San Diego’s recycled water project is facing roadblocks at a crucial time, partly thanks to an unusual problem: the city is running short on sewage.
Prop. 57 and the meaning of “nonviolent,” why bilingual ed and academic success aren’t mutually exclusive, state aims for more low-income housing in high-income areas and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.
Pete Wilson’s pension legacy, the what ifs on legalized marijuana, California’s very, very good first dog and more in our weekly roundup of news from the capital.
Housing and land use bills aplenty, chipping away at the #bananasballot and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.
Human trafficking bills! Criminal justice bills! And lots of other bills, too.
Assaults. Robberies. Vandalism. Drugs. Electrical outages and fires. Sewer back-ups that result in human waste flowing onto the lawn. Mold. Rats. Roaches. That’s how current and former tenants, code enforcement documents, the Oceanside Police Department and the city attorney’s office describe life at 415 Grant St.
When we talk about how truly lame San Diego’s election season has turned out to be, we tend to talk about the races that aren’t happening: The race for mayor is over. Ray Ellis dropped out of the City Council District 1 race, clearing the way for Democrat Barbara Bry. What were supposed to be […]
The city’s bold commitment to renewable energy, it turns out, comes with a big caveat.
Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez gets a big yes and a big no from Gov. Jerry Brown, Assemblywoman Toni Atkins gets a parting gift from Monsanto and more in our weekly roundup of news from the capital.
California and New York are two of the most populous, liberal states in the nation. They’re rivals – but it tends to be more of a frenemy rivalry (frivalry?) than a bitter one. Now that California’s legislative session has wrapped, I wanted to survey how the relationship between the two has played out over the last […]