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With Negotiations Stalled, Sharp Nurses Prepare To Strike Monday

With Negotiations Stalled, Sharp Nurses Prepare To Strike Monday

Nov. 25
By KPBS , City News Service

The nurses and their employer met Friday in hopes of reaching an agreement before a planned strike.

San Diego Homeless Brace For Wet, Windy Weather

San Diego Homeless Brace For Wet, Windy Weather

Nov. 25
By Susan Murphy

With cold, wet and blustery weather expected to move into San Diego Saturday, some temporary emergency homeless shelters across the county are expected to open. Still, thousands of homeless will have to endure the harsh conditions on the streets.

Another Strong Holiday Shopping Season For California?

Another Strong Holiday Shopping Season For California?

Nov. 25
By Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

Black Friday marks the traditional start of the holiday shopping season, and it could be a good one for retailers in the state.

Court Asked To Re-Examine Controversial Otay Mesa Power Plant Decision

Court Asked To Re-Examine Controversial Otay Mesa Power Plant Decision

Nov. 25
Ingrid Lobet / inewsource

Energy experts say the project, which shaped the region’s electricity system and its cost to ratepayers, should have attracted greater attention in 2003.

Splurge Or Save? Holiday Spending May Hinge On How You Voted

Splurge Or Save? Holiday Spending May Hinge On How You Voted

Nov. 23
By Associated Press

A divisive election that left half the country deflated and the other half rejuvenated could reverberate through the holiday shopping season in the kind of gifts people are giving or how much they spend.

Homeless Choir Singers In San Diego Find Healing Through Music

Homeless Choir Singers In San Diego Find Healing Through Music

Nov. 23
By Susan Murphy

“I thought, well, what a wonderful way to have a really wonderful, beautiful choir singing and sounding excellent and to be like, ‘Yes, and all of these people happen to not have a home.’”

San Diego Housing Crisis Forges New 'YIMBY' Alliance

San Diego Housing Crisis Forges New 'YIMBY' Alliance

Nov. 22
By Andrew Bowen

There's a growing consensus that the region's acute housing crisis is caused by a lack of new development. Environmentalists and the building industry now find themselves advocating for the same solution: density.

Authorities Look To San Diego Hotels For Help In Fight Against Sex ...

Authorities Look To San Diego Hotels For Help In Fight Against Sex Trafficking

Nov. 21
By Amita Sharma

Law enforcement agencies believe the region's hotels and motels can help battle the sex trade business by ensuring their staff are trained in detecting and responding to signs of trafficking.

San Diego County Unemployment Rate Climbs A Notch

San Diego County Unemployment Rate Climbs A Notch

Nov. 18
By City News Service

According to the latest numbers, 76,100 San Diegans were unemployed in October out of a civilian labor force of almost 1.6 million people. That's 8,000 more unemployed people than the month before.

In Job Growth, California And Other Blue States Outpaced Red States...

In Job Growth, California And Other Blue States Outpaced Red States In The Past Year

Nov. 18
By Associated Press

States that voted for Hillary Clinton in last week's presidential election reported stronger job growth in the previous year than states that supported Donald Trump, according to data released by the Labor Department.