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8,700 Pairs Of Shoes Displayed To Represent San Diego County's Homeless

Aug. 25
By Susan Murphy
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Thousands of pairs of shoes, in all styles and sizes, were on display Tuesday in downtown San Diego, representing the number of homeless men, women and children on the streets across the county.

San Diego's Illumina To Help With Cattle Breeding

Aug. 25
By City News Service
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Illumina Inc. reported Tuesday that it's teaming up with cattlemen in Ireland to improve the breeding of livestock.

Unemployment Rate In San Diego County Increases Slightly

Aug. 21
By City News Service
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Seasonal job losses at schools sent San Diego County's unemployment rate in July to 5.4 percent, up from an adjusted 5 percent in June.

Roundtable Digs Into Coastal, Backcountry Development Controversies

Aug. 21
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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Huge planned developments are riling up residents of Carlsbad and the rural backcountry near Valley Center. Meanwhile, three luxury hotels on Harbor Island may not be built at all, unless developers can comply with a little-known law.

Edison Disputes San Onofre Ruling

Aug. 20
By City News Service
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Southern California Edison disputed a ruling that it should have reported 10 communications between its executives and the California Public Utilities Commission regarding a settlement over costs related to the shutdown of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.

Mexico Boosts Customs Inspections Of Southbound Pedestrians In San Ysidro

Aug. 19
By Jean Guerrero
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Pedestrians crossing the border from Tijuana to San Diego have always had to show their travel documents. Now, Mexico is beefing up customs inspections with a new San Ysidro immigration facility.

North Park Waits For Transit Revamp

Aug. 19
By Steve Walsh
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Business owners in North Park nervously wait for the city of San Diego to begin work on the $5.8 million revamping of University Avenue. The comprehensive transit project is designed to make the area more friendly for buses, bikes and pedestrians.

San Diego City Council Declares Affordable Housing Emergency For 12th Year In A Row

Aug. 19
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San Diego is tens of thousands of units short of the goal for affordable homes for sale, and the rental market is also soaring out of reach for low-income San Diegans.

California Home Sales Remain Robust, Hold At Nine-Year High

Aug. 19
By Associated Press
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CoreLogic Inc. reported an estimated 46,065 new and existing homes sold in California in July. That's up 14.4 percent from last July and maintains strong sales recorded in June.

Drought Fallowing Half-Million Acres In California In 2015

Aug. 19
By Associated Press
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Fallowing is the biggest chunk of the cost of the drought. According to a UC Davis study, California's drought will cost state agriculture $1.84 billion in 2015.