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California isn’t getting along with other Western states that use drought-stricken Colorado River water. In a nutshell, California told the federal government this week that it has already committed to reducing its use of the river last year, beyond what…Keep reading
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Guns are now the leading cause of death of children under 18, and the possibility of a school shooting is a reality that American children of all ages carry with…
It took a lawsuit and a lot of patience, but eventually our reporters managed to match more than 6,000 death certificates to voter registration records.
Significant tensions between city officials erupted during Monday’s City Council meeting, after months of behind-the-scenes discussions failed to solve a disagreement over an appointment to the city’s Audit Committee.
The teachers union at San Diego Unified School District during a hearing this month told district officials the launch of its universal kindergarten program included a virtually nonexistent curriculum, inadequate…
After a year of back-and-forth and objections from the CSU system, City’s bachelor’s degree in cyberdefense and analysis is official.
The union successfully advocated for a neutral third party to have the final say on appealed firings, while the school’s leadership got the introductory period it wanted.
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While the nation debates building electrification and phasing out gas-powered appliances, Encinitas was the county’s first city to take a significant step in that direction.
A lifting gate structure could impede the Tijuana River’s flow if it fails to rise during heavy rains like San Diego just experienced.
San Diego’s public power company’s governing board approved rates that are three percent cheaper than its competitor, San Diego Gas and Electric.
Vista’s City Council is changing the process for choosing its SANDAG representative and will now allow a majority of council members, not just the mayor, to decide who is on…
Palomar Health’s board of directors recently extended its medical group’s contract, but board members are criticizing the board chair, who received sizable campaign contributions from the group in October, for…
The Vista City Council early this week approved a safe parking lot for people living in their vehicles. It’s the first of its kind for the city and the second…
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Our Water Districts Want a Better Deal for Customers. We Shouldn’t Be Punished for Seeking a New Supplier.
The inequitable way in which the San Diego County Water Authority cost structure impacts our agencies, as well as the costs of maintaining large rural infrastructure systems, is why we…
A new apartment project in La Mesa demonstrates the dangers of treating the housing crisis as just an issue of inadequate supply.
Despite tremendous local conservation efforts and investments in San Diego’s regional water resources and infrastructure, climate change and radical changes water supplies have put our region at risk and potentially…
County Supervisor Jim Desmond tweeted at Elon Musk Friday asking for the billionaire’s input on San Diego’s transportation system. Musk said “sure.”
City workers are severely behind in processing building permits and now the mayor, with the employee union’s support, hopes new, temporary workers can help the city reduce the delays holding…
This post originally appeared in the Jan. 21 Politics Report. Subscribe to the newsletter here. For a special podcast this week, we sat down with U.S. Rep. Sara Jacobs. In…