Statistics show crime decreased in San Diego

Statistics show crime decreased in San Diego

SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Violent crime in San Diego County decreased by 1 percent and property crimes by 13 percent in the first six months of this year, compared to the same period in 2013, according to...

Rewrite the Charter No. Two, the City Attorney

Rewrite the Charter No. Two, the City Attorney

Former City Attorney Mike Aguirre was right.

Running strong with Paul Greer: Post-marathon workouts

Running strong with Paul Greer: Post-marathon workouts

Post marathon recovery is one very important aspect of training that's frequently overlooked. Very often the effects of recovery leave runners feeling mentally and physically flat for weeks.

City Council members propose mandatory water restrictions

City Council members propose mandatory water restrictions

SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Two City Council members proposed on Monday that San Diego's voluntary water use restrictions -- like cutting back on watering the lawn -- be made mandatory.

  • Statistics show crime decreased in San Diego

    Statistics show crime decreased in San Diego

  • Rewrite the Charter No. Two, the City Attorney

    Rewrite the Charter No. Two, the City Attorney

  • Running strong with Paul Greer: Post-marathon workouts

    Running strong with Paul Greer: Post-marathon workouts

  • City Council members propose mandatory water restrictions

    City Council members propose mandatory water restrictions

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September 26, 2014

Software tracking healthcare for homeless to go before City Council

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SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Three major social services agencies would get a computer software system to track care for San Diego's homeless under a $400,000 plan to be considered by the City Council next week.
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Sep 25, 2014

Compromise reached between San Diego Housing Commission and Jobs Coalition

SAN DIEGO (CNS) - An agreement between a business group and the San Diego Housing Commission on the controversial increase of a fee on commercial development to pay for affordable housing projects…
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Sep 23, 2014

City Council approves more signature-gathering time for recall elections, among other decisions

SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A City Council committee Monday approved allowing more time to gather signatures for a recall election and widening the window during which a special election would be held.
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Sep 17, 2014

Encinitas candidates field audience questions at Cardiff forum

Tuesday evening's forum between all five Encinitas mayoral candidates and four city council contenders gave voters a chance to survey who they think might best lead the city for the next few years.

COMMUNITIES

Sep 30, 2014

Hip and historic North Park

A dozen decades shown through rare, vintage photographs
Sep 30, 2014

15 California community colleges granted four-year degree programs

SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A newly enacted pilot program in which 15 community colleges will be authorized to award four-year degrees is ''a game changer'' that will allow California to meet its workforce needs in the years…
Sep 30, 2014

Community titan Jerry Fazio announces plans to retire

After 35 years with the Boys & Girls Clubs of East County, Jerry Fazio has announced his retirement.
Sep 25, 2014

Emotions fly over fate of small Encinitas farm

The fate of small Encinitas farm drew scores of neighbors and supporters to Encinitas City Hall Wednesday night—and may serve as a catalyst as to how or if urban farming should be regulated within the city.
Sep 25, 2014

Planners absorb details on proposed conversion of vacated Cabrillo Hospital into an international language school

Transforming a former hospital into an international language school topped the agenda for the Midway Community Planning Group on Sept. 17, along with plans for a new SDG&E substation near the airport.
Sep 24, 2014

‘Megadorm’ will stay

They did everything they could to stop it, but neighbors in the Rolando area southeast of San Diego State will have to live with BLVD63, a new 332-unit luxury apartment complex on El Cajon Boulevard.

FITNESS & LIFESTYLE

Running strong with Paul Greer: Post-marathon workouts

Running strong with Paul Greer: Post-marathon workouts

Night owls can get fit, too

Night owls can get fit, too

Running Strong with Paul Greer: Water works to keep your body running smoothly!

Running Strong with Paul Greer: Water works to keep your body running smoothly!

