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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.

Real estate signs advertise the sale of three h...

Public Radio Program Sues To Uncover Secret Landlords Buying Up America's Cities

Jan. 7
By Jade Hindmon, Marissa Cabrera

The public radio program, "Reveal" from The Center for Investigative Reporting, filed a lawsuit against the Treasury Department in hopes of getting the identities behind shell companies that are buying up a large share of real estate across major cities in California, including San Diego.

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State Lawmakers To Again Consider Controversial Housing Bill

Jan. 7
By Andrew Bowen

Backers of Senate Bill 50 say it will tackle the state's dual crises of housing scarcity and climate change. Opponents claim it will push low-income residents out of their neighborhoods.

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Future Of San Diego's Community Planning Groups Uncertain

Jan. 6
By John Carroll, Maureen Cavanaugh

San Diego's 42 Community Planning Groups have operated in different ways from each other since they came about in the 70’s. Now, the city is attempting to standardize those operations.

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Business Report: Strong Economy Reflected In Holiday Sales

Jan. 3
By Priya Sridhar

This week in business: recap of holiday shopping, increase in California minimum wage and home constructions.

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Roundtable: Rise In Minimum Wage Impacts Workers, Businesses

Jan. 3
By Mark Sauer, Pat Finn

This week, the minimum wage rose $1 an hour in California, on a path to reach $15 an hour in 2023. The pay increase will impact workers and businesses and eventually consumers.

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San Diego City Council Considers $100 Million Proposal To Fix Sidewalks

Jan. 3
By Priya Sridhar

With a backlog of more than 81,000 sidewalk repair projects, the plan would make fixes within the next 10 years.

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What To Expect From California's Economy In 2020

Jan. 2
By Alison St John, Marissa Cabrera

California's economic growth is expected to slow in the new year but not as much as the rest of the nation. That's according to the latest economic forecast from the UCLA Anderson School.

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Get Behind The Wheel Of New Cars At The San Diego International Auto Show

Dec. 31, 2019
By Matt Hoffman

Starting Wednesday hundreds of the newest cars, trucks, SUVs and electric vehicles will be on display at the San Diego Convention Center.

Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego, spe...

Uber, Postmates Sue To Challenge California's New Labor Law

Dec. 31, 2019
Don Thompson / Associated Press

The lawsuit filed in court Monday argues that the law set to take effect Wednesday violates federal and state equal protection and due process guarantees.