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San Diego Photojournalist Uses Work To Inspire Passion For Comics

July 20, 2018
By Matthew Bowler

KPBS Video Journalist Matt Bowler brings us the story of one woman who uses her career as a 10-News photojournalist to inspire her passion as a comic book artist.

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Astraeus Aerial Dance Theatre Artist In Residency Ends This Month At Airport

May 11, 2018
By Beth Accomando, Guillermo Sevilla, Matthew Bowler

In December 2017, Astraeus Aerial Dance Theatre was awarded an Artist in Residency at the San Diego International Airport. Here's a look at the work they have done.

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San Marcos-Based RealDoll Launches AI Sex Dolls

April 20, 2018
By Beth Accomando, Katie Schoolov, Matthew Bowler, Nicholas McVicker

San Marcos is home to RealDolls, a company that makes sex dolls and is about to release its first model with artificial intelligence. WARNING: Mature content.

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'Pandas' Invade Fleet Science Center

April 4, 2018
By Beth Accomando, Matthew Bowler

On an adorability scale of one to 10, pandas are an 11. But the new IMAX documentary "Pandas" (opening at the Fleet Science Center) looks past their fluffy appeal to the hard work that goes into saving the species.

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San Diego Sports Program Teaches Teens Life Lessons Through Cycling

Feb. 13, 2018
By Matthew Bowler

San Diego VeloYouth program teaches students life lessons on and off the bike at Balboa Park.

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La Mesa Police Officer Shown Body Slamming Teenage Girl In Facebook Video Is Reassigned

Jan. 22, 2018
By City News Service, Matthew Bowler, Megan Burks

Dozens of students and community members protested Monday after a La Mesa police officer was shown roughly slamming a teenage girl to the ground in a video posted to Facebook this weekend.

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Advocacy Group Organizes Conference To Fight California's Gang Conspiracy Laws

July 31, 2017
By Claire Trageser, Matthew Bowler

Organizers from the advocacy group Pillars of the Community are planning a conference this weekend to give attendees tools to fight gang documentation laws.

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Globe's New 'Robin Hood!' Stages Swordplay In The Round

July 13, 2017
By Beth Accomando, Matthew Bowler

Errol Flynn defined the swashbuckling heroics of Robin Hood in the 1938 film "The Adventures of Robin Hood." Now the Old Globe takes inspiration from that movie for its newly commissioned play by Ken Ludwig, "Robin Hood!"

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'Megan Leavey' Tells Extraordinary Tale Of A Female Marine And Her Dog

June 8, 2017
By Beth Accomando, Matthew Bowler

Megan Leavey is a U.S. Marine corporal veteran who worked with a bomb sniffing dog during her tour in Iraq. Her story is now the basis for the film opening Friday and bearing her name and directed by "Blackfish's" Gabriela Cowperthwaite.

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Comic Book Artists Stan Sakai And Kevin Eastman At IDW Comic Art Gallery Friday

June 2, 2017
By Beth Accomando, Kris Arciaga, Matthew Bowler

A samurai rabbit and ninja turtles will be meeting up yet again after decades apart for a new IDW comic book coming out in July. To celebrate the reunion, IDW is bringing “Usagi Yojimbo” creator Stan Sakai and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT)” co-creator Kevin Eastman together tonight at Comic Art Gallery in Liberty Station.

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San Diego Auto Show Revs Up For 5-Day Run

Dec. 29, 2016
By City News Service, Matthew Bowler

The annual San Diego International Auto Show began its a five-day run Thursday at the Convention Center.

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Downtown San Diego Library Opens A Bike Kitchen

Oct. 28, 2016
By Matthew Bowler

A new program makes it possible for people to fix their bicycles and check out a book at San Diego's downtown library.

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'Lizard Boy,' A Coming-Of-Age Comic Book Superhero Musical

Oct. 6, 2016
By Beth Accomando, Matthew Bowler

It started as a one-man show at Seattle Repertory Theatre and has since evolved into a three-person comic book rock musical now on stage at Diversionary Theatre.

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Moxie Theatre's 'Peerless' Riffs On 'Macbeth'

Sept. 22, 2016
By Beth Accomando, Matthew Bowler

The playhouse strives to showcase female playwrights and plays with dynamic women characters. Its current production "Peerless" offers a reimagining of Shakespeare’s "Macbeth."

