Stories by Katie Orr
The San Diego City Council today approved spending $200,000 to save a job-training program from going dormant a second time.
Arts organizations in San Diego could see their public funding double over the next five years.
Republican City Councilman and San Diego mayoral candidate Carl DeMaio held a news conference today to announce he’s creating a bipartisan job creation coalition made up of people from across the political spectrum. That includes several members from a group called Movement To the Middle, which was created during the primaries.
Turmoil in the international financial markets and changing retirement benefits mean San Diego could owe significantly more to its pension fund next year.
San Diego’s city attorney says the state needs to reform how its courts handle lawsuits.
The city of San Diego doesn’t have much power over the local school board. But a lot of voters have kids in school, so it becomes an issue politicians weigh in on.
A trade group says California’s effort to slow global warming may put a deep freeze on the state’s economy.