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Unemployment Creeps Up To 3.6% In San Diego County

Aug. 16
By City News Service

San Diego County's non-seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose to 3.6% in July, the second consecutive month with an increase, according to data released Friday by the California Economic Development Department.

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Business Report: Stock Markets Flux Following New Signs Of Recession

Aug. 16
By Ebone Monet

This week in business: stock markets flux after new signs of recession appear, most Americans live paycheck to paycheck, and a new report puts San Diego in third for highest inflation rate in the nation.

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Climate Advocates Rally Outside Congressman Scott Peters' San Diego Office

Aug. 16
By Matt Hoffman

Dozens called on the Democratic Congressman Friday to support the Green New Deal — a plan to slash the nation’s carbon emissions.

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Effort Underway To Ensure Every Californian Is Counted In The Census

Aug. 16
By John Carroll

California is spending $187 million to make sure every Californian is counted in the 2020 census.

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Hidden In Plain Sight: California Illegal Pot Market Booming

Aug. 16
Michael R. Blood / Associated Press

California kicked off broad legal sales in 2018. But hefty tax rates and illicit sales have been blamed for slower than expected activity in the new licensed market.

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California Bill Updates Transgender Students' School Records

Aug. 16
By Associated Press

The measure they sent to Gov. Gavin Newsom is intended to particularly help transgender graduates or those who identify themselves as having no gender, said Democratic Assemblyman David Chiu of San Francisco.

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Cybersecurity Concerns Emerge As San Diego Becomes A 'Smart City'

Aug. 16
By Shalina Chatlani

The city has already installed around 3,000 intelligent streetlights that can record people passing by. That has some residents and cyber security experts concerned.

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Roundtable: SDG&E Wants A Minimum Rate Hike

Aug. 16
By Bennett Lacy, Mark Sauer

SDG&E requests a rate increase due to growing use of solar energy, documents show how a building renovation at SDSU was mishandled, and the San Diego Zoo Safari Park says the birth of a new rhino will help save an endangered species.

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California Leads Latest Lawsuit Over Trump Immigration Rule

Aug. 16
Don Thompson / Associated Press

Nearly half of Americans would be considered a burden if the same standards were applied to U.S. citizens, said California Attorney General Xavier Becerra.

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Holiday Bowl To Feature Pac-12, ACC Teams Beginning In 2020

Aug. 16
By City News Service

The game's current six-year contracts with the Pac-12 and Big Ten conferences are set to run out after the 2019 college football season, leading to the change for next year's game. Teams from the Pac-12 and ACC will meet for at least six years in San Diego's annual bowl game. In past year's the game has also featured teams from the Western Athletic Conference and Big 12.

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