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San Diego Opera's 'Listening Tour' Asked What Opera Means To People

Aug. 5, 2016
By Beth Accomando, Matthew Bowler

San Diego Opera General Director David Bennett has been on a "listening tour" to find out what San Diegans think about opera. Here are the results.

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San Diego Opera's David Bennett Enters Second Year As General Director

Aug. 1, 2016
By Beth Accomando, Matthew Bowler

San Diego Opera has survived some tumultuous times but as David Bennett enters his second year as general director the future of opera in San Diego looks strong.

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Family Affair Explores Star Trek Final Frontier

July 22, 2016
By Elma Gonzalez Lima Brandao, Matthew Bowler

The play "Klingon Lifestyles," which will stage its 23rd production Friday, has become a classic at Comic-Con in San Diego. Meet the family behind it.

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The Fight Over Powdered Alcohol In California Comes To San Diego

April 15, 2016
By Matthew Bowler

Cosmopolitans, martinis, gimlets are all popular cocktails, but the next new drink may not be made from any liquor on the market, it could be made from powdered alcohol or Palcohol.

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Miramar National Cemetery Has Room To Grow

April 6, 2016
By Matthew Bowler

San Diego is home to nearly a quarter million veterans. And as they age, they inevitably die. The Department of Veterans Affairs is making room for their graves.

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49 Kids Become Some Of San Diego County's Newest Americans

April 1, 2016
By Matthew Bowler

From school plays to graduations, growing up in the U.S. is full of milestones. But a group of local kids celebrated a less common occasion on Friday: becoming Americans.

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Training Bartenders, Servers On How Much Is Too Much

Feb. 19, 2016
By City News Service, Matthew Bowler

After two of their peers died in a collision with a drunk driver, UC San Diego students work to make "responsible beverage training" mandatory for restaurant and bar workers.

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Monte Vista High School Reopens Technical Education Buildings

Feb. 18, 2016
By Matthew Bowler

Monte Vista High School has finished a $7.5 million renovation of its Career Technical Education buildings.

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North Park's Claire de Lune Coffee Shop Closes For Good

Feb. 17, 2016
By Angela Carone, Matthew Bowler

Claire de Lune staked its claim in North Park before the neighborhood became the trendy hub it is now. But the popularity it helped jumpstart is ultimately what drew customers away.

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Officials Show Off Facility Where Passengers Apply For TSA Pre-Check Program

Feb. 11, 2016
By City News Service, Matthew Bowler

Passengers in the TSA Pre-Check program go through select screening lines at the airport and do not have to take off their shoes, light outerwear, or belts.

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Program Teaches San Diego Students How To Pay For College

Feb. 10, 2016
By Matthew Bowler

For some students the costs of college can be daunting. The program Achieve UC aims to show low-income students that college is within reach.

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Cal State Faculty Plan To Strike In April

Feb. 8, 2016
By City News Service, Matthew Bowler

Stepping up its push for a new labor contract, the union representing California State University faculty announced plans Monday to carry out a five-day strike in April at all 23 campuses — including San Diego State and Cal State San Marcos — if a deal isn't reached before then.

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Commercials Will Upstage Super Bowl For Some San Diegans

Feb. 5, 2016
By Associated Press, Matthew Bowler

Super Bowl 50 promises a gridiron clash that will thrill spectators, but many viewers watch for what’s in between the plays. For them the commercials are the big stars.

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John Lennon Music Education Bus Stops In San Diego

Feb. 4, 2016
By Matthew Bowler

John Lennon’s musical legacy made a stop in San Diego. The John Lennon Educational Bus Tour was at Crown Point Junior Music Academy.

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San Diego Unified Piloting Rainwater Collection System

Feb. 1, 2016
By Matthew Bowler

With the drought in mind, two schools in the San Diego Unified School District and one in the Encinitas Union School District are taking part in a new rainwater collection program that saves water and teaches science.

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San Diego Flights Canceled Due To Blizzard

Jan. 22, 2016
By City News Service, Matthew Bowler

The blizzard rolling into the Midwest and East Coast resulted in the cancellation of a couple handfuls of departing flights and a few arrivals Friday at Lindbergh Field in San Diego.

