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Activists Push For Environmental Justice In San Diego Neighborhoods

Oct. 22
By Erik Anderson

Environmental activists push for benefits to San Diego's low-income neighborhoods as the city advances plans to meet tough climate action plan goals.

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City Council Repeals Regulations On Vacation Rentals

Oct. 22
By City News Service

The San Diego City Council voted 8-1 today to repeal an ordinance that placed regulations on short-term renters using platforms like Airbnb and HomeAway.

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Business Report: Sears Files For Bankruptcy

Oct. 22
By Neiko Will, Susan Murphy

SDSU Marketing Professor and BottomLine Marketing founder Miro Copic has a roundup of this week's biggest business stories.

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Mega Millions Players Would Spend $1.6B On Bills, Charity

Oct. 22
By Associated Press

With the Mega Millions lottery jackpot at a record $1.6 billion, people are snapping up tickets across the U.S.

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Drivers Ed Helps Women Refugees Navigate Road To Self-Sufficiency

Oct. 18
By Tarryn Mento

Weekdays are a struggle for Abir Aldabbagh and her family. With four children attending different schools, Aldabbagh’s husband — the family's only licensed driver — juggles shuttling the kids to class with his job as a rideshare driver.

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Critics: San Diego International Airport Needs Local Transit Connections

Oct. 17
By Alison St John

The San Diego International Airport Authority is coming under fire for planning a major expansion of Terminal One, without planning better ways to get there by public transit.

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GOP Gubernatorial Candidate John Cox Blames California's 'Political Class' For Affordability Crisis

Oct. 16
By Amita Sharma

Cox said he would streamline regulations, end "frivolous litigation and lawsuits," and shorten the approval process to help resolve the state's housing crunch.

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Measure E Aims To Reshape San Diego's Mission Valley

Oct. 15
By Erik Anderson

Measure E asks city of San Diego voters to approve a massive redevelopment project in Mission Valley.

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Passage Of Measure G Would Allow San Diego State To Expand Into Mission Valley

Oct. 15
By Erik Anderson

SDSU boosters are promoting Measure G — SDSU West — to allow the university to buy a portion of the Mission Valley stadium site to build an auxiliary campus.

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Friday Business Report: Stock Market Tumbles

Oct. 12
By Ebone Monet, Kris Vera-Phillips

We take a look at what could be behind Wall Street's biggest weekly loss in six months in tonight's Friday Business Report.

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