When Summer Break Means a Vacation from Steady Meals
Hungry kids aren't showing up to programs that exist to feed them when school - and free lunches - are done for the year. A new bill would give their parents extra food stamps to help them eat at home.
Megan Burks | 1 hour ago |
The Challenges of Doing Business in San Diego
Lisa Halverstadt | July 23, 2014 |
San Diego’s Next Density Fight
City planners are eyeing changes to Grantville: They want to take the industrial area and turn it into one with lots of apartments and retail storefronts, an urban village based around the neighborhood's trolley stop. But if history's any guide, that'll be easier said than done.
Andrew Keatts | July 23, 2014 |
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.
Sara Libby | July 24, 2014 |
City Heights Residents Are Wary of Albertsons Replacement
Megan Burks | July 23, 2014 |
What San Diego CEOs Say As They Leave Town – Or Threaten To
Lisa Halverstadt | July 25, 2014 |
Culture Report: Constance White Takes Flight
Alex Zaragoza | 4 hours ago |
Morning Report: A Contradiction Over English-Learning
Randy Dotinga | 13 hours ago |
Superintendent Forced Into Contradiction on English-Learners
Superintendent Cindy Marten once supported Thrive Public School, a charter trying to get approved in San Diego Unified. Then she urged the state to reject it, citing an incomplete plan for handling English-learners. The district, however, doesn't seem like it's in a place to lecture anyone on what to do about students learning English.