- Feb. 23
A San Diego man who came under scrutiny following an investigation into repeat code violations at his properties appears to be getting out of the landlord business.
- Feb. 23
A San Diego lawyer who has built a reputation on fighting for the environment and against government abuse runs a business that runs contrary to his public interest persona.
- Feb. 20
The name apparently comes from the garage where a van he was in was taken after it crashed near the Mexican border about 100 miles east of San Diego in June 1999.
- Feb. 19
Mayor Kevin Faulconer said he would beef up code enforcement following a KPBS and Voice of San Diego investigation that shows the city is leaving tenants in the lurch despite state protections against substandard housing conditions.
- Feb. 19
San Diego's code compliance team issues thousands of isolated complaints a year against landlords but does little to hold repeat offenders accountable. Residents and city staff have lodged complaints against one landlord for years, but roaches and mold still fester in his apartments.
- Feb. 16
Few immigrants in the U.S. illegally who are shot by Border Patrol agents survive, and in even fewer cases is an agent found to have used excessive force.
- Feb. 10
Nearly 51,000 California kindergarteners — in both public and private schools— began the 2014-2015 school year lacking one or more recommended vaccinations against diseases.
- Feb. 9
The women serve as enforcers who still turn tricks — but they reap none of the profits and are used to shield pimps from police scrutiny.
- Feb. 4
A crusade by Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia got the ethics laws passed to make it easier for the public to hold politicians and government officials accountable, but the measures did get watered down to win approval.
- Jan. 30
The search comes one month after Michael Peevey stepped down as president of the powerful California Public Utilities Commission.
- Jan. 29
- Midday Edition
Immunologists are raising the alarm about what they say is our collective amnesia over the damage these diseases have wrought in the past.
- Jan. 27
The lawsuit stems from a formal complaint U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy filed related to the federal asset forfeiture program. The complaint isn't against someone — it's against the money itself.
- Jan. 26
A federal program allowing police to seize money and assets related to drug trafficking has been good to San Diego County’s cops and prosecutors, providing nearly $30 million to their agencies between 2007 and 2014.
- Jan. 21
One year after federal prosecutors accused a Mexican tycoon and others of campaign finance crimes, a question remains: Is there enough evidence to charge the politicians who benefited from the money?
- Jan. 19
A change in the whooping cough vaccine may be contributing to more teens getting the illness.