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SANDAG Tax Measure Commits To Early 'Priority' Projects

June 24
By Andrew Bowen

The county's transportation planning agency made some last-minute changes to a November ballot measure that would raise the sales tax by a half cent. The latest version commits to early funding for priority projects, including a new trolley line.

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Gov. Brown Declares State Of Emergency As Central California Fire Leaves Two Dead

June 24
By Associated Press

A wildfire that has destroyed 80 homes and killed two people has prompted Gov. Jerry Brown to declare a state of emergency in Central California.

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San Diego Should Meet Energy Needs This Summer

June 24
By Matt Hoffman, City News Service

Sufficient electricity supplies have been secured to meet the energy needs of the San Diego region this summer, officials announced Friday.

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San Diego Brits, Officials React To Brexit Vote

June 24
By KPBS News, City News Service

As British expatriates in San Diego express dismay and support for the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union, local port officials say they're "committed to keeping trade with Europe viable."

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Horton Plaza's Nordstrom Store To Close

June 24
By City News Service

The department store has operated there for 31 years — ever since Horton Plaza opened as part of a major redevelopment effort that revived San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter.

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Roundtable: Downtown Rocks, Poway School Problems, One Paseo's Second Chance

June 24
By Midday Edition

Turns out, the residents of Sherman Heights didn't request those jagged rocks after all. Poway Unified has placed its superintendent on leave and is looking for a new one. And One Paseo gets a second chance.

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San Diego Pride Festival To Have Metal Detectors For First Time

June 24
By KPBS News

Next month's San Diego Pride Festival in Balboa Park will have tighter security than in years past in the wake of the June 12 mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.

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Is San Diego The Next Silicon Valley? No, Say Many Local Startup Workers

June 24
By David Wagner

If you follow news about local startups, you’ve probably heard this a lot lately: San Diego is the next Silicon Valley. Really?

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San Diego Electric Bills To Rise

June 23
By City News Service

Electric bills in San Diego and Orange counties will rise about 1 percent after the California Public Utilities Commission on Thursday approved a rate structure for San Diego Gas & Electric for 2016-18.

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Another Guilty Plea In 'Fat Leonard' Navy Bribery Scandal

June 23
By City News Service

A former Defense Department supervisor pleaded guilty on Thursday in San Diego federal court to charges he accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes from defense contractor Glenn "Fat Leonard" Francis.

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