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National Relief Group Finds San Diego Office Violated Policies In H...

National Relief Group Finds San Diego Office Violated Policies In Housing Refugees

Sept. 6
By Tarryn Mento

The International Rescue Committee began investigating its San Diego office after a series of KPBS reports on refugees who said they were told to sign leases that did not list all family members in their homes.

In Wake Of Equifax Breach, What To Do To Safeguard Your Info

In Wake Of Equifax Breach, What To Do To Safeguard Your Info

Sept. 8
By Associated Press

Investors were bailing out on Equifax a day after the credit monitoring company said a data breach exposed the Social Security numbers and other personal data of 143 million Americans.

Rising Homes Prices In San Diego Stall

Rising Homes Prices In San Diego Stall

Sept. 7
By City News Service

The trend of increasing prices and lower sales totals for single-family homes in the region stalled last month, according to data released Thursday by the San Diego Association of Realtors.

Helen Woodward Animal Center Backs Plan To House San Diego's Homele...

Helen Woodward Animal Center Backs Plan To House San Diego's Homeless In Large Tents

Sept. 7
By City News Service

The Helen Woodward Animal Center is the latest organization to get behind a plan to erect two large tents in San Diego to house the homeless, organizers Peter Seidler and Dan Shea announced Thursday.

Oceanside Strips Canyon Of Vegetation To Deter Homeless Encampments

Oceanside Strips Canyon Of Vegetation To Deter Homeless Encampments

Sept. 7
By Alison St John

Homeless encampments are reappearing in an Oceanside canyon that was partially stripped of trees to discourage overnight camping.

Seed To Sale: How Will San Diego Treat The Cannabis 'Supply Chain?'

Seed To Sale: How Will San Diego Treat The Cannabis 'Supply Chain?'

Sept. 6
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego officials are weighing how to regulate marijuana cultivation, manufacturing, distribution and testing. There could be millions of dollars in tax revenue and economic output at stake.

Protesters March For Workers' Rights In Downtown San Diego On Labor...

Protesters March For Workers' Rights In Downtown San Diego On Labor Day

Sept. 4
By City News Service

Hundreds of protesters, including local politicians, marched through downtown San Diego Monday to call for more rights for workers as part of a Labor Day demonstration.

San Diego Councilman Calls For Homeless State Of Emergency; Mayor C...

San Diego Councilman Calls For Homeless State Of Emergency; Mayor Calls On County To Respond

Sept. 1
By City News Service

An adviser to San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer said Councilman David Alvarez's call Thursday for a declaration of a state of emergency in the city due to a shortage of homeless shelters and an associated health crisis caused by an outbreak of Hepatisis A is not needed.

Housing Votes Delayed At California Capitol

Housing Votes Delayed At California Capitol

Sept. 1
Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

The California Legislature will not vote on a package of housing bills Friday after all.

California Predicted To Set Power Demand Record

California Predicted To Set Power Demand Record

Sept. 1
By Associated Press

The operators of California's power grid are forecasting record electrical demand of 50,950 megawatts on Friday as the state swelters in record-breaking heat.