- Aug. 21
Lamont Holman of San Diego allegedly was one of four people — two men and two women — in a car that approached 28-year-old Cordell King in April 2011.
- Aug. 21
Hoover High School in the City Heights neighborhood of San Diego will soon become one of the first San Diego Unified campuses with a wellness center.
- Aug. 20
The City Heights Restorative Community Conference Pilot Project takes qualified youth offenders and puts them in face-to-face meetings with their victims and community stakeholders. Together, the parties work out customized plans designed to repair the harm done.
- Aug. 19
Surviving the transition from middle school to high school can be awkward and intimidating for many students. Hoover High School in City Heights has a solution —it's called Cardinal Camp.
- Aug. 18
City Heights wants to be next on the list of San Diego communities with a neighborhood gateway sign.
- Aug. 13
A New York Times article alleged San Diego police officers were using facial recognition technology without cause and without proper privacy protections.
- Aug. 3
The funding from the state Department of Housing and Community Development comes on top of funding last year that will pay for construction of a skate park at the site — Park De La Cruz on Landis Street.
- July 28
Dionte Smith and Jennifer Lee Whitmer are accused of being a part of group that shot 28-year-old Cordell King.
- July 27
The department has increased accountability and cultural sensitivity training for officers, but holes remain in its early warning system for problem officers.
- July 24
San Diego police arrested Jennifer Whitmer and Dionte Simpson. They are suspected of being a part of a group that approached Cordell King in 2011.
- July 23
Under District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis' interpretation of the law, minors could potentially get charges harsher than those doled out to adults for the same crime.
- July 23
City staff recommends removing the so-called "Portland Loo" located at 14th and L streets. They said the restroom has required repairs at double the rate of the one at Park and Market.
- July 23
A plan to beef up housing code enforcement and better reach renters is now underway in the city of San Diego.
- July 17
First they reclaimed an old strip mall on El Cajon Boulevard. Now, young business owners are reclaiming Utah Street in San Diego's North Park neighborhood.
- July 14
Transit officials approved San Diego's first new taxi permit since the 1980s Tuesday, with hundreds more on deck.
- July 8
Offered as reparations for extending Interstate 15 through City Heights, the Centerline project will help residents catch buses to job centers.
- July 7
Marti Emerald represents City Heights, Kensington, Mountain View and other neighborhoods in District 9. After a year that included a breast cancer diagnosis and a wedding, Emerald decided not to seek re-election.
- July 7
An accidental shooting in City Heights left a man in his 20s with an ankle wound and prompted a brief lockdown at Rosa Parks Elementary School.
- July 2
Uber and Lyft will join rideshare company Opoli at the airport after ending a dispute over background checks.
- July 1
Zoning changes mean the four-lane Chollas Parkway could one day go from pavement to playground.
- June 26
For the first time, the San Diego Police Department is showing the public how it trains against racial profiling. A resident from southeastern San Diego went through the training and shared the experience.
- June 19
The majority of refugees coming to the San Diego region now settle in El Cajon.
- June 15
San Diego State researchers are using a "Veil of Darkness" to examine claims of police racial profiling.
- June 9
Rules prohibiting tobacco sales near schools, libraries and parks could soon be lifted in the city of San Diego. But the looser restrictions would come with tighter regulation of e-cigarettes.
- June 2
San Diego school officials took a hard stance last summer on going soft. They cut the number of student offenses resulting in automatic expulsion from 15 to five. The result? Fewer expulsions.