Residents overcoming a double homicide on their block ask city schools to become trauma-informed.

San Diego Hospice, which normally treats as many as 1,000 patients at a time, came under scrutiny because it didn’t properly document that doctors believed patients had six months or less to live, as required by the Medicare program.

In the wake of an ongoing federal audit and an internal investigation, San Diego Hospice’s patient load has dropped by hundreds.

An assistant police chief recently said officers are responding to more calls involving suicidal or troubled residents.

After a deadly shooting on their block, residents spread the word about trauma-informed care.

If you’re sick of politics getting in the way of patient care, I have a prescription for you: Take two friends to the voting booth and call me in the morning.