North County businesses get a turn in the podcast spotlight, Sheriff’s deputies ticket political protesters over an inflatable chicken, Encinitas will weigh in on pot cultivation and more in our weekly roundup of news from North County.
Writerz Blok is being uprooted, the Comic-Con museum is moving forward and more in our weekly digest of the region’s arts and culture news.
Why some border agents still patrol on horseback, immigrant victims are reporting fewer domestic violence crimes and the border baby says goodbye.
Ex San Ysidro superintendent Manuel Paul received $211,000 in severance pay when he resigned in 2013, after being indicted in a corruption case, as well as $80,000 in leave pay. If all goes well for the district, Paul will pay that back, plus damages and attorney fees.
On this week’s podcast, Scott Lewis, Andrew Keatts and Sara Libby give a quick rundown of all the beefs brewing among San Diego leaders.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed bills from local lawmakers that will overhaul the state’s troubled gang database, and that aim to change the way San Diego County votes.
Sometimes districts just can’t provide what a student needs. That’s where nonpublic schools come in.
A dispute led the family members behind Bitchin’ Sauce to go their separate ways. One of the sauce’s creators, Ryan Smith, is now CEO Good Lovin’ Foods, which, like its predecessor, is starting to take off.
Parents and students in the San Diego Unified School District have until Nov. 13 to apply to schools within the district other than their neighborhood school. To help parents navigate their options, we’ve created a map of San Diego County schools, with crucial data about each, along with a quick and easy guide to San Diego Unified’s school choice system.
Ralph Rubio talks about how he crafted his original fish taco, a binational taco picnic at the border, plus non-taco news on a new San Diego homelessness documentary, the San Diego Opera’s season kickoff and more in our weekly digest of the region’s arts and culture news.