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Roundtable: Issa Bows Out, DACA Dealmaking, State Of The ...

Roundtable: Issa Bows Out, DACA Dealmaking, State Of The City

Jan. 12
By Bennett Lacy, Mark Sauer

Rep. Darrell Issa announces he will not seek re-election to congress, a busy week for immigration includes negotiations with President Donald Trump to protect so-called "dreamers" and Mayor Kevin Faulconer delivers San Diego's State of the City address.

Some (Not All) Refugees Find New Homes After Improper Res...

Some (Not All) Refugees Find New Homes After Improper Resettlement Practices

Jan. 9
By Tarryn Mento

We follow up with some refugee families months after a KPBS investigation found a San Diego resettlement agency's improper housing placement practices put them at risk of losing their homes.

Apple Investors Urge Action To Curb Child Gadget Addiction

Apple Investors Urge Action To Curb Child Gadget Addiction

Jan. 8
By Associated Press

Two major Apple investors have urged the iPhone maker to help curb smartphone addiction among children, highlighting growing concern about the effects of gadgets and social media on youngsters.

Roundtable: Marijuana Sales Begin, Horton Plaza’s Future,...

Roundtable: Marijuana Sales Begin, Horton Plaza’s Future, Stories To Watch In 2018

Jan. 5
By Bennett Lacy, Mark Sauer

San Diego is ahead of the pack as recreational marijuana sales begin in California. New questions about the future of Horton Plaza as the struggling mall faces a change in ownership. And, our panel weighs in on the big stories they'll be covering in 2018.

San Diego County Collects $642M In Early Property Tax Pay...

San Diego County Collects $642M In Early Property Tax Payments

Jan. 4
By City News Service

In a "mad dash" to take advantage of uncapped property tax deductions before the new tax law went into effect this year, 25 percent of San Diego County property owners paid their bills early, the county treasurer's office said Thursday.

Build Up Financial Fitness With Smart Budget Strategies

Build Up Financial Fitness With Smart Budget Strategies

Jan. 4
By Ebone Monet

San Diego Financial Adviser offers top tips for financial fitness in 2018.

San Diego's Third Bridge Shelter Set To Open This Week

San Diego's Third Bridge Shelter Set To Open This Week

Jan. 2
By Susan Murphy

The city of San Diego is expected to open the last of three bridge shelters for homeless people this week. The large industrial tent, located in the East Village, will provide 150 beds for families and single women for the next seven months.

San Diego Gas Prices Continue To Rise

San Diego Gas Prices Continue To Rise

Jan. 2
By City News Service

The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County rose a tenth of a cent Tuesday to $3.127.

Cannabis Manufacturing Gets Small Start In San Diego

Cannabis Manufacturing Gets Small Start In San Diego

Jan. 2
By Andrew Bowen

Three San Diego businesses have gotten licenses to manufacture cannabis concentrates. They appear to be part of a group of cannabis businesses with special permission to continue operating in the city.

San Diego Cannabis Stores Brace For New Year's High

San Diego Cannabis Stores Brace For New Year's High

Dec. 29, 2017
By Andrew Bowen

The handful of cannabis dispensaries with licenses to sell recreational marijuana are preparing for a rush of new customers as legalization comes into full effect across California.