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How Long Does $1 Million Last In Retirement In San Diego?

How Long Does $1 Million Last In Retirement In San Diego?

Feb. 23
By Neiko Will

A new study looking at places to retire in the U.S. finds San Diego is not ideal due to high housing costs. But if you are willing to pay for the luxury America's finest city offers, or if you get creative, you can live out your golden years in style.

Gubernatorial Debate Takes Center Stage In San Diego

Gubernatorial Debate Takes Center Stage In San Diego

Feb. 23
By Jade Hindmon

Each candidate says they want a better future for California and each candidate has a different idea on how to achieve that.

San Diego Students Likely Won't Face Suspensions For Scho...

San Diego Students Likely Won't Face Suspensions For School Walkout Against Gun Violence

Feb. 23
By Megan Burks

Students are expected to walk out of school on March 14 for 17 minutes — one for each person killed in a school shooting in Florida this month.

Democratic Party Endorsement In The 49th Congressional Di...

Democratic Party Endorsement In The 49th Congressional District A Long Shot

Feb. 23
By Alison St John

Delegates at the California Democratic Party Convention in San Diego this weekend will decide whether to endorse candidates in the race to replace Darrell Issa in the 49th Congressional District. An endorsement could be key for Democrats to win one of the top two seats in the June primary, but an endorsement may not be forthcoming.

San Diego Homeless People To Earn $10 Per Hour Cleaning T...

San Diego Homeless People To Earn $10 Per Hour Cleaning Trash, Graffiti

Feb. 23
By Susan Murphy

The Alpha Project is launching a pilot program this week called Wheels for Change to pay homeless people $10 an hour to clean up neighborhoods around San Diego.

More Threats Prompt Heightened Police Patrols In San Dieg...

More Threats Prompt Heightened Police Patrols In San Diego Schools

Feb. 23
By City News Service

Unsubstantiated online threats against San Diego High School and an arts-oriented middle school in Paradise Hills led to heightened police patrols at the campuses Friday, continuing a disturbing trend in the aftermath of last week's deadly school shooting in Florida.

Nurses Throughout California Rally Against Supreme Court ...

Nurses Throughout California Rally Against Supreme Court Case

Feb. 23
By Kenny Goldberg

A case that organized labor fears could diminish their political clout will be heard in the Supreme Court next week.

California Democratic Party State Convention Kicks Off In...

California Democratic Party State Convention Kicks Off In San Diego

Feb. 23
By City News Service

The three-day California Democratic Party State Convention begins Friday at the San Diego Convention Center with a series of caucus meetings, workshops and panel discussions.

Southwestern College Opens New Building In National City ...

Southwestern College Opens New Building In National City For Medical Assistant Program

Feb. 23
By City News Service

Southwestern College Thursday opened a new building in National City for its medical assistant program.

School-Violence Threats Lead To Arrest, Heightened Campus...

School-Violence Threats Lead To Arrest, Heightened Campus Security

Feb. 23
By City News Service

Students and staffers at several San Diego-area intermediary and secondary schools went about their day amid heightened security Friday due to unsubstantiated threats of campus violence, one of which led to a teenager's arrest.

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