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Business Report: Climate Change And Corporate America

Jan. 24
By Bennett Lacy

Global business leaders focus on climate change at the World Economic Forum; a major partnership with San Diego and the U.S. Navy on a new transit hub moves forward; and the high demand for Super Bowl tickets.

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Measure A Would Dramatically Change How Rural Land Is Developed In San Diego County

Jan. 24
By Erik Anderson

San Diego County could see sweeping changes in its land-use rules for unincorporated areas if Measure A passes on the March ballot.

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San Diego County Works For Accurate Census Count

Jan. 23
By Erik Anderson

San Diego County officials are hoping for an accurate census tally in the region this year because federal funding hangs in the balance.

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City Council District 3 Candidates Differ In Approaches To Homelessness

Jan. 22
By Andrew Bowen

Whoever wins the race for San Diego City Council District 3 will represent some of the city’s most urban neighborhoods. The district includes downtown, Bankers Hill, Hillcrest, Mission Hills, North Park and Normal Heights, and is the epicenter of the local homelessness crisis.

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Father Joe’s Breaks Ground On Affordable Housing High Rise

Jan. 21
By Matt Hoffman

The $145-million downtown project built by Father Joe’s Villages is expected to take more than 550 people off the streets.

 In this Jan. 7, 2019, file photo, murder defen...

McStay Family's Killer Sentenced To Death

Jan. 21
By Associated Press

Charles “Chase” Merritt, 62, was sentenced to death Tuesday for killing a family of four and burying their bodies in the California desert. Merritt maintained his innocence.

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New 'Rocky Horror' Trades Glam For Leather

Jan. 21
By Beth Accomando

Before "Rocky Horror" was a picture show it was a stage musical in 1973 that paid homage to sci-fi and horror films with its sexy reimagining of the Frankenstein story. OB Playhouse is remounting its sold-out production of "The Rocky Horror Show" with a slightly different twist.

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Democratic Assemblyman Maienschein Faces A Challenger From His Former Party

Jan. 21
By Amita Sharma

Republican June Cutter says she entered the 77th Assembly District race, in part, because of Brian Maienschein's support for a bill that imposed tougher standards for use of force by police.

San Diego City Council District 7 candidates Mo...

San Diego's District 7 Race Features Four Political Newcomers

Jan. 21
By Claire Trageser

The primary field includes three Democrats and one Republican. Voter registration numbers favor the Democrats who hope to build on their 6-3 council majority.

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New Details Emerge On Investigation Of SDSU Student's Death

Jan. 20
By Joe Hong

A report from the San Diego Union-Tribune found that the police did not interview key potential witnesses to the death of Dylan Hernandez.

Gardeners at New Roots Community Farm in San Di...

AmeriCorps Members Honor MLK At City Heights' New Roots Community Farm

Jan. 20
By Ebone Monet

The micro farm, founded more than a decade ago by members of San Diego's refugee community, is situated on 54th Street in City Heights.

Aviation Boatswain’s Mate (Handling) Seaman Tyl...

USS Lincoln Arrives In San Diego After Record-Breaking Deployment

Jan. 20
By Steve Walsh

Carrier broke its own record for the longest deployment by a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, staying deployed 294 days before arriving in San Diego.

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One Republican, 2 Dems Vie For San Diego City Council District 5, Once A GOP Stronghold

Jan. 20
By Claire Trageser

Three major candidates, two Democrats and a Republican, are running in the March primary to replace termed-out Councilman Mark Kersey.

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

Business Report: A Busy Week For Trade Deals

Jan. 17
By Bennett Lacy, Maya Trabulsi

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.

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San Diego Preschools Will Benefit From Proposed State Budget

Jan. 17
By Joe Hong

San Diego preschools and child care centers have big expansion plans thanks to a surge in funding for early childhood education.

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