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Erosion Increases Dangers At Sunset Cliffs

Jan. 21, 2016
By Matthew Bowler

The recent rains not only flooded San Diego streets, but also caused erosion along Sunset Cliffs.

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San Diego, Baja High Schoolers Working To Solve Global Problems

Jan. 20, 2016
By Matthew Bowler

A group of San Diego and Baja California high schoolers gathered at the University of San Diego to address some of the world's toughest problems.

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Program Trains Community College Employees To Help Police Stop Active Shooters

Jan. 18, 2016
By Matthew Bowler

A new program at the San Diego Community College District trains officers and college employees to fight back against campus shooters.

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Nurses Union Warns Alvarado Hospital Suffers High Turnover Rate

Jan. 13, 2016
By Matthew Bowler

The California Nurses Association says nurses are leaving San Diego's Alvarado Hospital in alarming numbers.

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Many San Diegans Hit By Flooding May Not Have Insurance

Jan. 7, 2016
By Matthew Bowler

Homeowners and renters who have insurance often don't take the extra step to add flood insurance to the policy.

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San Diegans Prepare For Flooding, High Surf

Jan. 4, 2016
By Matthew Bowler, Susan Murphy

Homeless service providers are handing out boots and tarps, while fire-rescue personnel are providing sandbags.

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San Diego Auto Show Begins 4-Day Run

Dec. 31, 2015
By City News Service, Matthew Bowler

The San Diego International Auto Show is taking place at the convention center Thursday through Sunday. It will feature 400 new-model vehicles, alternative fuel cars, exotics, crossovers and classics.

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San Diego – And Its Burritos – Promoted In New York's Times Square

Dec. 30, 2015
By Matthew Bowler

San Diego is getting a promotional bump in New York's Times Square this New Year's Eve. A flashy billboard ad extols America's Finest City.

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Holiday Bowl Bands Battle It Out Before Big Game

Dec. 29, 2015
By Matthew Bowler

As San Diego prepares to host the 2015 Holiday Bowl game between USC and the University of Wisconsin on Wednesday night, their marching bands battled it out in downtown San Diego.

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City Of San Diego: Recycle Your Christmas Tree

Dec. 28, 2015
By City News Service, Matthew Bowler

The city of San Diego's 42nd annual Christmas tree recycling program began Monday in an effort to keep trees out of landfills and turn them into mulch for gardeners.

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Economy Doing Well, But Many San Diego Families Still Need Holiday Help

Dec. 18, 2015
By Matthew Bowler

The Salvation Army is short thousands of toy donations as more San Diego families need help this holiday season.

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Future Of Robots On Display In San Diego

Dec. 16, 2015
By Matthew Bowler

The future will be led by humans but built by robots, according to organizers of the RoboUnivers Conference at the San Diego Convention Center.

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Free Public Events Build Excitement In San Diego For AMGEN Tour

Dec. 15, 2015
By Matthew Bowler

San Diego organizers for the AMGEN Tour of California are hosting several free public events to get your motor running for bicycle racing.

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San Diego Colleges Use Dogs To Take Bite Out Of Exam Stress

Dec. 9, 2015
By Matthew Bowler

San Diego colleges use canine cuddle programs to calm anxious students during test time with licks, tummy rubs and hugs.

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San Diego Airport Unveils Public Art At Rental Center

Dec. 9, 2015
By Matthew Bowler

Not only is San Diego’s new airport rental car center ready to serve travelers, it is also exhibiting some world-class art.

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California School Admistrators Address Teacher Shortage

Dec. 4, 2015
By Matthew Bowler

The California School Board Association’s annual conference had more than 3,000 educators at the San Diego Convention Center thinking about ways to improve schools.

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Qualcomm Expands Program To Entice Next Generation Of San Diego Engineers

Dec. 4, 2015
By Matthew Bowler

Qualcomm unveiled its newest educational lab Wednesday at Lewis Middle School in San Diego.

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Secretary Of State Alex Padilla Urges Mission Bay High Students To Vote

Dec. 2, 2015
By Matthew Bowler

Less than 5 percent of Californians under the age of 24 voted in the last election. California Secretary of State Alex Padilla is trying to change that.

