skip to main content

Listen

Read

Watch

Schedules

Programs

Events

Give

Account

Donation Heart Ribbon

North County

Demonstrators Rally Outside Congressman Hunter's Office

Demonstrators Rally Outside Congressman Hunter's Office

Feb. 24
By City News Service

Demonstrators opposed to the repeal of the Affordable Care Act and to President Trump's immigration policies rallied Thursday a short distance from a district office of Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Alpine.

Vista Town Hall On Health Care Proceeds Without Congressman Issa

Vista Town Hall On Health Care Proceeds Without Congressman Issa

Feb. 22
By Elma Gonzalez, Susan Murphy

With standing room only, hundreds of people including District 49 constituents, local groups and others gathered Tuesday night at the Jim Porter Recreation Center in Vista for an "Emergency Town Hall On Health Care." Their guest, Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Vista, did not attend, as expected.

Town Hall On Health Care To Go Ahead With Or Without Issa

Town Hall On Health Care To Go Ahead With Or Without Issa

Feb. 21
By Alison St John

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Vista, may not attend a town hall meeting on health care in Vista Tuesday night, but organizers said they will go ahead without him.

Rep. Issa's Constituents Call On Him To Attend Town Hall On Health ...

Rep. Issa's Constituents Call On Him To Attend Town Hall On Health Care

Feb. 15
By Alison St John

Constituents in the 49th Congressional District have invited Rep. Darrell Issa to a town hall meeting focusing on health care next week.

Seismic Research Explores San Onofre's Earthquake, Tsunami Risks

Seismic Research Explores San Onofre's Earthquake, Tsunami Risks

Feb. 16
By Alison St John

New seismic research from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography explores the earthquake and tsunami threats to the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station site, where nuclear waste will be stored indefinitely. The results will be presented Thursday night to Edison's Community Engagement Panel.

Old Carlsbad Power Plant’s Environmental Toll Will Persist

Old Carlsbad Power Plant’s Environmental Toll Will Persist

Feb. 15
By Ingrid Lobet / inewsource

The Encina Power Station, whose landmark stacks were built in 1954, will probably keep running through next year even though it is taking a toll on marine life.

'We've Come Too Far To Go Back' Say Elderly Activists Protesting Tr...

'We've Come Too Far To Go Back' Say Elderly Activists Protesting Trump Administration

Feb. 14
By Susan Murphy

A group of 50 women in their 80s, 90s and 100s marched last month with walkers and canes through their Seacrest Village retirement home in Encinitas in solidarity with the nationwide Women’s Marches. Now, the seniors have put down their handmade signs and picked up pens and paper.

Oceanside Budgets $1 Million For Pier Upkeep

Oceanside Budgets $1 Million For Pier Upkeep

Feb. 7
By Alison St John

Maintaining the longest wooden pier on the West Coast is not cheap — Oceanside has budgeted more than $1 million for repairs this year.

Waiting Lists For Affordable Housing, But Retail Space Sits Empty

Waiting Lists For Affordable Housing, But Retail Space Sits Empty

Feb. 7
By Alison St John

Mixed-use housing developments are supposed to make denser communities sustainable, convenient and affordable. But that vision is threatened by a trend emerging in some North County communities: new retail storefronts can’t find tenants.

At 31, Cal State San Marcos Basketball Player Keeps His Teammates Y...

At 31, Cal State San Marcos Basketball Player Keeps His Teammates Young

Feb. 6
By Kenny Goldberg

Stefawn Payne is a Marine staff sergeant, a 31-year-old college freshman, is happily married, a new father and he plays on his school's basketball team.

CSUSM Challenges Higher Education Stereotypes

CSUSM Challenges Higher Education Stereotypes

Feb. 2
By Alison St John

The President of Cal State University San Marcos, Karen Haynes, said the 15,000 students now enrolled at the university defy stereotypes of students in higher education.

North County Homeless Benefit From Gift, Stand Down

North County Homeless Benefit From Gift, Stand Down

Jan. 27
By Alison St John

Two pieces of good news for the homeless in North County this week: More than 100 veterans are registered for the first ever “Veterans Stand Down” in Vista this weekend. Plus a $3 million donation will help build a new Recovery and Wellness Center for homeless struggling with addiction.

San Diego Water Officials Declare Drought Over

San Diego Water Officials Declare Drought Over

Jan. 26
By Erik Anderson

San Diego County water managers say the region's nearly six-year drought is officially over and they are looking for state officials to agree.

After Years Of Delay, 'One Paseo' Project Breaks Ground

After Years Of Delay, 'One Paseo' Project Breaks Ground

Jan. 25
By Andrew Bowen

One Paseo, the dense mixed-use development in Carmel Valley that prompted multiple back-and-forth votes at the City Council, has symbolically broken ground.

Debate Over Nuclear Waste Storage Could Change With New Administration

Debate Over Nuclear Waste Storage Could Change With New Administration

Jan. 25
By Alison St John

Plans to store San Onofre’s spent nuclear fuel in canisters 100 feet from the ocean are running a little behind schedule. But the new Republican administration in Washington DC won’t change the debate over where to store nuclear waste.

Older Stories ›