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Report: San Diego County Home To 8,300 Solar Jobs

Feb. 10
By City News Service
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The Solar Jobs Census placed San Diego behind only Los Angeles County, which had over 15,000 solar jobs in 2015.

How Naturalizing Immigrants Can Improve Economies

Feb. 9
Simon Thompson / KRWG
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According to a study by the Urban Institute, if the immigrants who are eligible for naturalization became citizens, their earnings would increase 8.9 percent, and their communities would also see an economic boost. But only 10 percent of eligible immigrants take the step to citizenship.

Residents Displaced By Gas Leak Get More Time To Return

Feb. 8
By Associated Press
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Los Angeles residents displaced by a massive, 15-week natural gas leak will have up to eight days to move back to the Porter Ranch area, rather than 48 hours.

Super Bowl 50 Advertising Winners And Losers

Feb. 8
Midday Edition
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San Diego advertising and marketing experts weigh in on Super Bowl Sunday's TV commercials.

New Judge In San Onofre Case Has Past Experience With San Diego Utility Issues

Feb. 8
Midday Edition
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The judge, who once allowed secret settlement talks and kept out evidence in a case over the 2007 wildfires, will likely hear arguments asking the California Public Utilities Commission to overturn the $4.7 billion San Onofre nuclear plant shutdown settlement.

San Diego Scientists Find Data Brewing In Local Fermentation Culture

Feb. 8
By David Wagner
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Whether it's craft beer or kimchi, fermented foods and drinks are making a comeback. San Diego researchers are sampling local fermentation fanatics to find out how fermented foods can change our gut microbes.

San Diego Job Market Fueled By Demand For Skilled Workers

Feb. 5
By Susan Murphy
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In San Diego County, the number of people seeking work is declining and stands at 4.7 percent — down from a high of 11.1 percent five years ago.

San Diego Regional Chamber Of Commerce Extends Jerry Sanders' Contract

Feb. 4
By City News Service
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Jerry Sanders will continue to be president and CEO of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce through 2020.

A New Vision For The San Diego County Taxpayers Association

Feb. 4
Midday Edition
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Haney Hong, a small business owner and Navy Reservist, took over as president and CEO of the San Diego County Taxpayers Association.

San Diego County Economic Indicators Ended 2015 On Positive Note

Feb. 4
By City News Service
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Increases in residential building permits and an improving jobs picture boosted San Diego County's economy at the end of 2015, according to the University of San Diego Turnham-Moores Institute Index of Leading Economic Indicators.

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