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San Diego Approves Changes For Car Share Service

Aug. 17
By Steve Walsh
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Working under a pilot program since 2011, the City Council approved changes to the municipal code designed to help the electric car sharing company car2go to operate in San Diego.

Turf Replacement Rebate Pays Out For Rancho Santa Fe Residents

Aug. 17
Midday Edition
Evening Edition
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A program put in place by the Metropolitan Water District to help owners replace their lawns during the drought - ran out of money. We look at what's next.

San Diego Resident Says Turf Rebate Program Was A Breeze

Aug. 17
By Claire Trageser
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San Diego put $1.2 million into the program for fiscal 2016, which began July 1. All of that money was gone in one day, after 600 people applied.

Legislators Will Introduce Bill To Help Students Caught In Limbo After Exit Exam Cancelled

Aug. 14
By City News Service
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State education officials canceled the final exit exam, which was scheduled last month, because the Legislature is considering a bill to suspend the test as a graduation requirement for at least three years. That decision left students who had been accepted to college, but hadn't passed the exam, in limbo.

Mayor Remains In Contact With NFL Executives Over San Diego Stadium Idea

Aug. 14
By City News Service
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Kevin Faulconer spoke to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Eric Grubman, the league's executive vice president tasked with relocating one or more franchises to Los Angeles.

Funds Remain Unclaimed At San Diego County

Aug. 14
By City News Service
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Response to a call to owners of money held by the county of San Diego has been slow, and the deadline to claim the funds is approaching.

Roundtable: Edison-Mitsubishi Fight; Stadium Financing; Formidable Drug Prices

Aug. 14
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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Southern California Edison vs. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries over who's to blame for San Onofre. The city's stadium financing plan may (or may not) be moot. And new life-saving drugs are available, but cost as much as a house.

California Coastal Commission Rejects Harbor Island Hotel Proposal

Aug. 14
By City News Service

The commissioners voted 9-2 to deny an amendment to the Port of San Diego's master land use plan, which was one of numerous items taken up during the second of three days of meetings in Chula Vista.

Baja California's Judicial Reform Celebration Comes To Tijuana

Aug. 13
By Jean Guerrero
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State officials, industry leaders and legal experts convened in Tijuana to celebrate five years since Mexicali adopted an oral trial system. Mexico must do so nationwide by next summer.

Gov. Brown Commends San Diego On Water Conservation

Aug. 11
Midday Edition
By David Wagner
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Gov. Jerry Brown came to San Diego Tuesday to commend local leaders on hitting state-mandated water cuts in recent months.

San Diego Protesters Demand 'No' Vote On Free Trade Pact

Aug. 11
By Matthew Bowler
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A group of protesters called on Representatives Susan Davis and Scott Peters to explain their stances on a proposed free trade pact.

Proposed Carson Stadium Could Be Ready By 2019

Aug. 11
Midday Edition
By City News Service
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The former football executive who is spearheading efforts by the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders to jointly build a stadium in Carson said that both teams are "committed" to Los Angeles.

Gov. Jerry Brown Signs Bill Removing 'Alien' From Law

Aug. 11
By Associated Press
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The bill will remove the term "alien" from the California labor code to describe foreign-born workers.

City Releases New Stadium Financing Proposal, Renderings, EIR

Aug. 10
By City News Service
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The city and county of San Diego would pay $350 million combined under a financing proposal unveiled Monday for a new football stadium in Mission Valley, or about one-third of the total construction cost.

Cost Of Maintaining Qualcomm Stadium Could Total $282 Million

Aug. 7
By City News Service
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Keeping aging Qualcomm Stadium operating over the next 20 years could cost the city of San Diego at least $259 million, and possibly as much as $282 million.