The nonpartisan Legislative Analyst’s Office said Thursday most of the deficit comes from lower than expected tax revenues this year.
San Diego County supervisors on Tuesday voted to spend another $3 million to help migrants and asylum seekers. In other news, the San Diego Housing Commission is getting a new CEO, after searching for a new leader for almost two years. Plus, a profile of a local man who calls himself an ethical hacker.
- Israel's map and evacuation messages for Gaza are adding to the chaos
- Sen. Bernie Sanders says aid to Israel should be conditional, citing the toll on Gaza
- Israel presses U.N. to investigate charges of sexual violence by Hamas fighters
- Gazan journalist says over 20 members of his family were killed in airstrike
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Niko Behar calls himself a hacker, and he’s learned their tricks to protect clients and the general public from being impersonated online and having their information compromised.
The scams highlighted by the court in a recent announcement typically involve individuals asking for money orders or cash in order to resolve outstanding warrants, failures to appear for jury duty, or other court-related fines and fees.
It is 9.8 cents less than one week ago and 41.2 cents lower than one month ago, but 16.8 cents more than one year ago.
To commemorate the 82nd anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks which launched the United States into World War II, the USS Midway Museum will today host a ceremony on its flight deck with a wreath laying and missing-man flyover.
This weekend in the arts: Evan Apodaca at Athenaeum Art Center, a Sew Loka fashion show, the Messiah in Spanish, Malashock Dance at Space 4 Art, live music picks and lots more.
Wednesday evening, city of San Diego Lifeguards and other first responders will do a countdown just before the hospital lights go out at 6 p.m., and then signal back and forth with patients and their families inside the hospital windows.
San Diego County credit union executives see big pay raises while customers pay millions in overdraft feesCredit unions chartered in California collected over $250 million in overdraft fee revenue in 2022. A KPBS investigation found some credit union executives in San Diego saw their compensation balloon in recent years.
This year will be the fourth straight that admissions to UC San Diego Health hospitals due to falls from the border wall will set a new record. The streak started in 2019, when the Trump administration raised the border wall height from 17 to 30 feet.
- This African bird will lead you to honey, if you call to it in just the right way
- White House proposes to 'march in' on patents for costly drugs
- It's one of the biggest experiments in fighting global poverty. Now the results are in
- New California initiative seeks to make it easier to prosecute overdose deaths as homicides
New California initiative seeks to make it easier to prosecute overdose deaths as homicides
New California rules are crushing the solar industry
A tragic milestone: San Diego region reaches new high in border wall injuries
San Diego area credit unions lean into 'good guy' image while charging millions in overdraft fees
New Miramar child care center expected to shorten wait lists for military families
San Diego's airport is an unlikely art museum
Migrant advocates say county-funded center is mismanaged and lacks transparency
Harborside Park closure highlights Chula Vista's parkland divide
Transgender Awareness Week: San Diego stories from a safe space
The California Festival brings the San Diego Symphony to Tijuana for a rare concert
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A proposed ballot initiative could make it easier to prosecute overdose deaths as homicides. In other news, San Diego County will not be implementing a new law next month that expands who can be involuntarily treated for substance abuse disorders. Plus, we learn about Kumeyaay culture and how it’s being preserved.
- A record number of fossil fuel representatives are at this year's COP28 climate talks
- Local Christmas tree farm offers sustainable way to enjoy holiday season
- Colombia is the most dangerous country in the world for environmental defenders
- San Diego researchers seek key to understanding volatile anchovy population shifts