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SPECIAL COVERAGE: Living With Wildfires: San Diego Firestorm 10 Years Later

Stories for December 9, 2011

Organization Offers Unusual Work For Those With Autism

Organization Offers Unusual Work For Those With Autism

Dec. 9
By Peggy Pico

A San Diego organization called Jobs for Autism helps adults with autism spectrum disorder find unique work.

Counselor Forum Focuses On Coping With Tough Times

Dec. 9
By Kyla Calvert

University of San Diego hosted its 13th annual school counseling forum Friday.

Planned Development In Little Italy Stirring Up Controversy

Dec. 9
By Katie Orr / Capital Public Radio

Development in downtown San Diego is a common sight, but the "Fat City Lofts" project on the northern edge of Little Italy is attracting criticism.

Connect Presents Awards For Technology In San Diego [VIDEO]

Dec. 9
By Dwane Brown

The awards were given to technology developers in San Diego.

Voice Of San Diego Announces Layoffs

Dec. 9
By Jessica Plautz

Four employees including three reporters were let go from the nonprofit news organization voiceofsandiego.org, it was announced today.

Petition Being Circulated Against SDG&E Fee Hike

Petition Being Circulated Against SDG&E Fee Hike

Dec. 9
By Erik Anderson

San Diego's Environmental Health Coalition is rallying opposition to a San Diego Gas and Electric rate hike request.

Great Performances: The Little Mermaid From San Francisco Ballet

Great Performances: The Little Mermaid From San Francisco Ballet

Dec. 9

Experience Hans Christian Andersen’s haunting tale of love in San Francisco Ballet’s production of this inventive ballet. Hamburg Ballet’s chief choreographer John Neumeier blends dance, dramatic storytelling and spectacle in a darkly emotional interpretation of the classic fable. Those expecting a simple ballet adaptation of the Disney animated film will be surprised to find a complex and intense portrayal of unrequited love and the resilience of the human spirit.

Mountain Lion Spotted Near Santee-Area High School

Dec. 9
10News.com

A reported mountain lion sighting led authorities to secure West Hills High in Santee this morning.

Officials Hope For A Peaceful Protest At Port Of San Diego

Dec. 9
By Marissa Cabrera

San Diego Port officials say they're hoping Occupy San Diego protestors are peaceful during a planned protest on Monday. Occupy groups along the West Coast plan to shut down local ports.

Roundtable: Convention Center Expansion, Foiled Gadhafi Plot, Escon...

Roundtable: Convention Center Expansion, Foiled Gadhafi Plot, Escondido Voting Rights

Dec. 9
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Pat Finn

San Diego's City Council is taking steps to create funding for the convention center; a Latino group pushes for district elections in Escondido; and an alleged plot to smuggle a Gadhafi into Mexico.

U.K. Balks At New Accord To Save Euro

U.K. Balks At New Accord To Save Euro

Dec. 9

Britain led the pushback to a deal that tightens economic ties between 17 euro countries, 6 others.

SDMA's Writerz Blok Mural Unveiled

SDMA's Writerz Blok Mural Unveiled

Dec. 9
By Beth Accomando

The San Diego Museum of Art commissioned a mural that takes images from their new exhibit on modern Mexican painting and has them interpreted by graffiti artists from Writerz Blok.

Report: Millions Wasted In Constructing Border Fence

Report: Millions Wasted In Constructing Border Fence

Dec. 9
By Ruxandra Guidi

A new report from the Department of Homeland Security Inspector General concluded that $69 million of taxpayers' money for border fence construction has been wasted.