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In this Dec. 1 photo, President Donald Trump an...

Business Report: A Busy Week For Trade Deals

Jan. 17
By Bennett Lacy

The U.S. and China agree to phase one of a new trade deal, Target announces its holiday sales were not as strong as expected, and women now outnumber men in the U.S. workforce.

Passengers arrive at Terminal 1 at the San Dieg...

Roundtable: San Diego Airport's Crowded Terminal 1 Due For $3B Makeover

Jan. 17
By Mark Sauer, Pat Finn

Terminal 1, the home to Southwest, Alaska and a few other carriers, is closer to a major makeover.

In this Friday, Nov. 13, 2009 file photo a cara...

Judge Halts California Labor Law As It Relates To Truckers

Jan. 16
Don Thompson / Associated Press

A federal judge is indefinitely blocking a new California labor law from applying to more than 70,000 independent truckers. He said Thursday that it is preempted by federal rules on interstate commerce.

One of the portraits that will be on display as...

Trafficking Victims Reclaim Their Stories In Photo Exhibit

Jan. 16
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

A photo exhibit opening Friday in San Diego not only literally puts a human face to the issue of human trafficking but also shows how former victimization does not define lives.

Volunteer Daniella Martinez, left, and Shane Sa...

A California Housing Crisis Mystery: Rents Are Way Up This Decade, But Eviction Filings Are Way Down

Jan. 16
Matt Levin / CALmatters

Despite a major run-up in rents, California landlords are using the courts far less frequently to remove tenants. What’s going on?

The construction site for an affordable senior ...

San Diego City Council Moves Forward On Affordable Housing Bond Measure

Jan. 14
By City News Service

On a 6-3 vote, the council approved a resolution clearing the way for its staff to craft a ballot measure and bring it back to the council for another vote in June. If approved again by two-thirds of the council, the bond issue would go before voters in November. It would also require approval from two-thirds of voters.

Preschool students at the Jeff and Deni Jacobs ...

Supporting Working Parents Can Boost Economy, Pair Of Studies Find

Jan. 13
By City News Service, Joe Hong

Two new reports found that child care options can be scarce for working parents in San Diego County. The good news is most employers want to help.

Lime employees gather scooters that were impoun...

Business Report: Lime Scooters Leave San Diego

Jan. 10
By Bennett Lacy

How the ongoing impeachment of President Donald Trump might delay action on the USMCA trade deal; Lime pulls its scooters out of San Diego; and the new television deal for the Mountain West conference.

A group of Lime scooters are parked in preparat...

Lime Scooter Company Is Leaving San Diego

Jan. 9
By Matt Hoffman

Lime announced Thursday it was ending operations in San Diego, one of a dozen markets the scooter company is leaving as it aims toward profitability in 2020.

A homeless encampment in Spring Valley on Janua...

Homeless Encampment In Spring Valley Shows Spread Of San Diego's Homeless Crisis

Jan. 7
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

A homeless encampment of more than fifteen tents is growing alongside a park in Spring Valley, a sign of San Diego’s worsening homeless crisis.

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