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More Than Half Of San Diego County Renters Are Burdened By Housing Costs

Jan. 3
By Jill Castellano / inewsource

San Diego County is one of the least affordable places to live in America, and renters know it.

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Your Money: Personal Finance Resolutions For 2019

Jan. 2
By Brooke Ruth, Jade Hindmon

Personal finance goals are not one-size-fits-all. What personal finance resolutions should you make for 2019?

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Nonprofit Brings Cheap Laptops To San Diego's Low-Income Families

Dec. 27, 2018
By Tarryn Mento

The San Diego Futures Foundation sells refurbished computers to residents that make under a certain amount each year to help address a gap in access.

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What's In Store For San Diego's Economy In 2019?

Dec. 26, 2018
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

San Diego's economy remained strong in 2018 but there are signs it could be slowing come January 1.

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Business Report: Stocks Sink, Again

Dec. 21, 2018
By Kris Vera-Phillips, Priya Sridhar

The week in business news looks at the downward slide of stocks, the possible sale of Jack in the Box, and record breaking online shopping this holiday season.

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San Diego Unified School District Data Breach Affects More Than 500K

Dec. 21, 2018
By City News Service

San Diego Unified School District students and faculty may have had their personal data breached between January 2018 and Nov. 1, 2018, the district announced Friday.

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California's Minimum Wage Will Increase Jan. 1

Dec. 19, 2018
Bob Moffitt / Capital Public Radio

Companies with 26 people or workers will see California's minimum wage increase by a dollar, to $12 an hour, on January 1 of the new year.

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After Years As Youth Volunteer, City Heights Activist Hired To Lead Others

Dec. 17, 2018
By Tarryn Mento

The newest community organizer at the nonprofit Mid-City Community Advocacy Network has a long history of pushing for change in her neighborhood and now hopes to inspire others.

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Affordable Housing At The Fairgrounds? The City Of Del Mar Is Looking Into It

Dec. 17, 2018
By Matt Hoffman

The city of Del Mar is working with the Del Mar Fairgrounds to explore the possibility of creating low-income housing on the state-owned property.

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Business Report: San Diego Sees Rosy Apple Outlook

Dec. 14, 2018
By Ebone Monet, Kris Vera-Phillips

Apple expands to San Diego, holiday shoppers search for discounts and women lead the charge at the box office.