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Where Are The Women In San Diego’s Biotech Industry?

May 31
By Midday Edition

A new report shows that out of 44 publicly traded biotech companies in San Diego, only 1 has a female CEO.

San Diego County Economic Indicators Reach Highest Level In Decade

May 31
By City News Service

The University of San Diego Burnham-Moores Institute for Real Estate's Index of Leading Economic Indicators for San Diego County rose 0.4 percent in April — compared to the previous month — reaching its highest level in nearly a decade.

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California Counts: Foreclosures Ripple Even After Major Settlement

May 31
Devin Katayama / KQED

In her U.S. Senate campaign, Kamala Harris often mentions the $20 billion settlement her office negotiated with five of the largest mortgage lenders after the home foreclosure crisis. But the mortgage meltdown continues affecting homeowners to this day.

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Watchdog Makes Emails From California Utility Officials Public

May 30
By Amita Sharma

A searchable website contains more than 100,000 emails and other records that detail the California Public Utilities Commission's dealings with state utility companies over issues such as the shutdown of San Onofre.

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Updated San Diego Water Forecast Expects Supplies To Be Reduced

May 27
By Erik Anderson

San Diego County water managers are redrawing the county's long-term water supply picture, but some environmentalists say the picture isn't quite right.

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Report: As More People Visit Theme Parks, SeaWorld Attendance Drops

May 25
By City News Service

A new report says attendance at SeaWorld San Diego plunged 7 percent last year, a time when increasing numbers of people visited theme parks in the U.S. and abroad.

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Could San Diego Be The Next Silicon Valley?

May 25
By Midday Edition

The San Francisco Bay Area has long been viewed as the world’s tech mecca, but a vibrant tech scene seems to be emerging in San Diego.

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Few Women At The Top Of San Diego's Biotech Industry

May 25
By David Wagner

Out of 44 publicly traded life sciences companies based in San Diego, only one has a female CEO.

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Homeless People Find Overnight Shelter In Oceanside Beach Bathrooms

May 20
By Alison St John

The City of Oceanside recently invested about $2 million in new public bathrooms at the beach and upgraded bathrooms on the pier, a popular spot for fishermen, surfers, tourists, residents and the homeless.

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San Diego Researchers Could Receive Pay Raise

May 19
By David Wagner

Scientists in early stages of their careers could receive a substantial pay raise under new overtime rules. But it’s not yet clear UC San Diego postdocs will be affected.