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A 20-year lease renewal for Barrio Station, a nonprofit that serves youth in a disadvantaged area just south of downtown San Diego, was approved by the City Council.
The City Council finalized two legal settlements worth a total of $1.56 million with women who sued the city for personal injuries stemming from encounters with San Diego police officers.
Permit holders asked Judge Ronald Prager for a temporary restraining order to stop the Metropolitan Transit System from issuing new taxi cab permits.
Education policies in the region need to be updated to ensure there are qualified employees for the area's nearly 830 aerospace companies, according to the San Diego Workforce Partnership.
A contract for the stadium's long-standing concessionaire, Centerplate, expired in February. Centerplate received backlash late last year after its former CEO was caught on camera kicking a dog.
The city of San Diego will offer up to three paid sick days a year to its hourly employees, beginning July 1.
A brush fire charred open terrain but posed no structural threats and caused no reported injuries.
Two San Diego-based relief organizations are gearing up to provide assistance to the region.
The drivers and their counterparts in Los Angeles and Long Beach are on strike against the short haul transport companies for which they work.
Opponents of a controversial development in Carmel Valley collected enough referendum petition signatures to force the San Diego City Council to either rescind its approval of the project or put the issue to voters.
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