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Fallbrook Deli Owner Chooses To Temporarily Close Business Due To COVID-19 Exposure

July 23
By Tania Thorne

Although there are no mandated guidelines, the owner of Dominick’s Sandwiches and Italian Delicatessen in Fallbrook temporarily closed his deli due to a COVID-19 exposure.

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Roundtable: Comic-Con Weekend Moves Online Once Again

July 23
By Bennett Lacy

Comic-Con returns with another virtual convention due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of California system implements a new series of tuition increases, and the environmental cost of electric car batteries.

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California Makes Change To Pay Unemployment Benefits Faster

July 23
By Associated Press

California has changed how it will pay unemployment benefits. The Employment Development Department said it will continue to pay some people even while it investigates their eligibility.

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EPA Close To Picking Cross-Border Sewage Fix, But Help Remains Far Off

July 23
By Erik Anderson

Federal money has been set aside to fix the cross border sewage flows fouling local beaches, but that solution remains a long way off.

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Compliance Checks For Outdoor Business Operations In San Diego Set For August 2

July 22
By City News Service

San Diego will begin temporary outdoor business operation compliance visits on Aug. 2, allowing business owners additional time to make required changes, it was announced Thursday.

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San Diego Councilman And Senator Secure $1.5 Million For 'Bridge For Max'

July 22
By City News Service, John Carroll

City Councilman Raul Campillo on Thursday announced $1.5 million in state funding for the "Bridge for Max" initiative to construct a pedestrian and bicycle bridge at the San Diego River Trail Crossing where a 21-year-old man drowned.

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University Of California Regents Approve Rare Tuition Hike

July 22
Janie Har / Associated Press

University of California regents have approved a multiyear plan to raise tuition and fees at the system’s 10 campuses.

San Diego Convention Center on Jan. 14, 2020.

San Diego Convention Center To Reopen For Events On August 1

July 21
By City News Service

The San Diego Convention Center will reopen for events on Aug. 1, following more than 15 months of serving as an emergency shelter for homeless San Diegans and as a housing facility for unaccompanied children asylum seekers, officials said Wednesday.

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Median San Diego Home Price Hits New Record: $750,000

July 21
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

An extremely low inventory of homes for sale and low mortgage rates are two big factors driving prices up, but so is migration from buyers moving to San Diego from even higher-priced housing markets in California.

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San Diego Leaders Highlight Projects Boosted By State Budget Funding

July 21
By City News Service

San Diego leaders highlighted some major projects and programs Wednesday that will receive millions of dollars from California's $262.6 billion budget, which Gov. Gavin Newsom signed last week.