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.”
- Oct. 11
- Pilar de Haro
inewsource analyzed 6,553 wage complaints filed with the Labor Commissioner’s Office in the past five years and found that workers collected what they were owed in only about 30 percent of cases that the commission verified.
An economist at University of California San Diego estimates that 220,000 workers in the county may be affected when temperatures exceed 85 degrees.
The developer of the controversial Lilac Hills Ranch project contributed $50,000 to the Republican Party of San Diego County shortly after the party voted to endorse the development.
- Oct. 3
- By Megan Burks
In 2015, KPBS and Voice of San Diego uncovered stacks of complaints about gas leaks, sewage backups and other housing problems linked to one San Diego County landlord. Nearly two years later, we checked in with his former tenants and found a new story — about San Diego's housing crisis.
As the debate over illegal immigration rages on during the presidential campaign’s homestretch, federal data provide a glimpse into how the Obama administration’s policy shift on deportations has played out in San Diego County.
The county's forests have provided shade, shelter and a connection to nature for thousands of years. But fire suppression, severe drought, insects and increasing carbon dioxide have put them under intense pressure, and they could disappear.
A survey of calls to San Diego’s help line shows many people suffering from drug and alcohol addiction face a number of other needs, particularly housing and mental health care.
- Sept. 26
- By Amita Sharma
California's state auditor says the PUC hasn't fully disclosed secret communications between the regulator and outside parties — among other problems.
The state court of appeal has denied local attorney Cory Briggs more than $258,000 in fees he sought against the city of San Diego, citing “unethical, unprofessional, or even illegal conduct…”
The Medical Board of California has dropped drug theft charges against a physician who appears in controversial surveillance videos that Sharp Grossmont Hospital took in a yearlong effort to nab those taking sedatives from its operating rooms.