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Buying A Home In California Is Harder For Middle Class Families In 2014

Dec. 16
Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio
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The median income required to buy a home today is $30,000 higher than it was a few years ago. That means less than a third of California households can afford a home at the median price right now.

San Diego's New City Council President Lays Out Priorities

Dec. 15
By Tarryn Mento
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Sherri Lightner, San Diego's new — and first female — City Council president, said she wants to focus on the priorities of her colleagues and address infrastructure, open data and police officer compensation.

Qualcomm Announces $40M Investment Into Chinese Companies

Dec. 12
By City News Service
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The news of the investment comes after Qualcomm announced 600 job cuts earlier this week.

City Council Considers Waiving $1.5M In Fees For All-Star Game

Dec. 12
By City News Service
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The Padres, who haven't hosted the game since 1992, are believed within baseball circles to be in line to host soon.

SeaWorld CEO To Step Down As Park Attendance Drops

Dec. 11
By City News Service and Associated Press
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Jim Atchison who has served as CEO and president of the theme park company since 2009 will become vice chairman.

San Diego's Apartment Vacancy Rate Falls

Dec. 9
By Erik Anderson
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Fewer apartments are vacant in San Diego and an improving job market gets some of the credit.

San Diegans Face Property Tax Deadline

Dec. 9
By Deb Welsh
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Property taxes are due Wednesday. Failure to make the payment on time will result in a 10 percent penalty.

California Considering Virtual Currency Regulations

Dec. 8
Katie Orr/ Capital Public Radio
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The State of California is considering whether to start regulating virtual currencies.

First-Quarter Review Shows San Diego's Finances In Good Shape

Dec. 8
By Tarryn Mento
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By the end of June, the city is expected to be over budget by only $100,000, according to the Financial Management Department's analysis of data from July through September.

San Diego Fast-Food Workers Rally For $15 An Hour

Dec. 4
By Megan Burks
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McDonald's released a statement saying it supports fair pay and that franchise owners set the wages for most of its workers.