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San Diego Minimum Wage Increase To Go On June 2016 Ballot

San Diego Minimum Wage Increase To Go On June 2016 Ballot

The City Council voted unanimously Monday to put the increase on the June 2016 ballot.

Carmel Valley Mixed-Use Project Heads To City Council

Oct. 21
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Carmel Valley Mixed-Use Project Heads To City Council

Developers call their planned mixed-used development in Carmel Valley "smart growth," but some community members say it's not a good fit for the neighborhood.

San Diego Writer Jim Ruland Discusses New Novel, 'Forest of Fortune'

Oct. 21
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San Diego Writer Jim Ruland Discusses New Novel, 'Forest of Fortune'

"Forest of Fortune" by Jim Ruland follows the lives of three people who are haunted by their past and desperate to turn their luck around at an Indian-owned casino in a remote region of Southern ...

Pros And Cons Of California's Prop. 47

Oct. 20
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Former San Diego Police Chief William Lansdowne is co-author of Proposition 47, which would reduce some non-violent felonies to misdemeanors. But others in law enforcement have concerns about "unintended consequences" of the measure.

Peters, DeMaio Trade Barbs In Latest TV Ads

Oct. 20
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There has been a lot of spending on advertising in the race to represent the 52nd Congressional District. We take a look at some of that advertising and the messages it's sending.

Roundtable Looks At Props 45 & 46, SDPD Body Cameras, Minimum Wage Reboot

Oct. 17
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

Props 45 and 46 are either unfair and will cost consumers big bucks or will save consumers money and level the medical playing field, depending on which side you're on. About 300 San Diego cops are now wearing body cameras. And the San Diego Chamber of Commerce trumps City Council on minimum wage.

San Diego Author's 'Full Measure' Explores Devastation Of War, Wildfire

Oct. 16
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We speak to Fallbrook resident and award-winning mystery writer T. Jefferson Parker about his first literary novel called, "Full Measure," which is set in San Diego County.

San Diego Approves First Medical Marijuana Dispensary License

Oct. 15
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Under new zoning regulations, up to four medical marijuana collectives can exist in eight of nine City Council districts.

SDSU Professor Selecting 'Tweeters' To Spread Emergency Messages

Oct. 14
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Ming-Hsiang Tsou, an SDSU geography professor, is compiling a list of 1,000 influential Twitter accounts based in San Diego, so emergency messages about evacuations, road closures and the like can be spread faster or targeted more closely to certain locations.

Shaken Or Stirred? A Look At the Science Behind Cocktails

Oct. 15
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An event at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center this week explores the science behind your favorite cocktail.

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