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Family Business Celebrates 45 Years As 'A Little Bit Of The Country...

Family Business Celebrates 45 Years As 'A Little Bit Of The Country' In The City

Nov. 17
By Tarryn Mento

San Diego is one of the largest cities in the nation, but in the City Heights neighborhood, there’s a family-owned business that’s resisted urbanization for decades.

San Diego Advances 'Community Choice Energy' Business Plan

San Diego Advances 'Community Choice Energy' Business Plan

Nov. 17
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego is moving forward with a business plan for a community choice energy program. Environmentalists who support the program and skeptics are both claiming victory.

Escondido Students Step Into Shoes Of Teachers, Museum Curators

Escondido Students Step Into Shoes Of Teachers, Museum Curators

Nov. 17
By Megan Burks

Do you know it well enough to teach it? That’s the question a unique partnership with the San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum is posing to sophomores at Del Lago Academy.

San Diego Unemployment Drops To 3.7 Percent

San Diego Unemployment Drops To 3.7 Percent

Nov. 17
By City News Service

The unemployment rate in San Diego County dropped to 3.7 percent last month from 4.1 percent in September, according to state figures released Friday.

Roundtable: A Closer Look At The Border Wall

Roundtable: A Closer Look At The Border Wall

Nov. 17
By Bennett Lacy, Mark Sauer

The call for a new border wall between the U.S. and Mexico stretching from California through Texas has been covered by media the world over. But an investigation by KPBS and inewsource reveals new details about the history of the current wall.

San Diego Nursing Homes To Pay $6.9 million In Fraud Allegation Set...

San Diego Nursing Homes To Pay $6.9 million In Fraud Allegation Settlement

Nov. 17
By City News Service

The owner of four San Diego-area nursing homes has agreed to pay as much as $6.9 million to resolve civil allegations that their employees paid kickbacks for patient referrals and submitted fraudulent bills to government health-care programs, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced today.

3-Day Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Walk Kicks Off In Del Mar

3-Day Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Walk Kicks Off In Del Mar

Nov. 17
By City News Service

Walkers this year will begin their journey at the fairgrounds at 6:30 a.m. and continue to Torrey Pines State Beach, La Jolla Cove and through Bird Rock before spending tonight at Crown Point Shores on Mission Bay.

Class-Action Lawsuit Filed Against City Of San Diego Alleges Mistre...

Class-Action Lawsuit Filed Against City Of San Diego Alleges Mistreatment Of Homeless Living In RVs

Nov. 16
By Matt Hoffman

Disability Rights California is representing nine named clients, as well as hundreds of others who claim the city of San Diego's parking laws unfairly target them.

Indigenous Woman Gets San Diego Support For Mexico Presidential Run

Indigenous Woman Gets San Diego Support For Mexico Presidential Run

Nov. 16
By Jean Guerrero

Maria de Jesus Patricio Martinez, known as Marichuy, could be the first indigenous woman listed on Mexico's presidential ballot if she gets enough signatures.

California Smokers' Helpline Marks 25th Anniversary

California Smokers' Helpline Marks 25th Anniversary

Nov. 16
By Kenny Goldberg

A San Diego-based toll-free phone line designed to help smokers kick the habit is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

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