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AIDS Quilt Unveiled At UC San Diego

Dec. 1, 2015
By Matthew Bowler

UC San Diego honored World Aids Day for the 10th year with a display of three portions of the AIDS Memorial Quilt.

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San Diego Miramar College Marks Opening Of Science Building

Nov. 30, 2015
By City News Service, Matthew Bowler

San Diego Miramar College officially opened it's new 49,000-square-foot science building on Monday — and it has all the bells and whistles.

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San Diego May Get Quicker Water Quality Test For Beaches

Aug. 13
By Erik Anderson

San Diego County officials could be one of the first places in the nation to use a new water-quality test that speeds up the ability to identify dangerous bacteria in coastal waters.

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Floating Robot Could Clean Plastic Out Of The Ocean

Aug. 12
By John Carroll

A floating robot to clean plastic out of the ocean was tested by USD engineering students in Mission Bay on Friday.

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Baby Rhino In San Diego Gains Weight, Offers Promise For Saving A Species

Aug. 14
By Erik Anderson

The baby rhino born at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park two and a half weeks ago is thriving under the watchful protective eye of its mom. It also helps show a way for saving another rhinoceros species.

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San Diego's Chaldean Community Reeling After Deported Chaldean Man's Death In Iraq

Aug. 19
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

Earlier this month, Jimmy Aldaoud, a Chaldean man from Michigan, died shortly after being deported to Iraq. He was one of the first Chaldeans, a group of Iraqi Christians, to be deported to Iraq following a 2017 agreement between Iraq and the United States.

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Carlsbad Commuters Have New Last-Mile Solution

Aug. 19
By John Carroll

New Carlsbad Connector shuttle service meant to solve "first mile/last mile" gap between the Coaster train and the rest of the city.

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National City Prepares For 2020 Census After Undercount In 2010

Aug. 22
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

Officials and business leaders in National City are aiming to avoid a repeat of the 2010 census when, they believe, their immigrant-heavy city was under-counted.

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UC San Diego Celebrates Release Of New Dr. Seuss Book 'Horse Museum'

Sept. 3
By Alexander Nguyen

The Dr. Seuss library at UC San Diego held a special celebration Tuesday for the release of a never-before-published Dr. Seuss book.

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ACLU: Supreme Court Ruling Puts Asylum-Seekers In Danger

Sept. 12
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

Tijuana is home to thousands of migrants waiting to ask for asylum in the United States. Now many of them will be turned back after the Supreme Court on Wednesday lifted an injunction on a new Trump administration policy

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Bill To Ban Private Lockups Would Impact Immigrant Detention In San Diego

Sept. 13
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

A new bill passed by the state legislature on Wednesday bans the use of private prisons and detention centers in California. For San Diego that could mean finding a different place to keep more than a thousand detained migrants.

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San Diego's Climate Crisis: The Risks And Costs Of Living In The Backcountry

Sept. 16
By Claire Trageser

Higher temperatures caused by climate change mean California’s all-important snowpack in the Sierra Nevada mountains is smaller and melts faster than it did in the past. As a result, forests are dryer for longer and more prone to wildfire.

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Sheriff's Deputy Assault Victims Say Plea Deal Is Not Justice Served

Sept. 19
By Claire Trageser

Fischer was initially charged with 20 criminal counts that included assault, burglary, forcing oral sex and sexual battery. But his plea deal with the DA did not include the two sex crime charges he faced.

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San Diego's Climate Crisis: How Heightened Wildfire Risk Is Altering The Work Of California's National Guard

Sept. 18
By Steve Walsh

Members of the California National Guard have always had a role in fighting wildfires, but now there is a task force working year-round on fire prevention efforts.

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San Diego High School Students Confront Migration Crisis In Mock Exercise

Sept. 23
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

Last Friday, students from high schools across San Diego tried to solve a mock diplomatic crisis centering on migration.

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San Diego’s Climate Crisis: The Impacts Of A Warming World On Refugee Communities

Sept. 23
By Priya Sridhar

The World Bank projects climate change will displace as many as 140 million people around the world by 2050, with Latin America, sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia the hardest-hit regions.

