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San Diego Compost Haulers Have Short Window To Become Legal

San Diego Compost Haulers Have Short Window To Become Legal

Feb. 21
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego is opening up a special permitting program to businesses that want to collect organic waste and take it to small-scale composting facilities.

Mayors Seek $1.5 Billion From California To Help Homeless

Mayors Seek $1.5 Billion From California To Help Homeless

Feb. 21
By Associated Press

Mayors from California's largest cities are asking state lawmakers to provide $1.5 billion to help address what they say is a growing homeless crisis.

Port Of San Diego Invites Public To Give Input On Improvi...

Port Of San Diego Invites Public To Give Input On Improving City’s Waterfront

Feb. 21
By Matt Hoffman

The Port of San Diego is looking to ease transportation along the waterfront. They want to hear how people living, visiting and working near Harbor Drive think the area could be improved.

San Diego Housing Commission Opens Additional Shelter Spa...

San Diego Housing Commission Opens Additional Shelter Space Due To Cold Weather

Feb. 21
By City News Service

An additional 280 shelter beds will be available in downtown San Diego Wednesday and Thursday night due to the cold weather, the city Housing Commission announced Wednesday.

Construction Begins To Replace U.S.-Mexico Border Wall In...

Construction Begins To Replace U.S.-Mexico Border Wall In California

Feb. 21
By Associated Press

The federal government began work Wednesday on replacing border wall in California, the first wall contract awarded in the Trump administration outside of eight prototypes that were built last year in San Diego.

Supreme Court Rejects 2 Gun Rights Appeals

Supreme Court Rejects 2 Gun Rights Appeals

Feb. 21
By Associated Press

The Supreme Court is rejecting two challenges by guns rights groups to California laws regulating firearms' sales.

NPR's Kelly McEvers Talks War Reporting With San Diego St...

NPR's Kelly McEvers Talks War Reporting With San Diego Students

Feb. 21
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

McEvers wants students to think about why they want to risk their lives. "Do it for the right reasons," she said.

Gavin Newsom Says No Way He’s Running For President

Gavin Newsom Says No Way He’s Running For President

Feb. 21
Monica Lam, Scott Shafer/KQED

California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom said he wants California’s top job, but that he would pass on running for president. “With all due respect, ex-president sounds like a great job,” he said.

One Person Dead After Plane Crash In Kearny Mesa

One Person Dead After Plane Crash In Kearny Mesa

Feb. 21
By City News Service

The pilot and sole occupant of a small aircraft was killed this morning when the plane crashed in Kearny Mesa between Interstate 15 and Montgomery Field, authorities said.

Broadcom Is Adjusting Its Buyout Offer For Qualcomm

Broadcom Is Adjusting Its Buyout Offer For Qualcomm

Feb. 21
By Associated Press

Broadcom is adjusting its buyout offer for Qualcomm, a day after that chipmaker raised its bid for NXP Semiconductors to approximately $43.22 billion.

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