Ex-police chief and sheriff Bill Kolender dies at 80, transit system gets poor grades, minimum wage initiative may make ballot, more drama at S.D. Opera, ranking the Padres (sorry bout it), and Disneyland’s $1K+ pass
Dinosaurs, DNA, diabetes, oh my. Come to tonight’s Meeting of the Minds to hear what these topics have to do with local discoveries. We’ll be at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center, where you can channel your inner scientist by getting a preview of their exhibition Imaginate before it opens to the public. Doors open […]
San Diego’s school board decided Tuesday to hire an independent investigator to probe a fundraiser the president of the board held for her family and a request for $250,000 from the district the father of her son says she was behind. Whomever is hired will be barred from seeking work in the near future from […]
Yes, that number is (mostly) right. No, they didn’t go full “Minority Report” and pre-solve murders that haven’t happened yet.
Bum’s rush (for downtown newsboxes), horror and outrage (for the very idea of bike lane stripes), sainthood (for Father Serra) and a parade of pinkness (for the ocean).
Bill Horn wants advice on Lilac Hills vote, water agencies keep fighting each other, limp centennial gets raspberries, scary nuke allegations at San Onofre and a museum flap over prehistory.
Atkins declares a Dem civil war, the Father Serra storm and why Rep. Duncan Hunter is standing up for a former soldier.
Water prices keep rising even as we use less water, and the local agencies that keep our faucets and hoses in business want to stop the trend. As VOSD’s Ry Rivard reports, one strategy is to seek independence from the middleman known as the San Diego County Water Authority. “Agencies served by the Water Authority […]
San Diego school board president Marne Foster recently distanced herself from a $250,000 claim filed against the school district. Her son’s father made the claim, accusing the district of harming her son — said to have run up $10,000 in trauma counseling bills — via a negative college evaluation. She said she was not a party to […]
A football stadium produces pollution, and we’re not just talking about the hot air from sports columnists and out-of-town fans. Everything from tailgaters to cannons have the potential to hurt the environment. By one estimate, over 20 years, a new Mission Valley stadium would belch a lot more pollution than the current one — an […]