The team is supposed to pay the city each year to use Qualcomm. But it’s the city that has paid the team more than $3 million over the last seven years.
Climate Action Plan evangelist Nicole Capretz claimed that community choice aggregators in Marin and Sonoma offer lower energy rates than the local utility, Pacific Gas and Electric.
“I’m not a politician,” City Councilman Scott Sherman told KPBS.
Early on in his State of the City address last week, Mayor Kevin Faulconer called out three neighborhoods that have had historically poor emergency response, but benefited from new programs.
Former city planning chief Bill Fulton claimed San Diego is the largest city in the U.S. to run out of raw land.
A national outlet called Lincoln High a charter school where on-campus assaults happen “almost daily.” It’s not, and they don’t.
The most unforgettable fact checks of 2014.
Chula Vista City Councilman-Elect John McCann, who won by two votes, claimed the costly recount process validates the original winner 90 percent of the time.
A key part of the pitch for the two-person emergency response crew serving Encanto is that it’s cheap. But firefighter union president Alan Arrollado says the crews are actually a raw deal for taxpayers.
A member of the Airport Authority recently claimed the San Diego Convention Center is fully booked.