San Diego County prosecutors are readying for an anticipated spike in drunk driving during the holidays. Traffic deaths slightly increased over the Thanksgiving weekend.
- Dec. 8
- By Andrew Bowen
It's only been a month since voters legalized marijuana, but dozens of people are already seeing reduced sentences for marijuana crimes. Hundreds and potentially thousands more could see their criminal records changed.
- Dec. 8
- By Kenny Goldberg
Breast-feeding rates in the U.S. fall short of federal goals, especially among African-American and Latina women. Some experts believe these disparities are due more to socioeconomic factors than race.
Researchers are expanding their understanding of the natural world all the time. But do those breakthroughs filter down to the policies that dictate how we handle our natural resources?
He will be painting, exhibiting and talking cartoons during his “Beatles Cartoon Pop Art Show” this weekend.
The Imperial Irrigation District is demanding that the state have a 10-year plan for the management of the Salton Sea by the end of the year or it will not agree to a proposed Colorado River drought deal.
Belle Benchley, the first female zoo director and Bertha Pendleton, the first woman and first African American San Diego school superintendent, are among the 28 women whose stories are told.
Emerald was elected to the council in 2008. The beginning of her time in office coincided with the Great Recession. She also changed districts and dealt with the resignation of former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner.
“Pearl Harbor And The Day of Infamy” is a 24-page comic book by historian Jay Wertz being released Wednesday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
- Dec. 7
- Elizabeth Aguilera / CALmatters
They say they'll block access if the Trump administration tries to identify immigrants here illegally using state data.