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No Deal Yet To Raise San Diego Cop Pay

Dec. 22
By Tarryn Mento
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San Diego city officials and the police union had hoped for a deal by this month, but the talks will stretch into the new year. The city this month countered the union’s proposal, and the two sides won’t talk again until January.

Bringing Christmas Cheer To The Hospital

Dec. 22
By Kenny Goldberg
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Having a family member in the hospital can be a scary and stressful experience, especially during the Christmas holidays.

San Diego County Opening New Charging Stations For Electric Vehicles

Dec. 19
By City News Service
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Several charging stations for electric vehicles are set to go into operation Monday in the parking garage under the Waterfront Park at the County Administration Center.

Pilot Project Will Connect 'Rapid Bus' And Internet

Dec. 19
By Tom Fudge, City News Service
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The San Diego Association of Governments will spend $275,000 to test a wireless Internet service on three bus lines.

SDG&E Ending Ties To Rancho Bernardo Solar Company

Dec. 19
By Hoa Quach
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France-based Soitec came to San Diego in 2012 with the goal of providing solar energy to 60,000 households.

San Diego Could Be In For A Wetter Than Normal Winter

Dec. 19
By Erik Anderson
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Federal climate watchers said California is in for above average amounts of precipitation this winter.

3 Killed In Interstate 15 Car Crash

Dec. 19
By City News Service
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The crash near West Lilac Road in Fallbrook prompted the closure of the entire southbound side of the interstate.

San Diego County's Unemployment Rate Remains at 5.8 Percent

Dec. 19
By City News Service
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Around 94,000 San Diegans were unemployed in November out of a civilian labor force of 1.62 million.

7 San Diego Hospitals Penalized For Medical Mistakes

Dec. 19
By Kenny Goldberg
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The hospitals will have their Medicare payments cut by 1 percent through next September.

Judge Orders Release Of Pedophile To Jacumba Hot Springs

Dec. 19
By City News Service
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A judge Friday ordered the release of sexually violent predator Gary Snavely to a home in the rural East County community of Jacumba Hot Springs.