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Apple Ceases iPhone Payments To Qualcomm, Escalating Feud

Apple Ceases iPhone Payments To Qualcomm, Escalating Feud

April 28
By Associated Press

Apple is refusing to pay any royalties owed to mobile chip maker Qualcomm for some of the features in the iPhone, escalating a patent feud that has turned the former business partners into bitter adversaries

California Lawmakers Vow To Thwart New Offshore Oil Drilling

California Lawmakers Vow To Thwart New Offshore Oil Drilling

April 28
By Associated Press

California lawmakers are introducing legislation that would thwart President Donald Trump's attempts to expand offshore drilling.

Roundtable: Homeless Count, Government Shutdown, Marines United, Se...

Roundtable: Homeless Count, Government Shutdown, Marines United, Secret Service

April 28
By Mark Sauer, Pat Finn

There are more homeless in the county this year. Now you see a government shutdown, now you don't. The Marines United scandal is hanging on like a bad cold. And a retired Marine general takes over the Secret Service.

Supervisors Consider New San Diego County Budget

Supervisors Consider New San Diego County Budget

April 28
By City News Service

A budget that proposes a 6.2 percent hike in spending for the county of San Diego in the fiscal year that begins July 1 is scheduled to be presented to the Board of Supervisors next week.

Some Homeless Policies Need Updating, Says San Diego Councilman

Some Homeless Policies Need Updating, Says San Diego Councilman

April 28
By Susan Murphy

Policies tied to homelessness will soon be reviewed by a new San Diego City Council committee devoted to the growing crisis. Councilman Chris Ward plans to take an active role.

San Diego County Building Permits Down

San Diego County Building Permits Down

April 27
By Alison St John

The number of building permits issued in San Diego County in the first quarter of this year could suggest a slowdown in construction of new homes.

Proposed Cuts Would Impact San Diego Job Training Programs That Are...

Proposed Cuts Would Impact San Diego Job Training Programs That Are Booming

April 27
By Megan Burks

Three times the number of job seekers expected came out to a job fair in San Ysidro Thursday. Many got their training thanks to grants President Donald Trump wants to cut.

Encinitas Sued Again Over Lack Of Affordable Housing Plan

Encinitas Sued Again Over Lack Of Affordable Housing Plan

April 27
By Alison St John

A group called SD Tenants United is suing the city of Encinitas for not having a plan to increase its housing stock. Encinitas is the only city in San Diego that has failed to agree on a state-mandated housing plan.

Judge Allows California High-Speed Rail Project To Proceed

Judge Allows California High-Speed Rail Project To Proceed

April 26
By Associated Press

A California judge allowed the state's bullet train project to go forward Wednesday but delayed a final ruling on a legal challenge asserting the state is not keeping its promises to voters.

10 Years After Housing Crash, Families Finally Make It On ‘Dream St...

10 Years After Housing Crash, Families Finally Make It On ‘Dream Street’

April 26
Steven Cuevas / KQED

Augie Cortez and his wife, Blanca, bought a little slice of the American Dream about 17 years ago in Bloomington, a working-class community in San Bernardino about 50 miles east of Los Angeles.

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