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High Unemployment, Low Wages Drive Growing Homeless Population In I...

High Unemployment, Low Wages Drive Growing Homeless Population In Imperial County

May 11
By Susan Murphy

Countywide, nearly 1,100 homeless people were tallied during the annual count taken in January, up from 380 homeless people counted last year.

Holtec Applies For Permit To Store San Onofre's Nuclear Waste In Ne...

Holtec Applies For Permit To Store San Onofre's Nuclear Waste In New Mexico

May 11
By Alison St John

The nuclear waste stored at San Onofre may eventually move to New Mexico. Southern California Edison’s Community Engagement Panel meets Thursday night in Laguna Hills to focus on the latest developments in interim storage options for nuclear waste.

Drivers Encounter Rising Traffic Jams Crossing Border Into Mexico

Drivers Encounter Rising Traffic Jams Crossing Border Into Mexico

May 10
By Jean Guerrero

Crossing the border into the U.S. at the San Ysidro Port of Entry can take several hours in a car. Now, border crossers say southbound wait times can be as bad as northbound waits — or worse.

Study: SoccerCity Development Would Create Millions In Tax Revenues

Study: SoccerCity Development Would Create Millions In Tax Revenues

May 9
By City News Service, Erik Anderson

The SoccerCity development proposed for the Qualcomm Stadium site in Mission Valley would generate millions of dollars in taxes to help the San Diego Unified School District and the city and county of San Diego, according to a study released Tuesday.

Ousted Labor Leader Mickey Kasparian To Form New Union Coalition

Ousted Labor Leader Mickey Kasparian To Form New Union Coalition

May 9
By City News Service, Ebone Monet

The recently ousted president of the San Diego and Imperial Counties Labor Council announced Tuesday he was forming a new coalition and taking some of the unions with him.

Report: California Does Not Know If Its Business Tax Breaks Work

Report: California Does Not Know If Its Business Tax Breaks Work

May 8
By Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

California does a poor job tracking the impact of billions of dollars in tax breaks and credits it provides to businesses each year, according to a new national study.

For Many San Diegans, Food Stamp Challenge Lasts More Than A Week

For Many San Diegans, Food Stamp Challenge Lasts More Than A Week

May 8
By Claire Trageser

All this week, San Diegans will be attempting to live on a food budget of $4.18 a day, as part of the #CalFreshChallenge.

Economist Questions California's Highway Funding Viability

Economist Questions California's Highway Funding Viability

May 5
By Erik Anderson

A California economist said the recently approved highway funding bill does little to solve the state's long-term highway repair issues.

California Lawmakers Vow To Thwart New Offshore Oil Drilling

California Lawmakers Vow To Thwart New Offshore Oil Drilling

May 1
By Associated Press

California lawmakers are introducing legislation that would thwart President Donald Trump's attempts to expand offshore drilling.

Apple Ceases iPhone Payments To Qualcomm, Escalating Feud

Apple Ceases iPhone Payments To Qualcomm, Escalating Feud

April 28
By Associated Press

Apple is refusing to pay any royalties owed to mobile chip maker Qualcomm for some of the features in the iPhone, escalating a patent feud that has turned the former business partners into bitter adversaries