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Governor Signs High Speed Rail Bill / Kings Co Weighs Route

Governor Signs High Speed Rail Bill / Kings Co Weighs Route

Governor Jerry Brown is visiting Los Angeles’ Union Station today signing the bill providing funding for construction of the first phase of a statewide high speed rail service that will…

SLO Beat: Homes Sales/Bed Tax Higher

SLO Beat: Homes Sales/Bed Tax Higher

San Luis Obispo single family home sales were higher in June reports California Association of Realtors. In June 2012 the median price of a home was $387,500 compared to $382,470…

Midwest Corn Crop Condition Worsens

Midwest Corn Crop Condition Worsens

Hurt by hot weather and drought the USDA reported today that 38% of the corn crop across the 18 largest corn growing states was either in very poor to poor…

LA Ports See More Traffic

LA Ports See More Traffic

Both the Port of Long Beach and Port of Los Angeles saw an increase in traffic in June. At the Port of LA total container traffic was 8.7% higher and…

Travel/Tourism News

Travel/Tourism News

SkyWest Losing Fresno Contract SkyWest Airlines has lost its ground baggage contract with United in Fresno resulting in the Utah-based firm sending a warning to employees they will lose their…

MORRO BAY ASSURED POWER PLANT TO RUN A FEW MORE YEARS

MORRO BAY ASSURED POWER PLANT TO RUN A FEW MORE YEARS

Morro Bay got  some good news this week.The Morro Bay power plant owned by Dynegy Inc will likely not close at the end of this year as had been feared…

UFW Wins Vote At Fresno County Ranch

UFW Wins Vote At Fresno County Ranch

The United Farmworkers Union won an election held July 11 at a Firebaugh vegetable farm  the Agricultural Labor Relations Board confirms. In the vote at Gargiulo Inc, the UFW won…

California Export Trade Resumes Growth, Despite Global Turmoil

California Export Trade Resumes Growth, Despite Global Turmoil

 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – California’s export trade recovered from its April stumble and resumed a positive growth track in May, according to an analysis by Beacon Economics of foreign trade data released…

Trade Deficit Falls On Exports

Trade Deficit Falls On Exports

According to the  the May 2012 U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services report, U.S. goods and services exports in May 2012 increased 0.2 percent from April 2012 to reach…

SLO Marathon Delivers $3 Million Economic Impact

SLO Marathon Delivers $3 Million Economic Impact

 According to a report compiled by SLO based Productive Impact LLC, the inaugural San Luis Obispo marathon and half-marathon had a $3 million economic impact in San Luis Obispo County.…

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