Pastors say the distrust means members of their congregations don’t go to the doctor regularly, exacerbating the community’s already heightened risks for heart disease and stroke.
- July 25
- Ben Bradford / Capital Public Radio
The morning of the first day of the Democratic National Convention was marked with turmoil as Bernie Sanders supporters continue to express their dissatisfaction with the party's nomination process.
If you smell it, it’s there. Some solvents used in auto body stripping and painting shops are unhealthy to breathe.
Research has shown the positive effects of having dogs, cats and other animals on people with depression or post-traumatic stress disorder, or even patients recovering from a heart attack.
- July 25
- By Beth Accomando
Comic-Con 2016 wrapped Sunday night. During the four-day celebration of all things pop culture, there were hundreds of hours of programming, a film festival and the handing out of the Eisner Awards. Now it's back to the daily grind.
Donald Trump's Republican National Convention was, in a word, unusual. The Port of San Diego wants to redevelop the waterfront without an outdated master plan. And its North Embarcadero Visionary Plan was rendered moot by developers.
Advocates claim the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development formula for homeless funding is outdated and gives San Diego less money than cities with far fewer homeless people.
Looking for something to do this weekend that has nothing to do with Comic-Con? Here are some options.
The community theater group Circle Circle Dot Dot presents “The Best Goodbye,” a drama by San Diego playwright Gill Sotu. The play opens Saturday.
The UC San Diego Student-Run Free Clinic Project has reached a financial milestone: Its medical students, who treat indigent patients across the city, have promised to donate $1 million to continue the clinic’s work.