- July 29
Victorugo Rodriguez Tello is one of hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers and immigrants living illegally in the U.S. who are waiting for outcomes in the severely backlogged immigration court system.
- July 23
A plan to beef up housing code enforcement and better reach renters is now underway in the city of San Diego.
- July 23
For the most recent fundraising period, Republican Jacquie Atkinson has raised less than 10 percent of the money that Democrat Scott Peters has in his bid for re-election next year.
- July 21
Assemblyman Brian Maienschein will not challenge embattled Democratic County Supervisor Dave Roberts for his Third District supervisorial seat in next year’s election.
- July 15
While overall autism diagnosis dramatically rose during the past few decades, a 16-year Danish study published last year found female diagnoses are rising at a faster rate.
- July 13
Environmental groups say SANDAG is responsible for creating a transportation plan that cuts emissions 80 percent by 2050 — a target Gov. Jerry Brown set — but SANDAG says meeting those reductions isn't its job alone.
- July 10
Four months ago hundreds of Tijuana's homeless were rounded up and put in drug rehabilitation centers, with city officials promising to pay for their treatment. Some centers say they've never been paid. And as many as 300 people caught in the sweep may be missing.
- June 26
New information reveals that upon his return from a secret meeting with a Southern California Edison executive in Poland, former California Public Utilities Commissioner Michael Peevey met with fellow Commissioner Mike Florio.
- June 23
For a Republican to beat Democratic Supervisor Dave Roberts next year, political analysts say the challenger will need name recognition, party support and a broadly popular message.
- June 12
With San Diego County Supervisor Dave Roberts engulfed in a scandal, his political survival may rest on a criminal inquiry and public perception.
- June 11
As the GOP field forms, political experts said San Diego County’s District 3 will be a big money race in 2016.
- June 3
Judge Gregory Pollack said attorney Cory Briggs knew the nonprofit he represented in litigation over the San Diego Convention Center expansion had been suspended by the state. “Mr. Briggs may be in a whole heap of trouble,” Pollack said.
- May 28
For years, the well-known environmental attorney has collected attorney fees and settlements on behalf of a network of charitable, nonprofit organizations he helped form. In many cases, the nonprofits repeatedly and persistently violated state and federal laws.
- May 27
The state 4th District Court of Appeal ruled Monday that a summary of an assessment of senior NCTD managers should be made public. inewsource had sued for the release of the full report, while NCTD argued none of it should be made public.
- May 21
Board members Lizbeth Ecke and Bob Ayers say they were asked to resign from the board at the Ecke YMCA after objecting to a decision to eliminate discounted youth memberships at all of San Diego County's 12 YMCAs.
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