California’s elections watchdog dings two of the anti-Measure B campaign’s largest donors for not disclosing contributions but mystery behind money remains.
See how the county has changed over the past three decades.
For this week’s look into public data, we thought we’d post some interesting tools created by the scientists and mapmakers at Climate Central, an independent, nonprofit research organization. With their maps you can choose a location and dial up the sea level rise to see what might be submerged. This hasn’t been available before.
- Dec. 1
- By Amita Sharma
The jury deadlocked in September on whether Jose Susumo Azano Matsura illegally possessed a gun, and the judge declared a mistrial.
In psychiatric hospitals, the use of seclusion and restraint are strategies of last resort, only to be used with those deemed a danger to themselves or others and when other efforts fail.
- Nov. 25
- Ingrid Lobet / inewsource
Energy experts say the project, which shaped the region’s electricity system and its cost to ratepayers, should have attracted greater attention in 2003.
African-American physicians are in short supply locally and nationally. With Dr. Richard Butcher's death, San Diego lost an important one.
Flights that break the late-night takeoff curfew at San Diego International Airport are increasingly facing fines.
In light of the history of waterfront development in San Diego, here are four things to keep an eye on with the new Seaport project.
Chemotherapy patients are likely to avoid potentially lethal complications if their side effects can be managed in a physician’s office instead of a hospital.
A nonprofit behind a six-figure contribution to a group opposing the proposed Lilac Hills Ranch development in Valley Center will not have to disclose its donors before the election.
In the last year, the team has contributed more money to a political campaign than anyone else in the city as it tries to persuade voters to support the ballot measure that would allow construction of a downtown stadium.
Eight months after a failed natural gas well was finally brought under control in Los Angeles County, the cause remains unknown.
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?
The fight over Lilac Hills Ranch has made strange bedfellows of environmentalists and developers, spawned three complaints with California's elections watchdog and seen a six-figure donation from a nonprofit that refuses to disclose its source of funds.