Stories for May 16, 2012
Audits released today of payroll and purchasing at San Diego High Complex schools show thousands of dollars paid in unauthorized or undocumented overtime and ongoing misappropriations of funds.
Housing advocates want the governor to stay away from settlement money that's meant to keep people in their homes.
Seau's The Restaurant in Mission Valley has closed its doors for good, according to trustees of Junior Seau's estate.
New limits on financial contributions by political parties to candidates for San Diego's ostensibly nonpartisan municipal offices were proposed today to the City Council's Rules Committee.
A former Mexican law enforcement official who worked closely with U.S. authorities in the drug war pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court in San Diego to aiding members of a violent Tijuana-based cartel, including helping traffickers get away with a double homicide in 2010.
San Diego Unified School District officials presented a report to the Board of Education Tuesday night stating the district can meet its financial obligations for the 2012-13 academic year due to potential budget cuts that could mean layoffs for about 1,155 employees, but financial uncertainties could make a balanced budget difficult for the 2013-14 academic year.