- Oct. 27
- By David Wagner
In the largest deal in the company's history, Qualcomm will acquire Dutch chipmaker NXP Semiconductors.
The industry has been an economic, cultural and tourist boon since its beginnings in the early 20th century. But today it's a shadow of its former self. Can a $1.2 billion development proposal save it?
- Oct. 26
- By David Wagner
San Diego-based Brain Corp is rolling out an automated vehicle that can clean floors without a human driver.
- Oct. 19
- By Andrew Bowen
Plans to update the road map for growth and development in Uptown have advanced to the full San Diego City Council. The plans have been the subject of debate over housing density, affordability and their compliance with the city's Climate Action Plan.
Stacie Spector, a management and communications consultant who worked in the Clinton administration, is the city's senior advisor for housing solutions.
- Oct. 18
- By Erik Anderson
Supporters say the plan promotes and manages the region's tourism industry. The complex measure would raise taxes, limit bayfront development and call for a major renovation in Mission Valley.
- Oct. 14
- By Alison St John
One of the dominant issues in the race between incumbent County Supervisor Democrat Dave Roberts, and his challenger, Republican Kristin Gaspar, is land-use.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's troubles include sexual assault allegations now filtering into San Diego races. The race for supervisor in District 3 should have been a cakewalk for the incumbent. Measure to increase sales tax has an uphill road. Lilac Hills could bloom, or not.
Pinnacle Bayside Development received $1.6 million in public funds in exchange for maintaining Fault Line Park, including its restrooms. But two months after the park's grand opening in August 2015, the restrooms were locked.
- Oct. 10
- By City News Service
Residents bitterly fought the development because they were concerned about traffic impacts on the semi-rural roadway in the area.