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San Diego Job Market Fueled By Demand For Skilled Workers

Feb. 5
By Susan Murphy
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In San Diego County, the number of people seeking work is declining and stands at 4.7 percent — down from a high of 11.1 percent five years ago.

San Diego Regional Chamber Of Commerce Extends Jerry Sanders' Contract

Feb. 4
By City News Service
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Jerry Sanders will continue to be president and CEO of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce through 2020.

A New Vision For The San Diego County Taxpayers Association

Feb. 4
Midday Edition
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Haney Hong, a small business owner and Navy Reservist, took over as president and CEO of the San Diego County Taxpayers Association.

San Diego County Economic Indicators Ended 2015 On Positive Note

Feb. 4
By City News Service
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Increases in residential building permits and an improving jobs picture boosted San Diego County's economy at the end of 2015, according to the University of San Diego Turnham-Moores Institute Index of Leading Economic Indicators.

Lawmaker Seeks To Dissolve California Utilities Regulator

Feb. 4
Midday Edition
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A Southern California lawmaker said Wednesday that he will seek to bypass Gov. Jerry Brown and ask voters to break apart the California Public Utilities Commission following allegations of wrongdoing.

Televangelist's Mission Valley Project Stalls At Planning Meeting

Feb. 3
By Andrew Bowen
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The Mission Valley Planning Group said it needed more details before it could vote on a plan by San Diego televangelist Morris Cerullo to build a missionary training center in Mission Valley.

San Diego County To Improve Services For Mentally Ill Homeless People

Feb. 2
Midday Edition
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"Project One For All's" aim is to create partnerships between providers of housing and mental health support.

Inside Look At People In The U.S. Illegally Working In Restaurant Industry

Feb. 3
By Lesley McClurg / Capital Public Radio
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Capital Public Radio's Lesley McClurg talks to Marcos, who entered the country illegally and worked his way up in a restaurant, and one of the owners of the restaurant he works for.

San Diego Architects Take Another Look At Solar

Feb. 3
By Tom Fudge
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Local architects are finding new ways to incorporate solar into homes and buildings.

San Diego's Image Problem With Big Tech

Feb. 2
Midday Edition
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When big tech companies like Google and Facebook are asked to consider locating offices in San Diego, they decline. Why? San Diego's workforce lacks the scientific, engineering and tech talent they need.

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