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Is there light at the end of the SDPD staffing problem? – The San Diego Union-Tribune

January 19, 2018 4:00:54 am | 0 Comments

San Diego city and police officials are hoping Mark Stroud is the future of the SDPD. They’re not anticipating he’ll be chief one day, or even a top-ranking member of the department, though there’s nothing saying he couldn’t become either of those things. What they see in the return of the 31-year-old patrol officer is…

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San Diego Weekend Guide: Jan. 19-21 – Times of San Diego

January 18, 2018 11:05:00 pm | 0 Comments

Share This Article: Run away to the circus or watch monster trucks pound each other or feast on good food, it’s all here in this week’s weekend guide. ConDor Sci-Fi Convention Sci-fi geeks, this convention is all for you. ConDor, the premiere science fiction and fantasy convention in San Diego, is back this weekend at…

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Pilots Maneuver Past USD In Stunning Fashion – NBC 7 San Diego

January 18, 2018 10:57:00 pm | 0 Comments

On paper, the University of San Diego should have dominated Portland Thursday night. The Pilots entered 0-6 in league play and had lost 22 straight conference games. Too bad USD can’t get a mulligan after this one. USD struggled to settle into its offense all night and Portland eked out an unlikely 55-49 road win…

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Woman Found Dumped in Encanto Canyon Was Pregnant at Time … – NBC 7 San Diego

January 18, 2018 10:23:00 pm | 0 Comments

A San Diego man accused of stabbing and killing a pregnant woman and dumping her body in an Encanto canyon pleaded not guilty to murder charges in court Thursday. According to investigators, the suspect – Napoleon Joel Lange, 23 – and the victim, Lavaughn Rawshanda Nicole Williams, 29, were “acquainted,” though the status of their…

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San Diegans Coping with Rising Rental Costs – NBC 7 San Diego

January 18, 2018 7:30:58 pm | 0 Comments

Rent prices in San Diego are rising at a higher rate than most of the country, with the North County seeing some of the highest rents in the county. A new survey by RentCafe.com shows rent in San Diego is up 5.5 percent from last year. The average in Carlsbad is even higher, with an…

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San Diego City Councilmember Georgette Gómez Voted Chair of MTS Board – Times of San Diego

January 18, 2018 6:02:37 pm | 0 Comments

Share This Article: Georgette Gomez at Golden Hall prior to her election victory in November 2016. Photo by Chris Stone San Diego City Councilmember Georgette Gómez will chair the Metropolitan Transit System board for two years following a unanimous vote by its directors on Thursday. Gómez takes over from Harry Mathis, who held the post…

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Is still expanding local economy headed for a slowdown? – The San Diego Union-Tribune

January 18, 2018 4:30:31 pm | 0 Comments

Even as San Diego’s still healthy economy enters its eighth year of growth, local economists say they are increasingly wary of a coming slowdown, possibly as early as next year or in 2020. In a wide-ranging economic roundtable hosted Thursday by the University of San Diego School of Business, two of the panelists raised the…

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Green Flash Cuts 15% of Workforce, Scales Back Distribution – NBC 7 San Diego

January 18, 2018 3:01:39 pm | 0 Comments

San Diego’s Green Flash Brewing Co. announced Thursday plans to scale back distribution across 32 states in the U.S., leading to layoffs for 15 percent of the company’s workforce. The craft brewery, which is headquartered in Mira Mesa, talked about the company’s strategic changes in a message posted on Facebook. “The craft beer market is…

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A Look At San Diego's Economy For 2018 – KPBS

January 18, 2018 1:17:24 pm | 0 Comments

Credit: Milan Kovacevic Above: The San Diego skyline pictured in this undated photo. The 34th Annual San Diego County Economic Roundtable kicks off Thursday at the University of San Diego. Sarah Burns is director of research and evaluation for the San Diego Workforce Partnership. She spoke with KPBS Evening Edition anchor Ebone Monet about job…

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Agency Uncovering Lost Military Remains Updates San Diego Families – KPBS

January 18, 2018 11:38:46 am | 0 Comments

Photo by Department of Defense Above: A Vietnamese worker assists the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency in Nghe An province, Vietnam, Nov. 17, 2017. The Department of Defense will meet with families of missing service members this weekend in San Diego. Nearly 300 people are expected at the San Diego Marriott Mission Valley Saturday, from 9…

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