The Push for a Harassment-Free Comic-Con

Women who spend hours on costumes for Comic-Con often have much different experiences at the convention than men. A group of women wants Comic-Con to create a detailed harassment policy – and to make sure convention-goers know it exists.

The ABCs of English-Learning Students

San Diego Unified's plan to shuffle support teachers into lead teaching roles could impact English learners most. And there's plenty of reason to care about that shift even if your child speaks perfect English.

Fact Check: Fighting Drunk Driving in San Diego

City Attorney Jan Goldsmith claimed more than 99 percent of DUI cases prosecuted by his office result in convictions.

The Challenges of Doing Business in San Diego

In coming weeks, we'll examine the difficulty of doing business in San Diego, whether regional policies are driving an exodus of companies and what's motivating the firms that do move here.

Yes, Carl DeMaio Is a Republican

National media marvels that the House candidate is a member of the GOP. They shouldn’t.

How San Diego’s Big Railroad Dreams Went Off Track

The effort to bring a defunct cross-border track back to life has taken some turns lately. Back when San Diego was a backwater burg in the 1880s, local bigwigs tried to turn the city into the western terminus of the cross-country railroad system and the top port south of San Francisco. It didn't happen.

San Diego Explained: Who Takes the Trolley?

In this week's San Diego Explained, Andrew Keatts and NBC 7's Catherine Garcia explore San Diego's public transit system, spotlighting the factors that influence trolley ridership.

Businesses Bailing on San Diego: Required Reading

Read these stories to get up to speed on our region's business climate and what the city and state are doing to keep companies here.

Morning Report: Grantville’s the Next Big Planning Battle

New VOSD quest is launched, City Heights isn't entirely happy about new market, city fix-it plan is delayed, well-paid ex-official wants unemployment and Raymond Chandler's 128th birthday.

City Heights Residents Are Wary of Albertsons Replacement

Albertsons caused an uproar when it left the so-called food desert in February. Now, a new supermarket is coming to City Heights, but residents aren't welcoming it with open arms.

The Challenges of Doing Business in San Diego

In coming weeks, we'll examine the difficulty of doing business in San Diego, whether regional policies are driving an exodus of companies and what's motivating the firms that do move here.