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Encinitas Farm Teaches Students About Threatened Monarch Butterfly

Encinitas Farm Teaches Students About Threatened Monarch Butterfly

Oct. 19
By Erik Anderson

An Encinitas butterfly farm hosted a group of school children Thursday, hoping to teach the young people about the threatened Monarch butterfly.

San Diego Arts Mean Business

San Diego Arts Mean Business

Oct. 18
By Alison St John

A report completed this summer reveals arts and culture is a billion-dollar industry in San Diego.

2007 Wildfires: Losing Their Homes Changed Their Lives

2007 Wildfires: Losing Their Homes Changed Their Lives

Oct. 18
By Alison St John

The wildfires that tore through San Diego County 10 years ago this week destroyed an estimated 1,600 homes. Two couples who lost everything when their homes burned to the ground talk about how the experience changed them.

Palomar College Breaks Ground On New North Education Complex

Palomar College Breaks Ground On New North Education Complex

Oct. 13
By Alison St John

Palomar Community College in San Marcos broke ground Friday on a new campus. It’s at the northeast corner of the intersection of Interstate 15 and the newly-widened state Route 76, where developers have already started to build about 2,000 new homes.

Democrats Vie To Take On Republican Congressman Issa

Democrats Vie To Take On Republican Congressman Issa

Oct. 17
By Alison St John

Republican Congressman Darrell Issa has more cash on hand than any of his Democratic challengers in the 49th congressional district race. But the three Democrats running to unseat him are in a fierce battle to raise their campaign war chests.

Solana Beach Votes On Next Step Toward Community Choice Energy

Solana Beach Votes On Next Step Toward Community Choice Energy

Oct. 11
By Alison St John

The Solana Beach City Council votes Wednesday night on whether to move into the next phase of preparing for Community Choice Energy.

Oceanside Council Extends Mayor Wood's Medical Leave

Oceanside Council Extends Mayor Wood's Medical Leave

Oct. 5
By Alison St John

Oceanside city council has agreed to Mayor Jim Wood’s request for another extension to his leave of absence, to give him more time to recover from a stroke suffered last May.

San Marcos Residents Incomes Rising Fast, But Most Work Out Of Town

San Marcos Residents Incomes Rising Fast, But Most Work Out Of Town

Oct. 3
By Alison St John

San Marcos appears in a national study this week as a city with one of the highest median income growth rates in the United States.

Oceanside's Ailing Mayor Requests A Third Leave Of Absence

Oceanside's Ailing Mayor Requests A Third Leave Of Absence

Oct. 2
By Alison St John

Oceanside Mayor Jim Wood has written to the city council asking for an additional two months leave of absence. Wood has been gone since May when he suffered his forth stroke.

Carlsbad Bans Commercial Marijuana Ahead of Recreational Pot Sales

Carlsbad Bans Commercial Marijuana Ahead of Recreational Pot Sales

Oct. 2
By Matt Hoffman

Beginning January 1, 2018, marijuana sales for recreational use will become legal in California, but not in Carlsbad.

North County Cities Grappling With Marijuana Regulations

North County Cities Grappling With Marijuana Regulations

Sept. 28
By Alison St John

Two North County cities hold final public workshops Thursday night on how to regulate marijuana, which becomes legal next year.

San Marcos Struggles With Changing Development Realities

San Marcos Struggles With Changing Development Realities

Sept. 21
By Alison St John

San Marcos residents are grappling with major changes proposed for the future of their urban core: plans for the Creek District call for far fewer shops, less retail and denser housing.

Tiny Homes In San Diego Face Big Hurdles

Tiny Homes In San Diego Face Big Hurdles

Sept. 21
By Alison St John

A planned “tiny homes” community in San Diego's North County has turned out to be a costly failure, and California is not making it easy for those who aspire to live in tiny houses.

Carlsbad Testing New Police Ranger Program

Carlsbad Testing New Police Ranger Program

Sept. 19
By Matt Hoffman

Go to a beach, park or hiking trail in Carlsbad, and you might notice two new rangers out on patrol. But they are not your average ranger.

Edison Proceeds With Plans To Bury Nuclear Waste At San Onofre Site

Edison Proceeds With Plans To Bury Nuclear Waste At San Onofre Site

Sept. 18
By Alison St John

Southern California Edison officials said the company will start burying spent nuclear fuel from the now-closed San Onofre nuclear power plant by the end of this year.

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