The region’s solar-powered schools aren’t taking SDG&E rate hikes lying down. Plus, the new nonprofit news org covering the Capitol, how the city’s pulling off a lightspeed environmental impact report for the new stadium and more.
Our Lisa Halverstadt reported Wednesday that the San Diego Unified School District was preparing to install far more solar power systems in coming years. Now, she takes a look back at the district’s struggle and missed targets over the years with solar and why officials think it will be different this time around. The goal […]
Marne Foster, the president of the San Diego school board, wants money for her two adult sons, including one who lost his financial aid for college. So, as Mario Koran reports, she threw a benefit concert and launched a fundraising campaign. One flier told people that their donations would be tax-deductible. The executive of the […]
NFL and local officials try to work it out, pension saga finally ends, Culture Report takes a bow (for now), L.A. takes aim at gun magazines, Caitlyn Jenner remembers local teen, and lawn painting becomes a thing.
What the city and county’s likely to offer to the NFL gods today, “very, very preliminary” plans in the works to give Memorial Prep a new look, a dubious honor for Boltman, designing cities to reduce traffic deaths and more.
The city of Carson’s history trying to nab itself a stadium, looks like the hammer’s about to drop on a North County man’s knock-off Uber business and what to keep an eye on this week.
City Council fixes nonexistent solar permitting problem, a big insult to Junior Seau’s family and our most-read stories of the week.
Bumpy roads ahead in San Diego, why we don’t have more summer programs for kids who need them and what the city’s doing to lend a hand to aggrieved tenants.
Journos reminisce as Daily Transcript joins list of defunct local papers, a bogus claim in city attorney race, refineries profit big off high gas prices, bay gets more weird art, and panhandler best practices.
Doubting the Joel Anderson campaign, assemblyman won’t run for county supe and trouble at Qualcomm.