Bo Evans, 10 News San Diego

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10 News San Diego

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Past articles by Bo:

China amassing large stockpiles of food could impact U.S. prices

Supply chain issues have been wreaking havoc on the farming industry for months, if not longer. → Read More

Housing market could slow in a few markets over the next 12 months

There are 13 markets where prices have a greater than 50% chance of falling over the next 12 months. → Read More

As housing prices soar, some worry benefits may not be equal

Around 20%. That's about how much the average home's value has gone up each of the last two years. → Read More

Program sees impressive results in getting homeless into housing

“I didn’t know if I was going to make it out of there. I did eight years of prison, and I was like man I had a better chance in prison." → Read More

New technology can help those with hearing impairments by feeling sound

"I was a little overwhelmed of trying to contend with my emotions of just like, hey, I don’t have to struggle anymore. I don’t have to worry anymore about trying so hard to try to fit in." → Read More

Ukraine is a key part of Putin's plan to regain status as world power, experts say

"Russia has consistently been getting more and more aggressive with the ultimate aim of effectively regaining their once great Soviet power" → Read More

Access to medical marijuana still difficult for patients in some states

“We would like patients to have reasonable access. It’s unreasonable to me to have a patient drive an hour to a dispensary. That’s not realistic." → Read More

Offshore wind leases creating a 'gold rush'

Humboldt, California has always relied on its natural resources. → Read More

COVID-19 could impact a person's vision

“There’s several side effects on the eyes related to both inflammation and to the oxygen shortage that may occur" → Read More

Maple farmers think there will be plenty of syrup on shelves despite news of a possible shortage

Despite news of a possible shortage, experts in the American maple industry say the country won't run out of syrup any time soon. → Read More

Santa Claus in hot demand and might be hard to find this year

Things are already getting festive in the Streets at SouthGlenn mall in Colorado. They are kicking off the holiday season with a Christmas parade. And everyone is waiting for the guest of honor. Santa. → Read More

Decline in college enrollment even steeper for community colleges

Things are slowly bouncing back from the pandemic at Front Range Community College. → Read More

Biden's slimmed-down economic package taking shape

Joe Biden is being forced to compromise on his "Build Back Better" agenda. → Read More

Drone use by governments is expanding, so what does that mean for your privacy?

Over the last 10 years, more than 1,500 state and local public safety agencies in the U.S. have acquired a drone. → Read More

Growing number of states requiring CPR training for high school graduation

A new law in Florida now requires 9th and 11th graders to learn the lifesaving technique CPR. → Read More

First-ever water restrictions on Colorado River Basin impacting farmers in the southwest

"We probably had about 25 acres on this farm this year just because we didn’t have the water," → Read More

Schools turning to new tech to keep students safe

Contact tracing apps are becoming more popular with schools → Read More

Student-led project leads California middle school to find new name

The name of the building you work in, the bridge you cross, or the school you attend may not matter to some, but it’s important to Anaya Zenad. → Read More

US facing port congestion on both coasts as a result of the Suez Canal obstruction

The global trade industry was already feeling the effects of the pandemic and then the late March obstruction of the Suez Canal in Egypt only made issues worse. → Read More

Deaf-owned tax firm helps the hearing-impaired handle their finances

Tax season is a little more difficult for those who are deaf. Working with accountants who are also deaf can make things easier. → Read More