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Judge Says SDG&E Shouldn't Raise Rates To Cover Fire Costs

Judge Says SDG&E Shouldn't Raise Rates To Cover Fire Costs

Aug. 23
By Tom Fudge

The "proposed decision" says San Diego utility should not charge ratepayers for damages caused by 2007 fires.

Council Members Join Criticism Of San Diego Police Chief Selection ...

Council Members Join Criticism Of San Diego Police Chief Selection Plan

Aug. 23
By Andrew Bowen

Some San Diego City Council members have indicated they are unhappy with the plan to select a new police chief laid out Tuesday by Mayor Kevin Faulconer. The plan was immediately criticized by progressive advocacy groups as lacking transparency and inclusion.

San Diegans Have Two Weeks To Claim Tax Refund Money

San Diegans Have Two Weeks To Claim Tax Refund Money

Aug. 23
By City News Service

San Diegans have just over two weeks to claim part of $435,000 in refund money before it gets taken over by the county, officials said Wednesday.

California's Aid-In-Dying Law Prompting Doctor-Patient Conversations

California's Aid-In-Dying Law Prompting Doctor-Patient Conversations

Aug. 23
By Kenny Goldberg

Doctors say California's Right-to-Die law has prompted more patients to ask about end-of-life care.

San Diego-Based USS America Helps Search For Missing USS McCain Sai...

San Diego-Based USS America Helps Search For Missing USS McCain Sailors

Aug. 23
By City News Service

Two helicopters from the San Diego-based USS America Wednesday were combing a newly expanded search area in the South China Sea, where 10 sailors went missing when the USS John S. McCain collided with an oil tanker earlier this week, Navy officials said.

California Lawmakers Debate Later School Start Times

California Lawmakers Debate Later School Start Times

Aug. 23
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

SB 328 would prohibit middle and high schools from starting classes earlier than 8:30 in the morning. The bill is up for a vote Wednesday in the Assembly Appropriations Committee.

L.A. Times Owners Fire Top Editors In Staff Shakeup

L.A. Times Owners Fire Top Editors In Staff Shakeup

Aug. 23
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

The Los Angeles Times parent company, Tronc Inc., fired the newspaper’s editor-publisher Monday along with three other top editors, appointing a former Yahoo executive to lead the paper’s business operations.

5 California National Monuments Are Among 27 Up For Axing

5 California National Monuments Are Among 27 Up For Axing

Aug. 23
By Associated Press

Five California national monument areas may be axed or downsized by the Trump Administration on Thursday.

How Natural Gas Became The Dirty Fuel, At Least In Your Home

How Natural Gas Became The Dirty Fuel, At Least In Your Home

Aug. 23
By Ingrid Lobet / inewsource

Not long ago natural gas — the fuel that probably gave you your hot shower this morning — was hailed as the clean “bridge fuel,” the one that would create a safe transition for society from yesterday’s dirtier home fuels, coal and oil, to a fully renewable future.

Experts See 'Perfect Storm' Descending On San Diego Housing Crisis

Experts See 'Perfect Storm' Descending On San Diego Housing Crisis

Aug. 23
By Andrew Bowen

Thousands of homes set aside for low-income San Diegans are set to become market rate in the next five years, putting seniors, the disabled and working-class families at risk of homelessness.

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