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UC San Diego Conference Looks At NAFTA Impact

UC San Diego Conference Looks At NAFTA Impact

Feb. 24
By Steve Walsh

The Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at UC San Diego on Monday will hold a day-long conversation on NAFTA, as the Trump Administration looks at reworking or scrapping the 22-year-old trade deal.

J.C. Penney To Close Over 100 Stores

J.C. Penney To Close Over 100 Stores

Feb. 24
By City News Service

J.C. Penney Co. Inc. announced Friday it is in the process of selling its distribution center in Buena Park, intends to close its distribution center in Lakeland, Florida, in June, and plans to shutter 130-140 stores in the coming months.

How Increased Immigration Enforcement Could Impact San Diego County...

How Increased Immigration Enforcement Could Impact San Diego County Farms

Feb. 23
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

Farms across the country, including those in San Diego County, rely on laborers who are in the country illegally. How will increased immigration enforcement affect San Diego County's farming workforce?

Sempra May Have Broken State Rules By Lobbying On Energy Program

Sempra May Have Broken State Rules By Lobbying On Energy Program

Feb. 23
By Claire Trageser

Employees affiliated with SDG&E and its parent company Sempra Energy may have been in violation of a state law by speaking at a county meeting last week.

San Diego County Awarded AAA Investment Rating

San Diego County Awarded AAA Investment Rating

Feb. 22
By City News Service

Fitch Ratings has given the county of San Diego's investment pool a AAA rating — its highest mark — for the 17th straight year.

La Jolla Investor Group Presents Plans To Redevelop Qualcomm Stadium

La Jolla Investor Group Presents Plans To Redevelop Qualcomm Stadium

Feb. 20
By Erik Anderson

A La Jolla-based investment group presented its vision Monday to develop the Qualcomm Stadium site in Mission Valley.

Trump Tensions Scare Off Binational Consumers

Trump Tensions Scare Off Binational Consumers

Feb. 20
By Jean Guerrero

Store owners in San Ysidro said fewer Mexicans are coming across the border to shop for clothes and other items. They said customers are frightened by President Trump's hard-line immigration stance.

Driving Economic Development In City Heights One Paint Job At A Time

Driving Economic Development In City Heights One Paint Job At A Time

Feb. 20
By Tarryn Mento

A neighborhood nonprofit and community association is encouraging business owners to spruce up their facades to draw more attention to the area.

$5 Million Question For San Diego Organizations: What’s The Future ...

$5 Million Question For San Diego Organizations: What’s The Future Of Humanities Grants?

Feb. 20
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource

Deep within the Women’s Museum of California’s floor-to-ceiling historical archive is a weathered leather suitcase, filled with photographs and mementos from Grace Robinson, who served in the WAVES, a U.S. Navy’s women’s reserve program during World War II.

Roundtable: Dam Trouble, Labor Union Difficulties, Carlsbad's Power...

Roundtable: Dam Trouble, Labor Union Difficulties, Carlsbad's Power Plans

Feb. 17
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

Was the near-disaster in Oroville a result of negligence? Some express concern about Sweetwater Dam here. Local labor leader Mickey Kasparian is sued for harassment and retaliation. Is Carlsbad getting a power plant that's unnecessary and obsolete?

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