A new $1 billion plant to desalinate water from the Pacific Ocean is set to open this fall in Carlsbad. But because of a quirk, the region is unlikely to need desalinated water this year.
The Union-Tribune’s printing presses gave local aspiring journalists a real, tangible visual of a newspaper coming to life.
U-T sacks almost 180 workers, politicians line up to replace vulnerable supervisor, $350M for de-turfing, OB targets those pesky free fliers, Pennysaver closure affects shops and another weird beach die-off.
For years, the federal government has handed out a tax rebate for people who install solar panels. But that program might be on its last legs — its end could increase the cost of going solar by up to 30 percent overnight, unless the market can respond by offering lower-cost systems.
What the arts community brought in over the past year, the Museum of Photographic Arts rolls out a new membership model, one of Solana Beach’s own takes on the national spelling bee and more in our weekly culture roundup.
Inside the supervisor allegations, battle erupts inside YMCA leadership, KUSI’s Turko does our podcast, one La Mesa man’s solar saga, local unemployment rate dips big-time and memories of Chula Vista’s finest gardeners
The city doesn’t actually own all of the Qualcomm land the task force wants it to sell as part of a stadium deal. But an economist found the task force another $80 million.
Picking a solar company can be complicated. Here’s how to avoid the worst-case scenario.
Wanna stick it to SDG&E and feel superior to your neighbors? Come on over to the light side. But there’s plenty you need to know first.
Journalism pet peeves, San Diego’s growth spurt isn’t as big as we were led to believe and why it’s hard out there for dads.