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Hundreds Of Jobs At Stake As San Diego Unified Approves Budget Cuts

Hundreds Of Jobs At Stake As San Diego Unified Approves Budget Cuts

March 1
By City News Service

The San Diego Unified School District Board of Education Tuesday unanimously approved $124 million in budget cuts for the 2017- 2018 school year, which could mean layoffs for hundreds of district employees.

Lack Of Stable Funding May Cause Slowdown In San Diego Roadwork

Lack Of Stable Funding May Cause Slowdown In San Diego Roadwork

March 1
By Alison St John

Caltrans has 25 construction projects underway this year, but officials said spending on San Diego’s roads and public transit will slow in coming years without a more stable funding source.

Which San Diego Mushrooms Are Poisonous?

Which San Diego Mushrooms Are Poisonous?

March 1
By Claire Trageser

The heavy rainfall in San Diego County this winter has brought an unusual site: lots of mushrooms. Local experts are excited, but also warn that some are not safe to eat.

Federal Response To Cross-Border Sewage Spill Questioned

Federal Response To Cross-Border Sewage Spill Questioned

Feb. 28
By Erik Anderson

U.S. officials did not notify the public about a massive cross-border sewage spill even though they started making inquiries two weeks before the sewage stopped flowing.

Trump Sees 'New Chapter Of American Greatness' In Big Speech

Trump Sees 'New Chapter Of American Greatness' In Big Speech

Feb. 28
By Associated Press

Heralding a "new chapter of American greatness," President Donald Trump stood before Congress for the first time Tuesday night and issued a broad call for overhauling the nation's health care system, significantly boosting military spending and plunging $1 trillion into upgrading crumbling infrastructure.

San Diego Exceeds Annual Rainfall Average With Potentially Wet Marc...

San Diego Exceeds Annual Rainfall Average With Potentially Wet March Still Ahead

Feb. 28
By Susan Murphy

A storm on Monday unleashed record amounts of rain, causing flooding, downed trees, mudslides and power outages. Now, the region has exceeded its average rainfall for the year and the potentially wet month of March is still ahead.

Plane Crash Ignites Inferno In Riverside Neighborhood

Plane Crash Ignites Inferno In Riverside Neighborhood

Feb. 28
By Associated Press

Juan Cortes and his son were installing fencing when they saw a low-flying plane make an awkward tilt and go straight down into a quiet Southern California neighborhood of single-family homes. Moments later they and others were confronted with a horrifying inferno.

San Diego Mayor Faulconer Calls Threats To JCC 'Cowardly'

San Diego Mayor Faulconer Calls Threats To JCC 'Cowardly'

Feb. 28
By City News Service

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer tweeted the city will not tolerate "cowardly threats" made to Jewish community centers.

Otay Reservoir Spills Over Its Dam

Otay Reservoir Spills Over Its Dam

Feb. 28
By City News Service

The Lower Otay Reservoir spilled over its dam Tuesday for the first time in six years because of Monday's heavy rainfall.

San Diego County Republican Leader Discusses California’s GOP Strategy

San Diego County Republican Leader Discusses California’s GOP Strategy

Feb. 28
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Republicans make up just 26 percent of registered voters in California. And with a supermajority of Democrats in both houses in Sacramento, the GOP has its work cut out for it.

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