Green groups demand natural gas bans and protection for low-income communities expected to be battered by heatwaves
No prominent Democrat files to run in the recall election
Many who were taken into custody have attempted to cross the border more than once
San Diego economists and business executives weigh in on the fallout from the city’s most scrutinized real estate transaction.
Shut out of the establishment a few decades ago, local LGBTQ politicians now hold powerful positions from City Hall to the state Capitol
The Board of Supervisors updated plans for housing, safety and environmental justice
Forever Balboa Park, as the refashioned organization is called, will act as a partner to the city of San Diego on major projects. Its first test will be to drum up millions in philanthropic gifts
Experts support the pace of Newsom’s current drought response, but some scientists urge more action.
New academy shows progress, but 95 percent of city firefighters are men and 67 percent are White
WASHINGTON - In the waning weeks of Donald Trump’s term, the country’s top military leader repeatedly worried about what the president might do to maintain power after losing reelection, comparing his rhetoric to Adolf Hitler’s during the rise of Nazi Germany and asking confidants whether a coup was forthcoming, according to a new book by two Washington Post reporters.
The Board of Supervisors discussed two sweeping plans to counter climate crisis
The Biden administration will begin flights later this month to evacuate interpreters and others who assisted the American war effort in Afghanistan, and it may house some Afghan nationals on military bases in the United States while their visa applications are processed, officials said Wednesday.
The department’s internal watchdog found agents made serious errors in their investigation and did not respond with urgency to sex abuse allegations.
Changes won’t be cheap, but past pay freeze, pension ban preceded exodus of municipal employees, institutional knowledge
The Board of Supervisors asked staff to extend the contract with the boarding school for foster youth until June 2022
Post-pandemic re-opening has been delayed by decision to replace 170 hourly jobs with positions with benefits
Republican Gov. Greg Abbott has threatened to arrest Democratic lawmakers who blocked voting rights legislation by fleeing the state
The Supreme Court overturned 15 of the 16 decisions by the liberal U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in California it reviewed during this session