Bond watchdogs are urged to show their teeth, Atkins urges lawmakers to “do something big” on health care and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.
Some new craft brewers are struggling to find ways to dispose of spent grain, the thick, mushy residue each batch of beer leaves behind. Some farmers will take it, but many of them have so much that they’re turning new breweries away.
Voters roundly rejected a measure in November that would have greenlit the sprawling Lilac Hills Ranch project near Valley Center. But Accretive Investments, the project’s developers, submitted paperwork last week to San Diego County’s planning department that could keep the project alive.
Escondido, a sanctuary city? Really? Also in our roundup of news from North County: Vista debuts district maps, Reps. Hunter and Issa weigh in on the border wall and Palomar Airport will once again offer flights to L.A.
Some San Diego institutions are losing money to gain visitors, dancers are coming to a flight near you and more in our weekly roundup of the region’s arts and culture news.
San Diego is playing a starring role in President Donald Trump’s emerging plans for a border wall. Here’s what we know about the fence that already exists, and the structure Trump wants to replace it.
In March, a Superior Court judge ruled in VOSD’s favor that San Diego Unified had improperly withheld emails between district staff, school board members and Superintendent Cindy Marten related to the removal of the former principal for the School of Creative and Performing Arts.
The new cuts – which will go to the school board for approval Tuesday – include all library technicians, 16 mental health clinicians, bus drivers and other non-teaching employees and support staff.
Among the 130 housing bills before the state Legislature is one sponsored by the city of San Diego that would allow local housing authorities, like the San Diego Housing Commission, to build middle-income housing.
Assemblyman Todd Gloria’s housing bill package includes measures aimed at middle-income housing and homeless youth, San Diego Unified Superintendent Cindy Marten makes her case for more state funding and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.