San Diego has one of the least affordable housing markets in the county. And a new report sponsored by the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce says things could get even worse.
- July 21
- By Andrew Bowen
A proposal to build 18 fire stations in San Diego failed to get enough votes on the City Council on Tuesday. The measure looked to be headed for the November ballot, but one council member withdrew her support.
Now that Donald Trump is the Republican nominee, what are his chances of winning? Well, you could look at the polls, you could ask your friends, or you could check where the money's going.
Former Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper started his law enforcement career with the San Diego Police Department in 1966. He's written a new book, "To Protect and Serve: How To Fix America's Police."
Conservative author Ann Coulter threw some red meat to California Republicans Wednesday morning as she spoke at the state's GOP convention delegation breakfast.
The ordinance banning single-use plastic bags from most grocery and drugs stores was passed 6-3. Environmental groups praised the ordinance as an important step toward reducing waste in landfills.
Dr. Janina Scarlet, founder of Superhero Therapy, incorporates pop culture characters to help patients cope with post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and depression.
California's delegation is returning for the second day of the Republican National Convention Tuesday morning after an opening night of speakers that included a reality star, a soap opera star and an actor.
Bishop Robert McElroy talks about his support for Proposition 62, which would eliminate California's death penalty.
Novelist Jewell Parker Rhodes wrote “Towers Falling" as a tool to start discussions among families and in classrooms.