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With San Diego Mayor Bob Filner mired in his continuing sexual harassment scandal, City Council leaders are taking aim at some of his other actions as mayor, including his policy of extracting monetary concessions from developers.

(AP) -- A San Joaquin County dairy has been ordered to pay a $685,000 penalty for discharging manure waste into groundwater and failing to clean it up.
The Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board said on Thursday it fined Tracy, Calif.-based Henry Tosta Dairy for the violations.


The continual year-over-year monthly increases in residential construction permits ended in June, as the value of the permits issued around the county lagged numbers from June 2012.

(AP) -- The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to list a ground-hugging plant found only in western Nevada and eastern California as a threatened species.


Enough evidence exists for 31-year-old Higinio Soriano Salgado to stand trial for the alleged murder of architect Graham Downes, a San Diego Superior Court judge ruled Wednesday.

(AP) -- San Francisco will offer home loans to police and firefighters who work in the city, but can't afford to live there.


San Diego’s construction industry seems to be a mixed bag of cement with no solid foundation yet of whether it is improving as indicated by backlogs, employment and housing construction. There was also significant news outside the actual building of structures: an iconic architect passed away, and pleas were entered in the South Bay corruption case.

La Pensione Hotel, located at 606 W. Date St. in Little Italy, has completed a $4 million redesign of its 68 guestrooms.

Contractors working with the city of San Diego on city construction projects will soon be held to the pay rate standards of the state’s prevailing wage law.

(AP) -- The Forum in Inglewood is getting a multimillion-dollar makeover as the new owner unveils plans to restore the former home of the Los Angeles Lakers to a venue that can once again draw the biggest names in pop music.

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The Winchester Road southbound Interstate 15 off-ramp will be closed Friday, Aug. 2 at 11 p.m. through Monday, Aug. 5 at 4 a.m.

Sun Capital LLC of San Diego reported it has acquired a bank REO multi-residential complex in San Bernardino, as is.

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