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San Diego Company Builds Machine Capable Of Printing Drugs Without ...

San Diego Company Builds Machine Capable Of Printing Drugs Without Human Help

May 31
By David Wagner

Scientists at La Jolla-based Synthetic Genomics call their new invention the "digital-to-biological converter," and they say one day it could quickly print life-saving vaccines and personalized drugs.

City Analyst Says San Diego Has Funds To Boost SDPD Overtime Pay

City Analyst Says San Diego Has Funds To Boost SDPD Overtime Pay

May 31
By City News Service

San Diego should have enough money in the upcoming fiscal year to boost spending on police officer staffing and support for area arts programs, the city's Independent Budget Analyst's office reported Wednesday.

Coastal Commission Met Privately With Edison A Year Before Public S...

Coastal Commission Met Privately With Edison A Year Before Public San Onofre Waste Storage Vote

May 30
By Amita Sharma

Documents reveal Edison representatives met with Coastal Commission staff at least three times and traded scores of emails more than a year ahead of a public vote on where to store radioactive waste from the shuttered nuclear plant.

Report: San Diego Mayor Met Privately With SoccerCity Investors

Report: San Diego Mayor Met Privately With SoccerCity Investors

May 29
By Alison St John, Marissa Cabrera

According to documents released by the mayor’s office, Kevin Faulconer met with SoccerCity developers more than two dozen times over the past year.

Sempra VP Surprises, Says 100 Percent Renewable Grid Is Possible Now

Sempra VP Surprises, Says 100 Percent Renewable Grid Is Possible Now

May 26
By Ingrid Lobet / inewsource

A vice president with Sempra Energy, one of the nation’s largest utilities, made a stunning admission to a roomful of gas and oil executives this week: there is no technical impediment to California getting all of its energy from renewables — now.

Affordable Housing Advocate Anne Wilson Named KPBS Community Hero

Affordable Housing Advocate Anne Wilson Named KPBS Community Hero

May 26
Linda Ball

The Community HousingWorks veteran sees affordable housing as a critical need in San Diego.

Southern California Summer Travel Expected To Be Robust

Southern California Summer Travel Expected To Be Robust

May 26
By Erik Anderson

The Southern California Automobile Club said more people are expected to travel this Memorial Day weekend than did a year ago.

Familiar Faces Vie For Seat On Powerful Port Of San Diego Board

Familiar Faces Vie For Seat On Powerful Port Of San Diego Board

May 25
By Brad Racino / inewsource

The departure of public relations executive Bob Nelson from the Port of San Diego’s board has sparked a rush to fill the spot at the powerful government agency.

San Diego Among Cities With Largest Population Growth

San Diego Among Cities With Largest Population Growth

May 25
By City News Service

San Diego added 15,715 residents between July 1, 2015, and June 30 of last year, the 10th largest numeric population increase in the country, the U.S. Census Bureau reported Thursday.

Solana Beach Becomes First In County To Opt For Alternative Energy ...

Solana Beach Becomes First In County To Opt For Alternative Energy Program

May 25
By Claire Trageser

The city of Solana Beach became the first in the county to move forward with a program that allows local governments to bypass San Diego Gas & Electric and buy their energy directly.