The temporary fire station relocation is part of a $6.3 million rebuilding project. The current station at 3902 Ninth Ave. will be demolished and rebuilt.
The region’s roadways have gotten safer for motorists and their passengers in recent years, but pedestrian fatalities were up 53 percent last year compared to 2007.
- June 3
- By Andrew Bowen
San Diego’s largest public transit operator is working toward a November rollout of stored value on the Compass Card. The function was part of the initial plans for the card but has been on hold for years.
- May 30
- By Amita Sharma
A searchable website contains more than 100,000 emails and other records that detail the California Public Utilities Commission's dealings with state utility companies over issues such as the shutdown of San Onofre.
While the San Diego County HIV numbers were dropping from 492 cases in 2011 to 467 in 2013, the latest numbers indicate a slight resurgence, with 13 more cases in 2014 than in 2013.
A scathing but flawed report adds credence to long-standing complaints of financial mismanagement at the San Ysidro School District.
A broad-based fundraising network and a constellation of well-funded political action committees have given San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer plenty of firepower. That’s not so much the case with his two opponents.
A major San Diego hospital’s yearlong video surveillance of women undergoing surgery to track missing drugs raises questions about hospital operations and security.
Voters across the county have been casting early ballots for more than a week, and it should soon become clear which candidates in several hard-fought contests have the turnout advantage heading into the election on June 7.
- May 17
- By Steve Walsh
The VA program was started in 2014 to curb wait times by letting veterans see a doctor outside the system, but it failed. A San Diego veteran and others describe the problems with Choice.
While San Diego's aging dams have passed their latest inspections, government agencies make little information public about the threat a failure would pose.
San Diego Unified didn't publicly acknowledge that it had been the subject of a federal inquiry until inewsource reported about the 16-month sexual assault investigation last week.
Using data from the San Diego City Clerk's Office website, the app allows users to search campaign contributions to San Diego politicians, ballot measures and independent committees.
The U.S. Department of Education has closed an investigation after more than 16 months into San Diego Unified School District’s mishandling of a sexual assault at an elementary school.
The La Mesa hospital's security operations turned to video surveillance when anesthesia drugs started disappearing from surgery carts. Images of women undergoing surgery were captured in the process.