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Get up to speed on the top local stories of the day in just a matter of minutes. Brought to you seven days a week by The San Diego Union-Tribune, San Diego’s leading news source since 1868.

Get up to speed on the top local stories of the day in just a matter of minutes. Brought to you seven days a week by The San Diego Union-Tribune, San Diego’s leading news source since 1868.
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Get up to speed on the top local stories of the day in just a matter of minutes. Brought to you seven days a week by The San Diego Union-Tribune, San Diego’s leading news source since 1868.

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@sdut

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English

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520-275-0914


Episodes

Friday, Feb. 23

2/22/2018
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Parking giant says rideshare is affecting their sales, the U-T proves Duncan Hunter was present when he misused campaign funds, and 5 restaurants make Yelp’s top-100 list.

Duration:00:03:46

Thursday, Feb. 22

2/21/2018
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Fewer refugees are coming into the county, an east county politician renounces his terrorist grandfather and this weeks’ flu update.

Duration:00:04:12

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

2/20/2018
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1. Wells V. Hunter 2. Issa's approval rating 3. Cold weather to through Friday

Duration:00:03:22

Tuesday, Feb. 20

2/19/2018
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Point Loma residents try to get a recycling center to close, the pre-sale tickets for the Chargers go on sale and more city records show what the city and county bought to secure the wall

Duration:00:03:43

Monday, February 19, 2018

2/18/2018
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1. Marines convicted on sexual assault, child porn charges, & other 2. San Diego undergoes utility undergrounding 3. San Luis Rey Downs may have helped save a life, too

Duration:00:05:13

Friday, February 16, 2017

2/15/2018
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1. The Pacific Beach Reservoir fight 2. Dockless bikeshare 3. Flu news 4. Pliny the Younger

Duration:00:03:42

Thursday, Feb. 15

2/14/2018
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The U-T holds a form on sexual assault, San Diego’s parks are lacking and the latest flu numbers

Duration:00:04:10

Wednesday, Feb. 14

2/13/2018
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San Diego’s climate progress is a sham, East Village residents say “enough” on homeless facilities and Qualcomm and Broadcomm near a deal.

Duration:00:03:41

Tuesday, Feb. 13

2/12/2018
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SDSU asks alumni if they should change mascots, so much for rain this week and another craft beer lawsuit “rocks” a big local brewery.

Duration:00:03:11

Monday, February 12, 2018

2/11/2018
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How San Diego got its hepatitis outbreak under control and pedestrian deaths in San Diego rack up as city drags on Vision Zero campaign.

Duration:00:03:46

Friday, Feb. 9

2/8/2018
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Relief is coming to those with inflated water bills, so-called one dollar lots may be the fix for middle-income housing, and more elderly people are getting high.

Duration:00:04:12

Thursday, Feb. 8

2/7/2018
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The U-T has a new owner, how to fight high water bills and new zoning rules are coming to the city.

Duration:00:03:02

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

2/6/2018
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1. San Diego adopts safeguards against scooping homeless people into city garbage trucks 2. The First transfer of nuclear waste at San Onofre 3. New owners for the UT and LA Times?

Duration:00:05:14

Tuesday, Feb. 6

2/5/2018
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The crime rate goes down, an official tied to a narrowly missed homeless death is canned and ICE plans to hire a slew of new agents.

Duration:00:04:17

Monday, February 5, 2018

2/4/2018
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1. Skyrocketing water bills 2. An open assembly seat shows a packed field 3. How San Diego State University Can Rise To The Top 4. More dry weather

Duration:00:05:44

Friday, Feb. 2

2/1/2018
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A new police chief is named, ICE looks to hire more agents and gas prices are higher.

Duration:00:04:11

Thursday, Feb. 1

1/31/2018
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SDSU has a new president, area transit ridership continues to sag and this week’s update on the flu.

Duration:00:04:02

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

1/31/2018
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1. DACA recipients react to Trump's state of the union address 2. The first month of recreational marijuana sales 3. $2.3M house for new SDSU president

Duration:00:04:46

Tuesday, Jan. 30

1/29/2018
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A $200 million bike plan struggles to get started, surfers say farewell to an Imperial Beach city official slain in Mexico and San Diego workers nearly crush a homeless man in a trash compactor.

Duration:00:03:30

Monday, January 29, 2018

1/28/2018
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1. How many homeless people are in San Diego? 2. Will SDSU's next president lead the school to greatness? 3. Tijuana condo craze continues in to 2018

Duration:00:04:51

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