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San Diego Fast-Food Workers Rally For $15 An Hour

Dec. 4
By Megan Burks
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McDonald's released a statement saying it supports fair pay and that franchise owners set the wages for most of its workers.

How San Diego Is Pitching In For NASA's Orion Test Flight

Dec. 3
By David Wagner
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San Diego engineers built crucial parts of NASA's spacecraft, and Navy ships stationed here will haul it ashore after it splashes down in the Pacific Ocean.

San Diego's Convention Center Due For Repairs, Safety Upgrade

Dec. 3
By Amita Sharma
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Critics charge some of the delayed fixes have risked public safety and raise questions over how to maintain the current building in addition to expanding.

San Diego Asking For Proposals For Permanent Homeless Shelter

Dec. 2
By City News Service
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The San Diego Housing Commission is asking organizations to submit proposals to operate a permanent facility with at least 350 beds, social services and 24-hour staffing. Forty percent of the beds would be reserved for veterans.

Poll: Californians Oppose Higher Taxes, Tuition To Pay For Colleges

Dec. 2
Associated Press
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The Public Policy Institute of California survey released Monday says 59 percent believe the higher education system is underfunded.

Rise In San Diego Home Prices Slows

Dec. 1
Midday Edition
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The rise in housing prices is slowing in San Diego. Does that mean it will be easier to buy a house next year?

San Diego Joins National Black Friday Protest At Local Walmart Stores

Nov. 28
By Erik Anderson, Tarryn Mento
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San Diego protesters join demonstrators and Walmart employees around the country calling for better pay and work schedules.

El Cajon Alpaca Farm Offers Black Friday Alternative

Nov. 28
By Jill Replogle
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A Simple Time farm's Black Friday sale prices on alpacas ranged from $250 to $4,000.

'Small Business Saturday' Keeps Money In The Local Economy

Nov. 28
Evening Edition
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The Saturday after Thanksgiving is celebrated as the day to buy local with pro-small-business campaign underway around the county.

Strong Holiday Shopping Season Projected For California

Nov. 28
Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio
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A Chapman University economist predicts a California sales growth of up to six percent this year — about a percent higher than last year.