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Judge Allows California High-Speed Rail Project To Proceed

Judge Allows California High-Speed Rail Project To Proceed

April 26
By Associated Press

A California judge allowed the state's bullet train project to go forward Wednesday but delayed a final ruling on a legal challenge asserting the state is not keeping its promises to voters.

10 Years After Housing Crash, Families Finally Make It On ‘Dream St...

10 Years After Housing Crash, Families Finally Make It On ‘Dream Street’

April 26
Steven Cuevas / KQED

Augie Cortez and his wife, Blanca, bought a little slice of the American Dream about 17 years ago in Bloomington, a working-class community in San Bernardino about 50 miles east of Los Angeles.

Advocate Wages Social Media Campaign Against San Diego's Homeless E...

Advocate Wages Social Media Campaign Against San Diego's Homeless Enforcement

April 26
By Susan Murphy

Homelessness is swelling in downtown San Diego, and some of the 1,300 people sleeping in tents on city sidewalks are finding themselves on the wrong side of the law.

More Sales And Higher Prices Hit SoCal Housing Market In March

More Sales And Higher Prices Hit SoCal Housing Market In March

April 25
By Tom Fudge

Real estate tracker Core Logic reports Southern California last month had the highest number of sales, for the month of March, in 10 years.

San Diego County Sees 39 Percent Increase In Homeless Youth

San Diego County Sees 39 Percent Increase In Homeless Youth

April 25
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

The number of homeless teens and young adults in the county increased 39 percent between 2016 and 2017, according to the point-in-time count that was conducted in January.

Run A Biz Near El Cajon Boulevard? The City Is Stopping By To Hear ...

Run A Biz Near El Cajon Boulevard? The City Is Stopping By To Hear Your Concerns

April 24
By Tarryn Mento

Staff from the city of San Diego's Economic Development Department will join volunteers this week to visit Mid City businesses.

Count Shows Unsheltered Homeless Growing In North County

Count Shows Unsheltered Homeless Growing In North County

April 20
By Alison St John

This year’s annual count shows North County’s share of the region’s homeless population has remained about the same: 23 percent. But the number of unsheltered homeless has increased.

Familiar Conflicts Surround Linda Vista Trolley Development Plans

Familiar Conflicts Surround Linda Vista Trolley Development Plans

April 20
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego planners are crafting a vision for the development of land alongside future trolley stops in Linda Vista. Nearby residents are wary of taller buildings with higher-density housing.

People Sleeping On Streets In San Diego County Increases 14 Percent

People Sleeping On Streets In San Diego County Increases 14 Percent

April 20
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh, Susan Murphy

San Diego County's homeless count in January found that 9,116 people were living in shelters or on the streets. That's a five percent increase countywide as compared to the previous year.

San Diego Encourages Public To Check For Unclaimed Funds

San Diego Encourages Public To Check For Unclaimed Funds

April 19
By City News Service

The city of San Diego is holding around $764,000 in unclaimed funds and invited the public Wednesday to check online to see if any of the cash belongs to them.

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