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San Diego's General Fund To Increase By $14M

Feb. 25
By City News Service

A report on the budget will be delivered to the San Diego City Council's Budget Committee Wednesday.

'Short Term 12' Director Destin Cretton Speaks About Art Of Screenwriting

Feb. 25
Midday Edition
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San Diego writer-director Destin Cretton, now making feature films in Hollywood, speaks at Point Loma Nazarene University's Writer's Symposium By The Sea.

USS San Diego Returns After Seven-Month Voyage

Feb. 25
By City News Service
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Commissioned in May 2012, the San Diego sailed 26,000 nautical miles while its sailors and Marines helped with air strikes against Islamic State targets.

Report: San Diego Classrooms Lack Technology To Prepare Students For Future

Feb. 25
Midday Edition
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How are San Diego County schools addressing the technology needs of students? A University of San Diego report finds they are falling short.

San Diego To Consider Rules For Airbnb Hosts

Feb. 25
Midday Edition
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The city of San Diego recently sent 252 letters to Airbnb and other hosts telling them they owe taxes on the rooms they rent.

Flu Season Deaths In San Diego County Rises To 62

Feb. 25
By City News Service
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Eight more people died of influenza-related causes in the San Diego area last week, bringing the toll for this "flu season" to 62.

SeaWorld Cares For Endangered Sea Turtle Flown From Oregon

Feb. 25
By City News Service
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On Tuesday, the turtle was flown to San Diego to complete her rehabilitation in the hopes of returning her to the wild once completely healed.

Inglewood Celebrates Stadium Deal Backed By Rams Owner, Awaits NFL

Feb. 25
By Associated Press
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New urgency for Inglewood came to the issue last week with the announcement that the Oakland Raiders and the San Diego Chargers are planning a shared stadium in Carson if they don't get their current hometowns to cough up enough money to replace their aging stadiums.

California Has Highest Child Poverty Rate In Nation

Feb. 25
By Kenny Goldberg
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A new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation finds 27 percent of California children live in poverty.

Today’s Debt Is Tomorrow’s Burden In Some School Districts

Feb. 25
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource
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School districts in San Diego County and across California that use capital appreciation bonds saddle future generations with debt, sometimes at double-digit debt ratios.