Stories by Neiko Will
No more lawns, judicious flushing and severe punishments for water wasters could be coming, as state and local agencies unveil conservation plans. Critics call for more oversight of the Civic San Diego development agency. And San Diego reaches a settlement in a conflict of interest case involving San Diego attorney Cory Briggs.
San Diego Unified staff has been busy handling transcript requests from immigrants looking to take advantage of the new Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. So busy, in fact, that the office designated for such requests will serve at least a month longer than originally expected.
San Diego Unified removed solar panels that posed a potential fire risk from 24 schools. But, the district plans to add new solar panels at 15 more.
Suicides among San Diego veterans are up this year. The VA takes steps to keep up with the growing problem.
So much for the lazy days of summer for some San Diego High School Students. They're teaming up with the San Diego Repertory Theatre on its production of "Zoot Suit."
The Salton Sea State Recreation Area is slated for closure on July 1st. But an organization is working with the state and private donors to keep the park open.
Some say it’s cruel. Others say it’s delicious. But either way foie gras will not be sold in San Diego eateries after July 1st.
The San Diego City Council is expected to vote Tuesday on renaming a city street after Harvey Milk who is recognized as one of the first openly gay politicians to hold public office in the United States.
April 17th -- tomorrow -- is tax day. If you haven't filed yet, you are not alone. The IRS reports a third of taxpayers wait until April to file.
A Carmel Valley high school closed its doors on Friday due to a possible outbreak of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus or MRSA.
Palomar Mountain State Park is one of 70 slated for permanent closure this year. A local group is trying to save it.
A cluster of earthquakes has been rattling the Imperial Valley, centered at the southern tip of the Salton Sea.
The fire at Old Town Community Church destroyed more than the sanctuary. Local artists who created the artwork at Old Town Community Church in the 1940s have passed away, making the work irreplaceable.