No one loves a messenger, least of all Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman.
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Bond watchdogs are urged to show their teeth, Atkins urges lawmakers to “do something big” on health care and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.
San Diego is playing a starring role in President Donald Trump’s emerging plans for a border wall. Here’s what we know about the fence that already exists, and the structure Trump wants to replace it.
Border wall, border fence — it’s all the same, right?
Assemblyman Todd Gloria’s housing bill package includes measures aimed at middle-income housing and homeless youth, San Diego Unified Superintendent Cindy Marten makes her case for more state funding and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.
On Friday, the L.A. Times wrote about the frequency with which well-off people are leaving expensive coastal cities. One couple made $150,000 combined, for example, and moved to Phoenix so they could enjoy a large four-bedroom home. But the majority of people leaving San Diego for more affordable places like Riverside County are not, in […]
When the sausage-making crosses the line into news.
When the founders of the Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation started the organization in southeastern San Diego many years ago, the vision was to develop dozens of acres of land into community assets and to create a nonprofit to boost other community efforts. There was another piece of the mission that was more unique: Eventually, the […]
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Encinitas hopes the state can help solve one of its many housing issues, Assemblywoman Shirley Weber takes another shot at reforming teacher tenure, the Washington Post recognizes the joy of being a Californian and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.