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.
DMV statistics reveal the agency took action against the licenses of 4,388 to 6,389 drivers with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or dementia each year over the last decade. That's far fewer than the estimated 50,000 people who develop the disease in the state annually.
A shallow underground plume of toxic chemical that can migrate into buildings extends for 1.3 miles through El Cajon.
A state court has modified its opinion concerning San Diego attorney Cory Briggs’ “criminal” behavior, but denied a rehearing on the issue.
Voters throughout San Diego County are being asked to weigh in on bond measures impacting taxes and school infrastructure for decades.
Scott Peters ranks as one of the the House members most likely to vote against his fellow party members while Darrell Issa is among his caucus's more reliable votes.
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.
Paul Pfingst, who is representing Briggs, is confident language in the opinion concerning criminal behavior will be changed after the court recognizes it “made a mistake.”