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Roundtable: Charlottesville Fallout, NAFTA Makeover, SeaWorld Slump

Roundtable: Charlottesville Fallout, NAFTA Makeover, SeaWorld Slump

Aug. 18
By Mark Sauer, Neiko Will

The president's take on vestiges of the Civil War raises eyebrows and drops jaws in the wake of last weekend's violence in Charlottesville. Local leaders brace for adjustments to NAFTA. And SeaWorld is changing with the times, but is it too late?

'Brewchive' To Document San Diego's Craft Beer Industry

'Brewchive' To Document San Diego's Craft Beer Industry

Aug. 17
By City News Service

An online archive of documents related to the growth of San Diego's craft brewing industry is scheduled to be launched Friday at Cal State San Marcos.

San Diego And Tijuana Leaders Seek Modernization Amid NAFTA Talks

San Diego And Tijuana Leaders Seek Modernization Amid NAFTA Talks

Aug. 16
By Erik Anderson, Jean Guerrero

As federal negotiators met with their counterparts from Mexico and Canada in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday to begin talks on NAFTA, leaders from border cities met in San Diego to support boosting the region's economic cooperation.

Imperial Valley Kids Get A Much-Needed Ride To The Beach

Imperial Valley Kids Get A Much-Needed Ride To The Beach

Aug. 16
By Ebone Monet

San Diego County has 70 miles of coastline. But for kids living in the inner city or in low-income communities, access to the region's beaches can be out of reach.

Civic San Diego Board Expected To Determine Fate Of East Village 'Q...

Civic San Diego Board Expected To Determine Fate Of East Village 'Quartyard'

Aug. 16
By City News Service

The fate of a proposed outdoor public gathering space and live music venue in the East Village could be determined Wednesday at a meeting of the Civic San Diego Board of Directors.

Edison Calls On Utilities Commission To Reaffirm Financial Liabilit...

Edison Calls On Utilities Commission To Reaffirm Financial Liability Settlement

Aug. 15
By City News Service

Southern California Edison called on utility regulators Tuesday to reaffirm a financial liability settlement regarding the closure of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station after being unable to reach a deal with other parties on potential revisions.

Cabrillo Offers One Last Chance For Seniors To Get National Parks $...

Cabrillo Offers One Last Chance For Seniors To Get National Parks $10 Lifetime Passes

Aug. 14
By Susan Murphy

On Aug. 28, the National Park Service’s lifetime pass for seniors is set to jump from $10 to $80. The significant increase and looming deadline are spurring hundreds to flock to San Diego’s only national park, the Cabrillo National Monument, to cash in on the deal.

California Hopes 'Healthy Soil' Will Fight Climate Change

California Hopes 'Healthy Soil' Will Fight Climate Change

Aug. 14
By Michael Lipkin

California’s $7.5 million Healthy Soils initiative will pay farmers up to $50,000 if they adopt "carbon farming" practices, including applying compost on rangeland to increase carbon retention capacity. State officials say it could remove the equivalent of millions of tons of carbon dioxide a year.

Roundtable: SANDAG Saga Continues, Former Mayor Helps Win Developme...

Roundtable: SANDAG Saga Continues, Former Mayor Helps Win Development Deal

Aug. 11
By Kenny Goldberg, Neiko Will

The head of SANDAG announced his retirement this week. Will the taint of the revenue forecasting scandal go with him? And, a former San Diego mayor helps seal a subsidized housing development deal with the county. Did her chummy ties to a supervisor help?

Pot Shops Could Be On Next Year's Ballot In Carlsbad

Pot Shops Could Be On Next Year's Ballot In Carlsbad

Aug. 11
By City News Service

A signature-gathering campaign to change Carlsbad's marijuana laws could soon be underway after a group aiming to make commercial marijuana sales legal received the necessary approval it needed from the city to begin its campaign.

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