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Teachers And District At Stalemate In National City Over ...

Teachers And District At Stalemate In National City Over Millions In Untapped Funds

Feb. 16
By Megan Burks

Nearly 60 percent of National City teachers surveyed said they don’t have the materials they need to implement Common Core standards.

San Diego Attorney's Office Orders 10 Gun Owners To Surre...

San Diego Attorney's Office Orders 10 Gun Owners To Surrender Firearms

Feb. 16
By City News Service

Ten San Diego gun owners have been ordered to surrender their firearms after courts determined they were at risk of harming themselves or others as part of an effort launched in January by the City Attorney's Office to obtain such restraining orders.

It's Not The Apocalypse, It's Another SpaceX Rocket Launch

It's Not The Apocalypse, It's Another SpaceX Rocket Launch

Feb. 16
By KPBS News

SpaceX is launching a rocket Sunday from the Vandenberg Air Force Base near Santa Barbara. The Falcon 9 is scheduled to lift off at 6:16 a.m.

Qualcomm Board Says Broadcom Takeover Deal Is Too Low

Qualcomm Board Says Broadcom Takeover Deal Is Too Low

Feb. 16
By City News Service

The Qualcomm board believes the per-share price offered by Broadcom in its $121 billion takeover deal of the San Diego company is too low and it is concerned about whether the deal would survive antitrust scrutiny, Qualcomm Chairman Paul Jacobs wrote Friday.

Trump Policy Spotlights San Diego's Nuclear Past

Trump Policy Spotlights San Diego's Nuclear Past

Feb. 16
By Steve Walsh

The latest Nuclear Posture Review seeks to bring back types of weapons mothballed after the Cold War, raising speculation over whether that ultimately means a return of nuclear weapons to San Diego.

New Border Patrol Policy Shortens Visiting Time For Divid...

New Border Patrol Policy Shortens Visiting Time For Divided Families At Friendship Park

Feb. 15
By City News Service

The amount of time that family members separated by the U.S.-Mexico border are allowed to spend at Friendship Park has been limited by a Border Patrol policy announced this week.

SDSU West Secures Enough Signatures To Appear On Ballot

SDSU West Secures Enough Signatures To Appear On Ballot

Feb. 15
By City News Service

More than 100,000 signatures from supporters of a proposed ballot initiative that would pave the way for San Diego State University to acquire the SDCCU Stadium property for campus expansion were certified by the city clerk, paving the way for the measure to appear on an upcoming ballot, organizers announced Thursday.

City To Expedite Audit To Answer Why Hundreds Of San Dieg...

City To Expedite Audit To Answer Why Hundreds Of San Diego Water Bills Are So High

Feb. 15
By KPBS News

The audit of the city utilities department's water billing procedures is being fast-tracked and expanded, Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced Thursday, as officials seek more answers about how 343 residents were overcharged by as much as $420 due to one employee's misreading of water meters.

Encinitas Hopes To Increase Housing Stock With Granny Flats

Encinitas Hopes To Increase Housing Stock With Granny Flats

Feb. 15
By Alison St John

The city has approved an ordinance making it easier for residents to build granny flats.

City To Host Workshop For Water Customers Who Were Overch...

City To Host Workshop For Water Customers Who Were Overcharged

Feb. 15
By City News Service

The city utilities department is hosting a workshop Thursday to help out water customers who believe they were overcharged due to meter misreading.

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