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San Diego Studies How To Improve Immigrant Outreach

San Diego Studies How To Improve Immigrant Outreach

Feb. 6
By Alison St John, Michael Lipkin

A coalition of San Diego officials, business leaders, academics and immigrant rights groups are moving forward with plans to study how the city can improve immigrant integration.

Signs of Life Sprout Up In North Bay’s Burned Natural Lan...

Signs of Life Sprout Up In North Bay’s Burned Natural Landscapes

Feb. 6
Tiffany Camhi/KQED

A rejuvenation of the land brought out about a dozen “fire walk” hikers to open space near the Sonoma Ecology Center recently. This area, known to locals as the Valley of the Moon, burned in the wildfires last fall.

Stocks Repeatedly Sink And Recover As Wild Ride Continues

Stocks Repeatedly Sink And Recover As Wild Ride Continues

Feb. 6
By Associated Press

After big swings higher and lower, U.S. stocks are up slightly in afternoon trading Tuesday as investors look for calm after a global sell-off. The swings came one day after the steepest drop in 6 ½ years.

San Diego Jewish Film Festival Begins Thursday, Closes Fe...

San Diego Jewish Film Festival Begins Thursday, Closes Feb. 18 With 'Jungle'

Feb. 6
By Beth Accomando

The San Diego Jewish Film Festival opens Feb. 8 with a documentary on Sammy Davis, Jr., "I Gotta Be Me" and closes with Greg McLean's "Jungle," about the true story of a young Israeli man's adventure in the Bolivian jungle.

San Diego State Might Tap Taxpayer Funds To Expand Into M...

San Diego State Might Tap Taxpayer Funds To Expand Into Mission Valley

Feb. 6
By Erik Anderson

San Diego State University’s vision to reshape part of Mission Valley into an auxiliary campus is being touted as a $3 billion plan that will not use taxpayer dollars. But the prohibition on public funding is not an ironclad directive.

Public Has Chance To Weigh In On Palomar Airport 20-Year ...

Public Has Chance To Weigh In On Palomar Airport 20-Year Master Plan

Feb. 5
By Alison St John and Libby Denkmann

Residents who live around McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad have about six weeks to comment on a master plan that will guide the regional airport’s growth over the next 20 years. Some residents are concerned about the proposal to lengthen the runway.

A Central Valley Farming Tycoon Seemed To Weather The Dro...

A Central Valley Farming Tycoon Seemed To Weather The Drought. But How Did He Do It?

Feb. 5
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

A new profile of Stewart Resnick in California Sunday Magazine shows he kept his Kern County empire wet in part with an “off-the-books” pipeline.

Dry, Warm Start To Winter Saps Rocky Mountain Snowpack

Dry, Warm Start To Winter Saps Rocky Mountain Snowpack

Feb. 5
Luke Runyon

Parts of the West are currently experiencing one of the driest and warmest winters on record. Snowpack is far below normal levels in southern Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and California, leaving some to worry about this year’s water supply.

City Council To Hear Public Feedback On New Police Chief ...

City Council To Hear Public Feedback On New Police Chief Appointment

Feb. 2
By City News Service

Residents will be able to offer feedback on the appointment of David Nisleit as the city's next top cop during two City Council meetings later this month, council President Myrtle Cole announced Friday.

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Super Bowl Alternatives

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Super Bowl Alternatives

Feb. 2
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Nina Garin

It’s Super Bowl weekend, but what if you're not watching the game? Here are some options for other activities happening Sunday.