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SeaWorld Cuts Dozens Of Jobs At San Diego Park

SeaWorld Cuts Dozens Of Jobs At San Diego Park

Dec. 6
By City News Service

Sixty employees at SeaWorld San Diego were issued layoff notices Tuesday, part of a wide-ranging restructuring by its parent company, SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment.

Community College Students Face Housing, Food Insecurity

Community College Students Face Housing, Food Insecurity

Dec. 5
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

"Struggling to Survive, Striving to Succeed: Food and Housing Insecurities in the Community College" found that about a third of community college students face homelessness or housing insecurity, while 12 percent don't know where their next meal will come from.

Amid Lawsuit, San Diego Stem Cell Company Pushes Back On Proposed R...

Amid Lawsuit, San Diego Stem Cell Company Pushes Back On Proposed Regulations

Dec. 5
By David Wagner

La Jolla-based Stemgenex wants patients to have access to what the company calls "life-altering" stem cell treatments. But patients currently suing the company say they paid thousands of dollars for treatments that didn't work.

As Cold Nighttime Temperatures Set In, San Diego Homeless Need Blan...

As Cold Nighttime Temperatures Set In, San Diego Homeless Need Blankets, Jackets

Dec. 2
By Susan Murphy

Nearly 5,000 homeless people in San Diego County are sleeping outside on the streets. As cold and windy conditions loom over the weekend, there’s an urgent need for blankets and jackets to help those without shelter.

Roundtable: Gaspar, Issa Victorious; SANDAG's Big Loss; SDPD Traffi...

Roundtable: Gaspar, Issa Victorious; SANDAG's Big Loss; SDPD Traffic Stops; Downtown Homelessness

Dec. 2
By Pat Finn

Kristin Gaspar and Darrell Issa get some final answers. SANDAG's leadership is questioned; SDPD defends its traffic stops. And the number of downtown homeless keeps rising.

California State-Worker Union Cancels Monday Strike

California State-Worker Union Cancels Monday Strike

Dec. 2
By Associated Press

California's largest public-employee union on Friday canceled a planned one-day strike, averting a potentially disruptive protest that would have kept up to 95,000 state employees off the job.

USD Economic Indicator Index Remains Unchanged For October

USD Economic Indicator Index Remains Unchanged For October

Nov. 30
By City News Service

For the second month in a row, the University of San Diego Burhnam-Moores Center for Real Estate's Index of Leading Economic Indicators remained unchanged.

North County Cities Exploring Program To Sidestep SDG&E To Buy Energy

North County Cities Exploring Program To Sidestep SDG&E To Buy Energy

Nov. 30
By Claire Trageser

Solana Beach's vote this month to begin negotiations to set up community choice aggregation is one of several small steps North County cities are making toward the alternative energy program.

Orders Could Have Little Effect On Pipeline Protest Camp

Orders Could Have Little Effect On Pipeline Protest Camp

Nov. 30
By Associated Press

Government orders for protesters of the Dakota Access pipeline to leave federal land could have little immediate effect on the encampment where scores of people have been gathered for months to oppose the $3.8 billion project.

U.S. Home Prices Surpass Pre-Recession Peak Amid Healthy Sales

U.S. Home Prices Surpass Pre-Recession Peak Amid Healthy Sales

Nov. 29
By Associated Press

Steady job gains and low mortgage rates have encouraged more Americans to buy homes. Yet the supply of available properties has dwindled, setting off bidding wars and pushing up prices at a rapid pace.

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