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City Council Approves Steps To Alleviate Affordable Housing Shortage

City Council Approves Steps To Alleviate Affordable Housing Shortage

July 25
By City News Service

The City Council Monday approved a series of steps intended to alleviate the critical affordable housing shortage in San Diego, including easing regulations on construction of auxiliary units or "granny flats."

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City Council To Honor A San Diego Marine Hero, A Scientist

July 25
By City News Service

Sgt. Rafael Peralta and renowned scientist Walter Munk are scheduled to be honored by the San Diego City Council Tuesday.

San Diego Nonprofit Gets Big Grant To Use Food Truck To Teach Culin...

San Diego Nonprofit Gets Big Grant To Use Food Truck To Teach Culinary, Business Skills

July 25
By Claire Trageser

Paving Great Futures, a nonprofit that teaches people culinary and business skills, has received a $25,000 grant from the international charity Chef Works Cares.

Mexican Border Reporters Under New Stress In State Of Tamaulipas

Mexican Border Reporters Under New Stress In State Of Tamaulipas

July 25
Lorne Matalon / Marfa Public Radio

In April, the Mexican military killed the leader of a major organized crime cartel in Tamaulipas — setting off a wave of crime that reporters are struggling to chronicle without being targeted themselves.

San Diego Regional Bike Counters Up For Adoption

San Diego Regional Bike Counters Up For Adoption

July 25
By Andrew Bowen

Dozens of devices across San Diego County have been gathering data on cycling activity for the past five years. But the bike counters have not been consistently maintained, and some have gone more than a year with dead batteries.

More Than 100 Lightning Strikes Recorded In San Diego County

More Than 100 Lightning Strikes Recorded In San Diego County

July 24
By City News Service

An influx of warm monsoonal atmosphere brought some summertime rain and thunderstorms to the San Diego area Monday.

SoccerCity Developers Ask MLS To Delay Expansion Announcement

SoccerCity Developers Ask MLS To Delay Expansion Announcement

July 24
By City News Service

The group behind the stalled SoccerCity remake of the Qualcomm Stadium property in Mission Valley announced Monday that they will try to get Major League Soccer to delay announcement of its expansion franchises until after San Diegans can vote on the project in November 2018.

San Diego Blood Bank Gets Record Number Of Donations At Comic-Con

San Diego Blood Bank Gets Record Number Of Donations At Comic-Con

July 24
By City News Service

More than 1,800 units of blood were collected during the four days of Comic-Con International, the San Diego Blood Bank announced Monday.

DA: Hackers Penetrated Voter Registrations In 2016 Through State’s ...

DA: Hackers Penetrated Voter Registrations In 2016 Through State’s Election Site

July 24
John Sepulvado/KQED

Hackers successfully penetrated state-run online voter registration systems in 2016, triggering confusion and heated exchanges between voters, poll workers and poll watchers during California’s June 7 primary, Riverside County District Attorney Michael Hestrin said Friday.

'The Martian' Novelist Andy Weir On The Importance Of Getting Scien...

'The Martian' Novelist Andy Weir On The Importance Of Getting Science Right

July 24
By David Wagner, Michael Lipkin

The science in "The Martian" is so realistic it is being used as a high school science textbook, teaching students about chemistry and physics.

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