When Law Enforcement Fudges the Law
Public records laws are supposed to enable people to easily access public information from local governments. But Chula Vista Police have been discouraging residents from getting information through one of the simplest, most common channels, making it harder for citizens to know what local law enforcement is doing.
Bianca Bruno | 4 hours ago |
Lincoln High’s Polarizing Principal Bows Out
Mario Koran | 21 hours ago |
School District Puts Teacher Evaluations on the Table
Mario Koran | April 17, 2014 |
The Height of Trolley Tensions
The city doesn't just want to expand the trolley, it wants to make new stations home to more housing units and storefronts to spur ridership – and it might tweak the height limit to make it happen. But residents who live near the planned stations aren't on board.
Andrew Keatts | April 21, 2014 |
San Diego’s Homelessness Population Is Shrinking – Slowly
Ana Ceballos & Lisa Halverstadt | April 17, 2014 |
Tijuana Violence Ticks Up, But Don’t Blame Cartels
In a Q-and-A, David Shirk, director of USD's Mexico Justice Project and co-author of a new report on drug violence, talks about the effects of violence on ordinary residents of Tijuana and why the mayhem hasn't crossed over to the American side of the border.
Randy Dotinga | April 18, 2014 |
Morning Report: Upheaval at Lincoln High
Dr. O is out at Lincoln High, economists make the case against public funding for a new stadium (even the ones who support it), police scale back two troubling practices and more in our daily news roundup.