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Trump Opponents, Supporters Hold San Diego Rallies

Trump Opponents, Supporters Hold San Diego Rallies

Jan. 19
By KPBS , City News Service

Opponents of President-elect Donald Trump are scheduled to hold three rallies in San Diego Friday, the day the billionaire real estate magnate is sworn-in to office. Others waived flags and toasted to the new president.

Live Blog: Donald Trump Sworn In As 45th President

Live Blog: Donald Trump Sworn In As 45th President

Jan. 20
By KPBS News, Associated Press

Pledging to empower America's "forgotten men and women," Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States Friday, taking command of a deeply divided nation and setting off protests across the nation.

Momentum Builds For San Diego Women's March

Momentum Builds For San Diego Women's March

Jan. 19
By Kenny Goldberg

Organizers expect more than 22,000 people at the San Diego Women's March on Saturday.

San Diego Councilman David Alvarez Running For County Supervisor

San Diego Councilman David Alvarez Running For County Supervisor

Jan. 18
By Claire Trageser

On Tuesday night, San Diego City Councilman David Alvarez announced he's running for San Diego County's Board of Supervisors in the District 1 seat.

Rev. William Barber On The New Civil Rights Movement

Rev. William Barber On The New Civil Rights Movement

Jan. 16
By Marissa Cabrera, Alison St John

Rev. Barber, president of North Carolina's NAACP, was the keynote speaker at the 29th annual All People's Breakfast celebration in Balboa Park to honor civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.

California Only State To Approve Higher Tobacco Taxes On Election Day

California Only State To Approve Higher Tobacco Taxes On Election Day

Jan. 11
By Kenny Goldberg

Four states had measures to raise tobacco taxes on the November ballot, but only California’s Proposition 56 prevailed.

Despite Opposition, County Supervisors Vote To Increase Their Salaries

Despite Opposition, County Supervisors Vote To Increase Their Salaries

Jan. 10
By City News Service, Alison St John

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to increase their own salaries by more than $19,000 each year, despite public comment by about two dozen opponents.

Kristin Gaspar Inaugurated As County's Newest Supervisor

Kristin Gaspar Inaugurated As County's Newest Supervisor

Jan. 9
By City News Service

Kristin Gaspar became San Diego County's newest supervisor Monday, replacing Dave Roberts in a district that represents part of North County.

North County Housing Development Opponents Sued For Attorney's Fees

North County Housing Development Opponents Sued For Attorney's Fees

Jan. 4
By Alison St John

Attorneys for a San Diego developer of a proposed North County housing project are suing opponents for thousands of dollars after it was defeated at the polls in November.

Kamala Harris Sworn In To U.S. Senate

Kamala Harris Sworn In To U.S. Senate

Jan. 3
By KPBS News, Associated Press

Former California Attorney General Kamala Harris was sworn in as the first Indian-American senator Tuesday.

Senator Toni Atkins On Her Priorities For San Diego

Senator Toni Atkins On Her Priorities For San Diego

Jan. 3
By Megan Burke, Maureen Cavanaugh

Atkins' first term in the Senate is expected to be a busy one as California legislators grapple with homegrown problems like affordable housing and infrastructure repair, along with national issues like health care and immigration.

Roundtable: 2016 Was Quite A Year In San Diego

Roundtable: 2016 Was Quite A Year In San Diego

Dec. 23
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

Election squeakers in the 49th and 3rd Districts. Victory for pot, defeat for the Chargers. Desperation for the homeless, frustration for renters and home buyers. Fear for migrants without papers. Worry for climate scientists.

El Cajon Looking For Your Help To Draw District Boundaries

El Cajon Looking For Your Help To Draw District Boundaries

Dec. 22
By Claire Trageser

El Cajon will begin a public process to draw boundaries for its city council districts in the new year, which activists and community organizers hope will increase diversity in their government.

San Diego Councilwoman Georgette Gomez Takes Office

San Diego Councilwoman Georgette Gomez Takes Office

Dec. 21
By Marissa Cabrera, Alison St John

Gomez, a community organizer who campaigned on the promise to shake up city hall, is the newly elected city council representative for District 9. The district includes City Heights, Kensignton, College Area and some neighborhoods in southeastern San Diego.

California Supreme Court Halts Death Penalty Measure

California Supreme Court Halts Death Penalty Measure

Dec. 20
By Associated Press

The court put Proposition 66 on hold on Tuesday to give it time to consider a lawsuit challenging the measure.

San Diego Area Planned Parenthood Says Loss Of Federal Funds Could ...

San Diego Area Planned Parenthood Says Loss Of Federal Funds Could Be Devastating

Dec. 20
By Kenny Goldberg

Republicans in Congress are pledging to cut off federal money for Planned Parenthood when Trump takes office.

California Electors Favor Changing Electoral College

California Electors Favor Changing Electoral College

Dec. 15
By Associated Press

As the electoral college prepares to meet in state capitols around the country on Monday, many of California's electors say they'd prefer to reform or eliminate the body that formally elects U.S. presidents.

Rep. Duncan Hunter's 49K Campaign Repayment Sheds Light On Personal...

Rep. Duncan Hunter's 49K Campaign Repayment Sheds Light On Personal Finance

Dec. 15
By Michael Lipkin, Alison St John

Hunter came under scrutiny for spending campaign funds on groceries, oral surgery, an Italian hotel and other personal uses. Hunter later said the expenditures were unauthorized and that some were due to using the wrong credit card.

With Board Of Supervisors' Vote, Members Increase Their Salaries By...

With Board Of Supervisors' Vote, Members Increase Their Salaries By $19,000 A Year

Dec. 13
By City News Service

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted to alter the way their pay is calculated. Outgoing Supervisor Dave Roberts cast the lone dissenting vote.

California Voter Turnout Was 75% — The Highest Since 2008

California Voter Turnout Was 75% — The Highest Since 2008

Dec. 9
By KPBS News, Associated Press

San Diego County reported a turnout of 81.5 percent among registered voters.

Marijuana Legalization Takes Root In San Diego Courts

Marijuana Legalization Takes Root In San Diego Courts

Dec. 8
By Andrew Bowen

It's only been a month since voters legalized marijuana, but dozens of people are already seeing reduced sentences for marijuana crimes. Hundreds and potentially thousands more could see their criminal records changed.

Roundtable: Gaspar, Issa Victorious; SANDAG's Big Loss; SDPD Traffi...

Roundtable: Gaspar, Issa Victorious; SANDAG's Big Loss; SDPD Traffic Stops; Downtown Homelessness

Dec. 2
By Pat Finn

Kristin Gaspar and Darrell Issa get some final answers. SANDAG's leadership is questioned; SDPD defends its traffic stops. And the number of downtown homeless keeps rising.

San Diego Zoo Among Those Pulling Ads From Breitbart

San Diego Zoo Among Those Pulling Ads From Breitbart

Nov. 29
By Associated Press

A social media effort is calling out companies and organizations that advertise on Breitbart.com, the website formerly run by Trump aide Steve Bannon.

Anti-Immigrant Graffiti Found At San Diego Museum Entrance

Anti-Immigrant Graffiti Found At San Diego Museum Entrance

Nov. 28
By Steve Walsh

Staff found two messages written on posters advertising an art exhibit on Mexican immigration.

Chula Vista Voters Approve Half-Cent Sales Tax Increase

Chula Vista Voters Approve Half-Cent Sales Tax Increase

Nov. 28
By City News Service

Initial plans to implement Measure P will go before the Chula Vista City Council next week.

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