San Diego representatives loomed large Thursday as California legislators approved a bill to raise the minimum wage to a highest-in-the-nation $15 an hour by 2022.
Adventures in #bestcoast politics.
It’s unclear why the feud between two of San Diego’s most powerful Democrats in Sacramento first started, but most attribute it to their similarities.
By banning project labor agreements for city projects with 2012’s Prop. A , we set the stage to lose out on hundreds of millions in state funding. Now what?
San Diego’s legislators had 91 bills signed into law this session. Not surprisingly, a substantial number of them dealt with veterans and service members, although some lawmakers stuck to other themes.
In this edition of San Diego Explained, Scott Lewis and NBC7’s Catherine Garcia break down the benefits of smart meters, and why San Diegans won’t be seeing them any time soon.
With Ramona Unified School District facing a large budget deficit, teachers are threatening to strike and the district has imposed significant cuts.
The younger Jacobs clan has been revealed as potential white knights, ones that could augment our chances of keeping the teams we have and someday attracting new ones.
As it scrambles to sell off assets to close its budget deficit, the county’s largest school district is crafting poor deals and botching great ones, local real estate experts say.
Incoming SD Unified Superintendent Cindy Marten talks teacher assessment, her relationship with the teachers union and fixing the district’s budget.