Trump promises quick progress on border wall, a Clinton speaks at Balboa Park, tracking local methane gas, grim earthquake prospects, gondolas galore (maybe) and San Diego map to remember.
More 911 horror stories, councilman stands with Airbnb, Gov. Brown smacks down Florida gov, Calif. GOP primary (probably) won’t matter, tension at SDSU, tech and teens and a handy food app.
Surveying the local campaign finance scene, a donation to Anthony Bernal raises eyebrows and the wannabe owners of the Union-Tribune are playing games with the current owners of the Union-Tribune.
Chargers still won’t let us in on where a convention center would go in the convadium plan, the team’s former doctor is in more trouble and more back-and-forth about the value of the state’s density bonus law to combat the housing crisis.
If you thought there are more homeless people on San Diego County streets, you’re right. An annual survey of homelessness found nearly 5,000 people on the streets, up 19 percent since last year. They are mostly men and most of them became homeless when they already lived in San Diego. In the city, homelessness is […]
Schools across the country have a hard enough time teaching kids to read and write. It’s even harder when kids are learning English as a second language. But what about when they’re illiterate in two languages. That’s what reporter Mario Koran took on in this week’s edition of the learning curve. English-learners have some of […]
It must have seemed like a good idea at the time. A few years back, water officials spent hundreds of millions on water treatment plans because Southern California liked to guzzle. Now, we’re conserving water, and treatment plants are going idle. But, as VOSD’s Ry Rivard reports, we’re still paying the price for the debt […]
Everyone knows Barrio Logan is changing. Its location makes it attractive for development and artists are flocking to it. This is causing some tension. In this week’s Culture Report, Kinsee Morlan writes about the launch of her new podcast, the San Diego Culturecast. The first season will be an exploration of what’s happening in Barrio Logan as new wave of […]
The top two candidates to represent District 1 are determined to sell voters on their business chops. Democrat Barbara Bry touts her work in the tech industry while Republican Ray Ellis brags about the businesses he’s started. Our Ashly McGlone took a closer look at their business records and found Bry’s had both successes and […]
San Ysidro is surrounded by freeways and abuts the busiest border crossing in the world. Concerns about polluted air in the neighborhood are not new, but as the federal government pushes forward on its $735 million expansion of the San Ysidro Port of Entry, community members have been spurred into action. VOSD contributor H.G. Reza reports […]