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance officials are celebrating this year's hatching of an endangered Egyptian Vulture. It could be the first of many.

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UCSD Researchers Create Technology To Sterilize Mosquitoes, Reducing Disease

Sept. 10
By City News Service

Researchers at UC San Diego revealed Friday they have used advancements in CRISPR-based genetic engineering to create a system restraining populations of mosquitoes that infect millions each year with debilitating diseases.

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Wildlife Corridors Important For Southern California, Nation

Sept. 3
By Erik Anderson

A new report finds habitat links are critical for the survival of species like the mountain lion in Southern California

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North County Apprentice Program Strives To Make Tech Equitable

Aug. 30
By Alexander Nguyen

As our lives become more digitized, there’s a growing need for workers who know how to code. But often, coding training is out of reach for people from disadvantaged backgrounds. One program in Escondido is looking to change that.

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San Diego County Updates Emergency App To Include Earthquake Warning System

Aug. 25
By City News Service

San Diego County's SD Emergency app is now equipped with ShakeReadySD, an earthquake early warning system, officials said Wednesday.

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Sewage Sampling Key To Controlling COVID-19 At UCSD

Aug. 17
By Erik Anderson

A sewage testing program at UCSD could be key to helping identify COVID-19 outbreaks when students return to school in the fall.

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Bishop Of San Diego Discourages Religious Vaccine Exemptions

Aug. 13
By Alexandra Rangel

The Diocese of San Diego says using religious beliefs as a reason to refuse the COVID-19 vaccine isn’t valid.

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Roundtable: Confronting The Climate Emergency

Aug. 13
By Bennett Lacy

We devote this week's episode to the new IPCC report on global climate change and examine the political and business challenges of addressing climate change and its causes here in San Diego.

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Free Skin Cancer Screenings For State Lifeguards

Aug. 9
By Melissa Mae

Spending their days outdoors, lifeguards run a high risk of skin cancer.

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UN Issues Code Red On Climate

Aug. 9
By Erik Anderson

The United Nations report on the climate paints some possible stark outcomes is no changes are made in the amount of carbon released into the air.

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