- June 22
- By Associated Press
Senate Republicans would cut Medicaid, end penalties for people not buying insurance and erase a raft of tax increases as part of their long-awaited plan to scuttle President Barack Obama's health care law, congressional aides and lobbyists say.
San Diego officials Wednesday unveiled a dozen proposals designed to ease the city's lack of affordable housing.
Oceanside has large agricultural areas where farmers are very interested in the future potential of marijuana, but the city extended its ban on medical pot in April.
- June 22
- By Megan Burks
It is something we have been hearing a lot lately, so we headed to a San Diego school to see what it looks like in the classroom — and whether you can grade it.
The nonprofit Combat Arts San Diego will gather Saturday to unveil its latest mural at the Veterans of Foreign Wars building in Kearny Mesa.
My First Day is a podcast produced through the KPBS Explore project, an initiative to bring original content from and about the San Diego community.
Port commissioners and members of the Chula Vista City Council approved an agreement Tuesday with RIDA Development to build the 1,450-room hotel and 275,000-square-foot convention center.
- June 20
- By City News Service
The Board of Supervisors has appointed veteran prosecutor Summer Stephan as interim District Attorney. She will replace four-term District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis, who is retiring, on July 7.
- June 21
- By Jean Guerrero
As President Trump looks to develop more barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border, criminal organizations are working to make tunnels harder to detect.
The San Diego Hunger Coalition said more than 125,000 lower income children in the region depend on free or reduced-priced lunches but just a fraction participate in summer meal programs.