The NFL’s had its eye on Carson for a long time. Now that it looks like the Chargers-Raiders plan could actually deliver a venue, it’s worth taking a closer look at the city’s history of political corruption and dysfunction.
It hasn’t always been smooth sailing for San Diego Unified’s solar impulses.
This week’s San Diego Explained covers one of the lesser known but more powerful government agencies in town: the Port of San Diego. The Port serves as a landlord to the businesses located on the water’s edge, but people don’t always agree on how that land should be used.
On this San Diego Explained, NBC 7’s Catherine Garcia and I highlight an effective program for preventing kids from backtracking on classroom progress during the summer.
The city is putting an environmental review of a replacement Chargers stadium on the fast track, but it has other options that could speed up the process of getting the team to negotiate. Scott Lewis and NBC 7’s Catherine Garcia explain.
On this week’s San Diego Explained, Ry Rivard and NBC 7’s Catherine Garcia talk through some of the more mysterious, long-standing water restrictions you might not know about.
On this week’s San Diego Explained, NBC 7’s Catherine Garcia and Lisa Halverstadt lay out the back-and-forth between Comic-Con organizers, city officials and hoteliers in determining the event’s future in San Diego.
You’d think two agencies working toward the same basic mission – to deliver water – would get along. That isn’t the case between Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the San Diego County Water Authority.
San Diego’s population has been growing for decades. But it’s the way that it’s grown that’s changing. Andrew Keatts and NBC 7’s Monica Dean have more on this week’s San Diego Explained.
The district’s open-enrollment program doesn’t have to be intimidating. We break it down for you in this week’s San Diego Explained.