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Doulas Seen As Key To Battling Maternal, Infant Death Among San Diego's Black Community

Sept. 24
By Tarryn Mento

San Diego groups are supporting the moms and babies that face the highest rate of death from childbirth.

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SANDAG Shifts Funds To Fast Track Transit, Highway Projects

Sept. 27
By Andrew Bowen

Elected officials on the SANDAG board approved budget amendments aimed at getting more transportation projects ready for construction. But the agency's executive director warned two proposed freeway widenings could put SANDAG "in legal jeopardy."

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California To Let College Athletes Make Money, Defying NCAA

Sept. 30
By Associated Press

Defying the NCAA, California's governor signed a first-in-the-nation law Monday that will let college athletes hire agents and make money from endorsements — a move that could upend amateur sports in the U.S. and trigger a legal challenge.

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The Story Of A Cinderella Costume With A Twist Goes Viral

Sept. 30
By Priya Sridhar

The costume, created by an Oceanside woman who was born without an arm, has inspired children and people with limb differences.

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San Diego Mayor Touts City's Progress In Fixing Potholes

Oct. 2
By Priya Sridhar

Mayor Faulconer says potholes are being fixed in the city at a record rate. Some residents aren't so sure.

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Temecula Woman Among Victims To Benefit From Las Vegas Shooting Settlement

Oct. 3
By Matt Hoffman

Chelsea Romo, who lost an eye and suffered severe head trauma, was among hundreds of victims in the massacre at the Mandalay Bay Hotel two years ago.

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Scott Peters' Bill Would Tie Federal Transit Funds To Housing

Oct. 8
By Priya Sridhar

The bill proposed by Democratic Congressman Scott Peters would require state and local governments applying for federal transit money to show that housing will be located near planned mass transit stops.

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SDG&E Warns Of Possible Outages To Prevent Wildfires In Dry, Gusty Weather

Oct. 9
By Christopher Underwood, Shalina Chatlani

San Diego Gas & Electric announced this week that the utility may shut off power in certain parts of San Diego County due to forecasted weather conditions that could pose a danger to power lines and increase the risk of wildfires.

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San Diego Officials Push Tourist Tax Hike For Civic Projects

Oct. 10
By Erik Anderson

San Diego civic leaders revive a ballot measure to pay for the expansion of the convention center, homeless programs and road paving.

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Tijuana Bike Conference To Bridge Cross-Border Politics

Oct. 11
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

“We want to seem like a bridge, to rethink what the border means, so the bicycles are really just an excuse to say that the border will not be sold or separated. Tijuana is the point of this.”

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SANDAG: San Diego Jail Inmates Report Higher Rates Of Homelessness

Oct. 17
By City News Service, Priya Sridhar

The survey of last year's arrestees found that one-third of those surveyed had been homeless in the month prior to being booked in jail, and two-thirds reported experiencing homelessness at some point in their lives.

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Wildfires Scorch A Growing Rosarito In Baja California

Oct. 31
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

California isn’t the only region dealing with devastating wildfires. South of the border in Baja California, Mexican firefighters and local authorities have squared off against quick-moving fires that have left local residents with little time to get to safety.

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Tracking Flu Data Could Help San Diego Hospitals Be Prepared For 'Flumageddon'

Nov. 1
By Tarryn Mento

Medical facilities and county officials are using data as part of an all-hazards management plan to prepare for a potential influx of flu patients.

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ACLU Files Suit Over Access To Lawyers For Asylum-Seekers Being Sent Back To Mexico

Nov. 5
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

The American Civil Liberties Union filed a class-action lawsuit against Customs and Border Protection on Tuesday, condemning the treatment of asylum-seekers in the “Remain In Mexico” program. The ACLU says that the migrants are not being allowed to see their lawyers.

The campus of CETYS in Tijuana on October 14, 2019

San Diego Students Going To Mexico For College

Nov. 7
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

A private Tijuana university offers a business degree in English that's become a low-cost alternative for American students. A growing number of U.S. students are crossing into Mexico to pursue college degrees at CETYS.

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Immigrant Activism And The Legacy Of Proposition 187

Nov. 8
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

While the proposition never took effect, Proposition 187 ushered in a generation of immigrant activists that has transformed the California.

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