The city of San Diego didn’t settle a lawsuit with San Diego Gas and Electric before renewing its contract with the investor-owned power provider. And now San Diegans could be on the hook for $100 million more than planned to build a wastewater-to-drinking water system. Whether Mayor Todd Gloria pushed for a settlement at the […]
The city’s decision to ink a deal with a company it was suing is being criticized after a Superior Court judge ruled San Diego taxpayers must pay to relocate SDG&E’s utility pipes to make room for the Pure Water project.
Getting towed can be devastating for people living in their vehicles, forcing a person or family onto the street whose car or RV was a makeshift home. A viral story about two moms and their sons whose makeshift homes were impounded earlier this month for vehicle registration violations and a city audit that emphasized how […]
Voters rejected a sales tax measure in Escondido that proponents were hoping would help solve the city’s budget problems. The city is now back to pursuing temporary fixes and potentially big cuts to city services.
An audit on city towing practices and a viral story about two homeless mothers whose vehicles were towed are fueling debate over the efficacy of impounding vehicles serving as makeshift homes.
San Diego families continue to struggle to make ends meet. Congress needs to step up and offer relief by making the expanded, monthly Child Tax Credit permanent.
High Tech High has made a name for itself with its unique, project-based learning approach to education. And its influence has drawn teachers to the school from across the country. But two decades after its founding, teachers at its 16 locations unionized, complaining of low pay, arbitrary firings and a revolving door of teachers. The […]
High Tech High and the newly formed union representing teachers reached an impasse in contract negotiations in November. The process has left some teachers and parents disillusioned with the prestigious charter network.
Advocates believe Brian Mason is the first person in San Diego County serving life without parole to successfully petition for relief.
The volcano that blew its top over the weekend is threatening the most famous dataset on climate change on the planet.