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  • Black Enterprise
    Now would be a great time to learn to braid well, or brush-up on the services that barbers usually perform. A sophomore student at Mater Dei High School in San Diego had been suspended and told to cut his braided hair last week because it was out of compliance with the school’s dress code. He was then given an in-school suspension for ...
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  • Courthouse News Service
    SAN DIEGO (CN) – Congressman Duncan Hunter’s guilty plea to a single charge of campaign finance fraud late last year and his resignation this week has made the 50 th Congressional District race one of the most-watched 2020 races in the nation, as a millennial Democratic candidate makes his second attempt to flip the Republican stronghold.
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  • Times of San Diego
    “Why am I here?” These are not particularly likable people, though they’re well drawn and familiar, and at San Diego Repertory Theatre, extremely well enacted. Our interest is sustained by the suspense and sense of dread built by the mysterious sounds and occurrences (which are never fully explained). There’s symbolism in the final ...
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  • KPBS
    There’s a chance that for the first time in at least a half century, voters in the city of San Diego will only have Democrats to choose from when they vote for mayor in the November election. That's because the top two vote-getters in the March primary will advance to the November general election, and three of the four candidates are Democrats.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    E-scooter company Lime made the decision to leave San Diego last week, in part because it said it was strangled by city regulations. The scooters have divided many in the city. There was a lot of enthusiasm among millennials,
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  • CBS News 8
    SAN DIEGO — Students at Hoover High School on Thursday hosted a City of San Diego mayoral candidate forum, and among those who attended was a News 8’s first-time voter. Morse High School senior Diego Estrada was in the audience as part of the Inspire Us and Youth Council. Estrada said he hopes forums like Thursday’s will help get more ...
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  • NBC 7 San Diego
    San Diego's Environmental Committee voted Thursday to approve a resolution that declares San Diego in the midst of a climate emergency for the city. The resolution, which is mostly symbolic, passed 3-1 with Council Member Scott Sherman the only vote dissenting. The resolution acknowledges the threat of climate change on the city and its ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    More than 6,000 sailors assigned to the USS Theodore Roosevelt and six accompanying cruisers and destroyers will leave Naval Base San Diego and Naval Air Station North Island on the deployment. Accompanying the nuclear-powered Roosevelt will be the guided-missile cruiser USS Bunker Hill and guided-missile destroyers USS Russell, USS Paul ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    Jan. 1 was two weeks ago, but if you can never get enough of New Year’s celebrations, how about partying for Lunar New Year? You’ll have three days of chances to do so at San Diego County Credit Union Stadium beginning at 5 p.m. Friday. See dragon and lion dances, enjoy the pop of firecrackers, and try your hand at games to begin the Year ...
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  • Fox Sports
    Nevada (11-7, 4-2) vs. No. 7 San Diego State (18-0, 7-0) Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl, San Diego; Saturday, 8 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: No. 7 San Diego State looks for its eighth straight conference win against Nevada. San Diego State’s last MWC loss came ...
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  • CBS News 8
    Meet Goldie, a Sulphur-crested cockatoo from the Scripps Aviary at the San Diego Zoo. This bright bird can even say "hello." Kara Walsh, a self-proclaimed "bird nerd" from the San Diego Zoo, shares all the fun facts about this 32-year-old cockatoo.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Vote yes on Measure C to expand the San Diego Convention Center would help business, homelessness by raising the hotel tax.
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  • NBC 7 San Diego
    On Thursday San Diego North County Judge Harry L. Powazek denied a restraining order against rock legend Ace Frehley. Frehley's former girlfriend, Rachael Gordon, filed for a restraining order against the former KISS guitarist in late July. Following the decision in an exclusive interview with Frehley, he said he feels vindicated.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    A plan by Literacy First Charter Schools to build a new high school on undeveloped land in Rancho San Diego has received tremendous pushback by residents in the Valle de Oro part of East County. Citing traffic congestion along Chase Avenue near Jamacha Road,
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Company makes blood vessel stents that gradually dissolve in the body. It plans to focus on non-coronary uses after Chapter 11 reorganization
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Steven Karam's Tony Award-winning play explores very real plights among authentic-feeling characters, although not everything coheres
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  • ABC 10 News
    SAN DIEGO (CNS) - In a 3-1 vote, the San Diego City Council Environment Committee approved a resolution declaring a climate emergency in the city of San Diego Thursday. The resolution has no council action attached, but voting for it is the first step toward getting more meaningful ordinances in front of the full city council. San Francisco ...
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  • CBS News 8
    SAN DIEGO — According to U.S. census data, nearly 200,000 of San Diego’s youngest children are living in families who are barely able to make ends meet – often having to choose between paying for rent, childcare or food to eat. Some of the hardest hit areas of the county may surprise you. There are neighborhoods in both Carlsbad and Poway ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    “Climate change in San Diego is not a what-if, it’s what’s now.” Campbell said that in the past 100 years, San Diego had witnessed 9 inches of sea level rise. “It’s well past the time ...
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  • Fox 5 San Diego
    DEL MAR, Calif. -- The San Diego County Fair this week released a list of artists who will perform as part of its 2020 Toyota Summer Concert Series. The concert series kicks off June 5 with a performance by The Isley Brothers. Cheap Trick, Train and Styx will be among those performing on the Corona Grandstand Stage later in June. Tickets for ...
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