Ballast Point’s billion-dollar sale, a new community plan for southeastern San Diego and olfactory art in this week’s VOSD podcast.
A top Fire-Rescue official weighs in on why the highest risk for delayed responses happens in some of the poorest and brownest areas of the city.
How response times are calculated, why CPR matters, the neighborhoods most at risk and more.
Outside organizations are playing an outsized, if not decisive, role in the election.
Conservative group repeats incorrect statement about candidate Myrtle Cole.
The policy could actually cost taxpayers more than they’re saving when a family leaves Section 8.
You can’t “tax” pot, city auditor inquiry goes into overtime, San Diego’s small share of homeless funding and more.
The race to decide District 4’s next council member heads to a runoff. Dwayne Crenshaw held off Barry Pollard for a spot against Myrtle Cole.
Guy Preuss wants his Paradise Hills community to be more walkable.
We hit pause on the special City Council election to take in some of District 4’s sweeping views.