Smart kids are healthy kids

Smart kids are healthy kids

Seven exercises that will keep your workout from working

Seven exercises that will keep your workout from working

Seven ways to crave less sugar

Seven ways to crave less sugar

Slow down your meals, slow down weight gain

Slow down your meals, slow down weight gain

Summer vacation health and fitness tips

Summer vacation health and fitness tips

Getting fit will impress your boss

Getting fit will impress your boss

Five flat ab secrets — guaranteed!

Five flat ab secrets — guaranteed!

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BUSINESS & FINANCE

September 30, 2014

Bumpy rides thinning wallets

in Business and Finance by Dave Schwab, writing for Uptown News
Transit agency warns of unseen costs caused by San Diego roads
Sep 30, 2014

Governor signs bill enabling community colleges to award four-year degrees

Gov. Jerry Brown on Sunday signed into law a historic measure that for the first time enables a limited number of California community colleges to offer four-year degrees.
Sep 30, 2014

President of Slovak Republic tours San Diego, learns about economy

SAN DIEGO (CNS) - The president of the Slovak Republic, Andej Kiska, toured San Diego on Monday to learn about the local high-tech economy and met with Mayor Kevin Faulconer for about 45 minutes.
Sep 25, 2014

San Diego residents affected by wildfire may qualify for refund

SAN DIEGO (CNS) - San Diego County residents who suffered damages in the May wildfires might be able to generate a quick refund by applying their losses to their 2013 taxes, the state Franchise Tax…

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NY Gov Cuomo gives a billion $ to get a start-up company to move there -- the press loves it -- or ignores it

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California's 2014 sky-high electricity rates -- it's gotten even worse

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While I'm not adding this detailed residential electricity cost analysis to my "Breaking Bad: CA vs. the Other States" fact sheet (this analysis is a hard item to condense into one sentence), it's a situation my…

In 2014, billionaires are giving more to Democrats than Republicans

Sep 18, 2014
The left has zeroed in on the evil billionaire Koch brothers as the twin devils incarnate. It's been a largely successful campaign, thanks largely to the complicity of the liberal media.

Rewrite the Charter No. Two, the City Attorney

Sep 10, 2014
Former City Attorney Mike Aguirre was right.

GOP Lt. Governor candidate risks alienating much of California with his dogmatic war against marijuana

Aug 20, 2014
I've been a registered Republican for less than 10% of my life. For 35 years I was a registered Libertarian and active in the party. While my views never changed, in 2011 I decided to join the GOP as a more effective…

Scores of CA school bonds this November — to pay for educational materials, not capital costs

Aug 18, 2014
Heads up! This November there will be scores of new local school bonds on the ballot in California, each raising property taxes. We have seven such bonds in just San Diego County alone. But this year most of the…

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Resigning Attorney General hailed by some, critized by others

Sep 25, 2014
SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Resigning Attorney General Eric Holder was hailed Thursday by President Barack Obama for doing a ''superb'' job, but a conservative San Diego-area congressman blasted him as an overly political and…

Gov. Brown files appeal supporting California teacher unions

Sep 22, 2014
In a legal battle between California students and the unions that protect their teachers, Gov. Jerry Brown is siding with the unions.

California legislators put water bond to the voters

Sep 22, 2014
California legislators have provided the state's voters with the chance to decide whether the decision to pass a 7.5 billion dollar bond to repair California's decrepit water system was a wise choice or not.

California water bond heading to November ballot

Aug 27, 2014
California has been in a drought for quite some time. Gov. Jerry Brown officially declared the state's drought to be in a "State of Emergency" back in January, predicating 2014 as California's driest year on record.…

Prop 49 no longer on November ballot

Aug 24, 2014
On November 4, California voters will not see the legislature's Proposition 49 on the ballot. The Supreme Court halted its passage on August 11, the Court voting 5-1, the day the Secretary of State's Voter Information…

Record number of Latino voters expected at Nov. 4 election

Aug 01, 2014
In California, a record number of Latino voter turnouts are expected at the November 4 general election. According to the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO), 2.4 million Latino…