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Californians Say Climate Change Effects Already Seen

Californians Say Climate Change Effects Already Seen

Jan. 11
By Tom Fudge

A new Public Policy Institute of California poll shows nearly two thirds of Californians believe the effects of global warming are already apparent.

Callaway Golf Acquires Ogio International For $75.5M

Callaway Golf Acquires Ogio International For $75.5M

Jan. 11
By City News Service

Carlsbad-based Callaway Golf Co. announced Wednesday that it acquired sports bag maker Ogio International for $75.5 million.

Chargers Fate Soon To Be Known

Chargers Fate Soon To Be Known

Jan. 10
By Erik Anderson

Whether the Chargers will remain in San Diego could be discussed by football owners during a meeting in New York City on Wednesday.

San Diego-Based Illumina Says The $100 Genome Is Only A Few Years A...

San Diego-Based Illumina Says The $100 Genome Is Only A Few Years Away

Jan. 10
By David Wagner

Genetic sequencing company Illumina says within three to 10 years, their new machines will bring down the baseline cost of sequencing a human genome from about $1,000 to $100.

San Diego Home Sales Drop As Inventory Shrinks

San Diego Home Sales Drop As Inventory Shrinks

Jan. 10
By City News Service

The number of residential real estate sales in the region plummeted last month in the face of shrinking inventories, the San Diego Association of Realtors reported Monday.

12,000 UC Staffers Stage 1-Day Walk-Out

12,000 UC Staffers Stage 1-Day Walk-Out

Jan. 10
By City News Service

Around 12,000 University of California administrative, clerical and support staff in San Diego and throughout the state are scheduled to stage a one-day walkout on Tuesday.

California Regulators Get An Earful In Escondido

California Regulators Get An Earful In Escondido

Jan. 9
By Erik Anderson

SDG&E is trying to convince state regulators that extreme wildfire conditions are the reason the 2007 wildfires killed two people, burned nearly 200,000 acres and destroyed more than 1,300 structures.

Gas Price Protesters Gather In Solidarity At Mexican Consulate In S...

Gas Price Protesters Gather In Solidarity At Mexican Consulate In San Diego

Jan. 9
By KPBS , Associated Press

Protesters gathered in front of the Mexican Consulate in San Diego Monday, in a show of solidarity with people in Mexico who are protesting a recent 20 percent hike in gasoline prices.

SDG&E Seeks $379 Million From Ratepayers In 2007 Wildfire Costs

SDG&E Seeks $379 Million From Ratepayers In 2007 Wildfire Costs

Jan. 9
By Susan Murphy

The public will have an opportunity on Monday to weigh in on SDG&E's request to recover $379 million in costs from the 2007 wildfires. It is the utility's second attempt to pass on hundreds of millions of dollars stemming from the fires to its ratepayers.

Report Calls For Improvements To San Diego's 'Smart Growth' Policies

Report Calls For Improvements To San Diego's 'Smart Growth' Policies

Jan. 9
By Andrew Bowen

A study by the nonprofit Circulate San Diego has found the city needs broad changes to its development code to better encourage transit-oriented development.