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Once-overlooked properties are now the center of the action as developers build up instead of out.

Faced with a crushing backlog of long-delayed repairs to streets, roads and buildings, San Diego Interim Mayor Todd Gloria on Thursday will unveil a proposed list of $120 million worth of projects to be funded by an infrastructure bond that the City Council will consider in January.

(AP) -- Architecture plans show a new house Mitt Romney is building in Utah is not only spacious and luxurious, but also a little mysterious.

John Kratzer demonstrated that Petco Park was more than just a ballpark, and if San Diego wants to keep its football team, he said it should do the same for the Chargers facility.

Over the next two months, members of the San Diego City Council will conduct a series of meetings to identify and prioritize infrastructure needs within their districts.

EMCOR Services Mesa Energy Systems has been awarded a contract to install new high efficiency boilers in 19 facilities throughout the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar.

With a backlog of infrastructure projects that likely tops $1 billion -- ranging from pothole-ridden streets to inadequate fire services -- members of the San Diego City Council on Tuesday launched a two-month series of public meetings to help decide which projects should take the top priority.

(Bloomberg) -- Bank of America Corp.'s Countrywide unit defrauded Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac by selling them thousands of loans known to be defective, an attorney for the U.S. said in closing arguments in a lawsuit against the lender.

Ranches, a vineyard and several farms once flourished in the hillsides here. Today, nearly 100,000 people reside in Vista and over the years it has grown into a mid-sized city. The area is now teeming with craft breweries and businesses that have a global reach.

Construction on the San Diego Convention Center expansion is being held up with the expected filing of a third lawsuit.

Last week at the West Coast Lumber & Building Material Association’s annual conference state Board of Equalization member George Runner discussed steps he’s taking to ensure fair implementation of , a law that at the bginning of this year required a 1 percent assessment on purchases of lumber products and engineered wood products for use in California.

When the sheet metal workers union held an open house for its local training center last week, the news coverage that followed generated so many phone calls that over the next several days it had to stop answering and refer callers to its website instead.

(AP) -- Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law a $100 million property tax cut.

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