More than marketing and permit fees, bringing the film industry back to San Diego is about putting San Diegans to work in skilled positions that pay well.
San Diego will face another year of intense weather again in the future, and we cannot afford, financially or morally, to make repairs after the fact.
The breeding program run by Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute has been of huge benefit to the white seabass stocks off the coast of Southern California.
Providing more legal opinions to the public will increase transparency and accountability by giving San Diegans an understanding of the information city officials use to make their decisions.
The project presents a number of serious, long-term risks for the environment.
There’s an aggressive turf war that several San Diego-area school districts are waging against personalized learning, independent study-based public charter schools across the county.
Poway Unified is in desperate need for an infusion of common sense, good judgment and solid leadership.
State lawmakers signed an amnesty program into law to help those struggling to pay off minor infractions. But it doesn’t advertise the program to the very people who it’s meant to help.
Affordable homes must be a part of the city of San Diego’s infrastructure conversation.
Ending veteran homelessness is something other cities have done, but San Diego continues to lag in its efforts. That’s because the biggest obstacle standing in our way is ourselves.