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Border Apprehensions And Detentions, Explained

Border Apprehensions And Detentions, Explained

Dec. 7
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource

Immigration figures released this week show the lowest number of people trying to cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally in decades. Meanwhile, deportations of people living illegally in the United States are up significantly.

New Law In San Diego Firms Up Government Transparency

New Law In San Diego Firms Up Government Transparency

Dec. 5
By Brad Racino / inewsource

The San Diego City Council voted unanimously Monday to fix a vaguely worded law requiring anyone doing business with the city to disclose their identities.

San Diego Christian College Replaces CFO Amid Questions About Schoo...

San Diego Christian College Replaces CFO Amid Questions About School’s Finances

Nov. 28
By Megan Wood / inewsource

Following an inewsource investigation into the finances of San Diego Christian College, a school official confirmed Monday that Steve Chaney is no longer its chief financial officer.

‘Extraordinary Audit’ Of San Ysidro School District Moving Forward

‘Extraordinary Audit’ Of San Ysidro School District Moving Forward

Nov. 21
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource

The state agency that will investigate potential fraud or misuse of funds involving two former top administrators at the San Ysidro School District has signed an agreement to conduct what is called an “extraordinary audit.”

America's Wall

America's Wall

Nov. 13
By Jean Guerrero, Leo Castaneda / inewsource

This project is a KPBS and inewsource investigation about the existing barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border ahead of President Trump's promised wall. Using previously undisclosed government data, we reveal the impact of construction over time.

San Ysidro School District Picks L.A. Educator As Fill-In Superinte...

San Ysidro School District Picks L.A. Educator As Fill-In Superintendent

Nov. 7
By City News Service

After its interim superintendent resigned Friday following allegations of financial mismanagement, the San Ysidro school board voted 4-1 Monday to name a Los Angeles-area educator to take over temporarily as the district’s top administrator.

Judge Tentatively Orders MTS To Unblock Doorway At Bus Terminal In ...

Judge Tentatively Orders MTS To Unblock Doorway At Bus Terminal In San Ysidro

Nov. 6
By Amita Sharma

The blocked doorway forced travelers in San Ysidro, next to the border with Mexico, to take a long detour to and from the bus terminal and the McDonald's trolley station building.

Two Ways Natural Gas May Be Escaping At Your Meter

Two Ways Natural Gas May Be Escaping At Your Meter

Nov. 6
By Ingrid Lobet / inewsource

Natural gas is leaking — sometimes deliberately — from residential gas meters up and down the state of California. That surprise is buried in state documents, a review by inewsource has found.

San Ysidro School Trustee Calls For Top Official’s Resignation, All...

San Ysidro School Trustee Calls For Top Official’s Resignation, Alleges Financial Misdeeds

Nov. 2
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource

The San Ysidro School District serves some of the poorest students in San Diego County, but its school board is mired in controversy over allegations of financial mismanagement by an ex-superintendent and his successor.

Christian College Claims Inaccuracies In Story But Is Mum On Details

Christian College Claims Inaccuracies In Story But Is Mum On Details

Nov. 2
By Megan Wood / inewsource

At close-of-business Tuesday, an official at San Diego Christian College emailed parents and students alleging our investigation about questionable expenses “presents information regarding SDC that is inaccurate.”

San Diego Makes Big Stride Toward Government Transparency

San Diego Makes Big Stride Toward Government Transparency

Nov. 1
By Brad Racino / inewsource

After more than a year of inewsource stories on the topic, the San Diego Rules Committee on Wednesday firmed up a vague law called Section 225 that mandates everyone doing business with the city disclose the financial interests behind the deal.

Appeals Court Orders State Regulators To Submit Key San Onofre Emai...

Appeals Court Orders State Regulators To Submit Key San Onofre Emails For Possible Public Release

Oct. 31
By Amita Sharma

San Diego Consumer lawyer Mike Aguirre has long asked for the communications on grounds they may reveal how ratepayers got saddled with a $3.3 billion bill for the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station's closure following a radioactive leak.

Christian College Can’t Explain $20 Million In Expenses; Agency Cit...

Christian College Can’t Explain $20 Million In Expenses; Agency Cites ‘Very Sketchy’ Budget

Oct. 31
By Megan Wood / inewsource

San Diego Christian College, a nearly 50-year-old nonprofit school in Santee, can’t account for more than $20 million in expenses that are supposed to be detailed on its public tax returns.

Mexican Billionaire Drops Potential Bombshell Against Former DA Dum...

Mexican Billionaire Drops Potential Bombshell Against Former DA Dumanis One Day Before His Sentencing

Oct. 26
By Amita Sharma

A Mexican billionaire convicted of illegally funneling hundreds of thousand of dollars to San Diego candidates said he informed Bonnie Dumanis that he was a foreign national during her 2012 mayoral campaign.

San Diego Business Owner Suing CPUC Over Its Handling Of SDG&E's Re...

San Diego Business Owner Suing CPUC Over Its Handling Of SDG&E's Request To Bill Ratepayers

Oct. 25
By Amita Sharma

Ruth Hendricks, owner of "The Huddle" restaurant in San Diego, is suing the California Public Utilities Commission over its handling of San Diego Gas & Electric’s request to bill customers $379 million for the 2007 wildfires.

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