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Roundtable Looks At Briggs' Nonprofits, Angry...05/29/15
San Diego attorney Cory Briggs seems to have a problem following state and federal rules with his multitudinous nonprofits. San Diego city lifeguards are not happy. They would like to get the same presumptive medical coverage firefighters and police...
Montreal Band Niyaz Blends Traditional, Modern Sounds In...
Niyaz is bringing their blend of acoustic, electronic, traditional and original compositions to the Price Center Theatre at UC San Diego on Saturday.
Scripps Nurses Reflect On Nepal Quake Recovery Efforts
The Scripps Health medical response team treated more than two thousand people in Nepal after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake in April.
What Court Ruling On Obama's Immigration Action Means In...
Hopes that new immigration actions announced by President Obama would take effect this month were ended by a federal appeals court on Tuesday.
Supreme Court ‘One Person, One Vote’ Test Could Impact San...
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case challenging how voting districts are drawn in Texas but the ruling could have far-reaching effects. At issue is whether to use total population or the number of eligible voters when drawing district lines.
Cat Chat: San Diego Expert Decodes Feline Language
A new book, "How To Speak Cat: A Guide To Decoding Cat Language," co-authored San Diego Humane Society President Gary Weitzman, aims to help cat lovers better understand their feline friends.
What's Next For One Paseo Project After Compromise Reached
As developers head back to the drawing board, a Kilroy Realty spokeswoman and a community group discuss what is next for Carmel Valley after a compromise was reached for the multi-use project.
California Bill Would Prohibit Defendants From Questioning...
A San Diego lawmaker’s bill to ban defendants who represent themselves from cross-examining victims in certain cases is raising constitutional questions.
San Diegans Reflect On The End Of World War II
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. On this Memorial Day, we take a look back at the war that dramatically changed the country and San Diego.
San Diego County's Unemployment Rate Dips To Nearly 8-Year...
San Diego County's unemployment rate dropped to 4.8 percent — the lowest rate the region has seen in almost a decade.
Roundtable Dissects One Paseo Compromise, Stadium Plan
A compromise between rival developers is reached on One Paseo in Carmel Valley. But so far nothing of the sort is in the works between the city and the Chargers on a new stadium.
Study Finds Lingering Spike In Car Theft After California...
The study by the Public Policy Institute of California shows that sentencing lower-level felons to local lockups instead of state prisons led to a 17 percent increase in auto thefts in 2013.
San Diego Awarded $6.4M To 80 Art Groups In 2014
The city's Commission on Arts & Culture's financial support of 80 organizations led to an economic impact of $191 million.
Lawyers Teach San Diego Students What To Do If Stopped By...
The Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association, a San Diego County African-American bar association, has started a series of presentations on how to handle police-youth interactions.
California Medical Association Drops Opposition Against...
The California Medical Association announced Wednesday that it has become the first state medical association in the U.S. to drop its opposition to what's been known as "physician-assisted suicide."
Serving A Pint Of Science In San Diego
The Reuben H. Fleet Science Center is partnering with Pint of Science and UC San Diego to bring science to the people in San Diego.
How To Avoid Being A Starving Artist In San Diego
Artists and accounting experts in San Diego are helping creative minds survive as artists.
'American Sniper' Widow Comes To San Diego To Discuss...
Taya Kyle, widow Chris Kyle, is in San Diego to discuss her memoir, "American Wife: Love, War, Faith and Renewal." She talks about her life without Chris and resources for other San Diego military families dealing with grief.
New Series Brewing About San Diego Craft Beer Scene
"Kings of the Craft,” a new television series exploring San Diego's craft beer industry and the unique stories behind it, debuts May 21 on KPBS.
Hope After Violence: San Diego Author Demands Support For...
Researchers are learning these simple things such as listening, giving praise or sharing a secret, may be effective tools in rescuing kids from the effects of an abusive childhood.
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