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Governor's Plan To Fix California's Housing Crisis Faces Big Challenges

Oct. 22
By John Carroll

California's governor made a lot of campaign promises regarding the state's housing crisis. A new report finds that a lot of those promises remain unfulfilled.

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Business Report: Will There Be A Brexit Deal?

Oct. 19
By Bennett Lacy, Erik Anderson

The impact of Brexit on the U.S. economy. The General Motors strike comes to an end. And some relief for gas prices in San Diego.

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San Diego Unemployment Falls Below 3% In September

Oct. 18
By City News Service

San Diego County's unadjusted unemployment rate fell again to 2.7% in September, according to data released Friday by the California Economic Development Department.

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San Diego's Fourth 'Bridge' Shelter Set To Open In November

Oct. 16
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

The San Diego City Council on Tuesday approved a contract with Alpha Project to run a fourth temporary homeless shelter at 17th Street and Imperial Avenue in downtown San Diego.

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Del Mar Still Working Out Plans To Deal With Rising Ocean

Oct. 16
By Erik Anderson

Del Mar and the California Coastal Commission take some extra time to work out a controversial local coastal plan.

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San Diego City Council Fails To Override Mayoral Veto On Inclusionary Regulations

Oct. 15
By City News Service

Only five council members voted to override the veto, with six votes needed to overturn it. Faulconer vetoed the amendments last month after the council held a second vote to ratify them.

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Business Report: The NBA And China

Oct. 11
By Bennett Lacy, Maya Trabulsi

The NBA tries to balance freedom of expression with its business interests in China. Plus, Macy's files a lawsuit over the future plans for Horton Plaza. And, Target partners with Toys R Us ahead of the holiday shopping season.

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Report: San Diego Needs $1.9B For Permanent Solutions To Homelessness

Oct. 11
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego's long-awaited plan to address homelessness recommends a surge in shelter beds and thousands of homes with subsidized rents and social services. The plan says its goals cannot be achieved without new taxes.

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Roundtable: Wildfire Risk Leaves California In The Dark

Oct. 11
By Bennett Lacy, Mark Sauer

Utility companies across the state enact preventative power outages amid an escalating risk for wildfires. San Diego State University negotiates with the city council over the purchase price for the Mission Valley stadium site. And, an analysis of crime data from the San Diego Police Department reveals a small percentage of vehicle break-ins result in arrests.

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San Diego Home Sales, Prices Fall In September

Oct. 10
By City News Service

Single-family home sales fell 14.3% from 2,094 in August to 1,795 in September while attached-property sales fell even more, 16.5% from 1,061 in August to 886 in September.

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