- May 20
Crawford High School in City Heights has been piloting a new lunch menu to reach out to its Muslim students. Once a week, students can pick up a special halal meal.
- May 14
San Diego is working on a Climate Action Plan that includes goals of boosting public transit ridership. But many decisions about adding bus and trolley services aren't made by the city. They're made by an agency being sued for spending too much of its funding on freeways and roads.
- May 13
The on-demand shuttle would pick up downtown residents and visitors for little or no cost. But taxi drivers spoke out against the plan at a budget hearing.
- May 12
For nearly 2½ hours Monday night, community members shared their thoughts on San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer's proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
- May 11
You can share your thoughts on San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer's proposed fiscal 2016 budget at a City Council meeting Monday evening.
- May 8
The San Diego chapter of the American Planners Association awarded City Heights youth for their efforts to bring a skate park to their community.
- May 5
San Diego airport officials have given rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft the OK to pick up passengers. But a month later, none have staked a claim at Lindbergh Field.
- May 4
A group of mid-city residents has found a new strategy for coping with drought. They've formed a support group of sorts for neighbors interested in conservation.
- April 29
The Metropolitan Transit System can continue processing the 1,516 permit requests taxi drivers began filing in March when a cap was lifted.
- April 24
San Diegans who receive rental assistance are having a harder time finding landlords willing to accept their Section 8 vouchers.
- April 24
Some 50,000 Vietnamese refugees passed through Camp Pendleton in the months following the fall of Saigon. The size and duration of the crisis caused a shift in the way the United States approached resettlement, and paved the path for Burmese, East African and Iraqi refugees arriving in San Diego today.
- April 13
Mayor Kevin Faulconer's proposal could mean the city will begin treating substandard housing the way it treats marijuana dispensaries and derelict foreclosures: proactively.
- April 9
Building a career is no easy task for those in the National Guard who have to balance their commitments to a civilian job and their military training.
- April 7
Transit riders and business owners doubted the bus line could bring the same convenience and vibrancy a trolley would.
- April 7
In advance of Mayor Kevin Faulconer's budget proposal, KPBS asked people from across the city where they want to see the city spend more and less money.
- April 3
Authorities announced a reward of up to $2,000 Friday for information leading to the arrest of the vandal or vandals responsible for at least 15 arson fires that have plagued City Heights-area neighborhoods in recent weeks.
- March 31
The city says Wednesday's change will create opportunity in the taxi industry. But taxicab owners predict financial ruin.
- March 30
San Diego community clinic representatives are back from a week of lobbying in the nation's capitol. They're asking Congress to extend a key funding source for safety-net clinics before it expires Sept. 30.
- March 24
The number of cabs allowed on San Diego roadways is set to go from 993 to an unlimited number on April 1. A coalition of cab owners is trying to stop that.
- March 13
The City Heights Community Development Corporation partnered with Wakeland Housing & Development Corporation to renovate 10 properties in the City Heights neighborhood.
- March 13
The arson spree began shortly after 2:30 a.m. and ended around 4:40 a.m. No injuries were reported and damage was minor, he said.
- March 5
Investigators sought Thursday to determine who set a series of small arson fires along in a City Heights neighborhood overnight.
- Feb. 25
Councilwoman Marti Emerald has ordered an independent review of the Police Department's data.
- Feb. 23
A San Diego landlord has come under scrutiny for renting apartments with roaches and mold, and some of those units are part of a federal program to house low-income residents.
- Feb. 23
A San Diego man who came under scrutiny following an investigation into repeat code violations at his properties appears to be getting out of the landlord business.