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San Diego Adds Medical Workers To Living Wage Ordinance

Feb. 2
By Andrew Bowen
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The San Diego City Council unanimously approved adding paramedics and EMTs to the city's 10-year-old living wage ordinance. They will soon be making at least $14.43 per hour.

San Diego Attorney Wants Public Investigation Into Huge Methane Spill

Feb. 1
By Erik Anderson
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A consumer advocate from San Diego is joining counterparts in Los Angeles in calling for more public information about the investigation into a huge natural gas leak that continues to spew methane about three months after the leak was discovered.

Judge: San Diego Hotel Fee Challenge Can Continue

Feb. 1
By Chris Young / inewsource
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The Superior Court judge ruled attorney Cory Briggs and a nonprofit group have standing to sue the city of San Diego and its Tourism Marketing District over a hotel assessment that would generate more than $1 billion over 40 years.

Carlsbad Voters Sift Through Proposed Development's Traffic Issues

Jan. 29
By Alison St John
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Traffic is one of the most contentious issues in the campaign for Measure A in Carlsbad. Supporters say a planned shopping center on the Agua Hedionda Lagoon would improve traffic flow, while opponents say it would create gridlock.

Roundtable: San Diego Mayor's Race, Methane Leak, Fish Farm

Jan. 29
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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There's a new face in the San Diego mayor's race, new stats in the mega-methane leak in Los Angeles, and new information on Hubbs-SeaWorld's experiment with farming fish.

Volunteers Scour San Diego County To Count The Homeless

Jan. 29
By City News Service
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More than 1,500 volunteers roamed through downtown and suburban areas early Friday morning to see how many people are living on the streets or in shelters.

Opposition Builds Against San Diego Televangelist Project

Jan. 29
By Andrew Bowen
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An 18-acre development planned by San Diego-based televangelist Morris Cerullo will soon go before the Mission Valley Planning Group. Several groups are concerned about Cerullo's anti-gay preaching and the project’s impact on traffic.

State Commission Approves Solar Energy Buy Back for Homeowners

Jan. 28
By KPBS News, Associated Press
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Californians with solar panels can still sell their electricity back to the utility.

San Diego County's Homeless Served At One-Day Resource Event

Jan. 27
By City News Service
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The 10th Project Homeless Connect, a one-day resource event at Golden Hall in downtown San Diego for the region's homeless population, attracted hundreds of people Wednesday.

Air Regulators Sue SoCalGas Over Months-Long Well Leak

Jan. 27
By Associated Press
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The South Coast Air Quality Management District sued the Southern California Gas Co. on Tuesday, seeking penalties that could surpass $25 million for a months-long natural gas leak that is blamed for sickening neighbors and has prompted a mass evacuation of a San Fernando Valley neighborhood.