- May 17
- By Maureen Cavanaugh
SB-50 was shelved for this year, and won’t be debated again until 2020.
- May 17
- Dan Boyce/American Homefront
While President Trump pushes Congress to create a new military branch called the Space Force, the Pentagon is about to choose a permanent home for its existing Space Command.
A new version of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" comes to town, the San Diego Museum of Art expands its notion of Spanish art, and an underrated 1990s band returns to town.
San Diego City Council approves a limited ban on people living in their vehicles, homeless deaths increase by more than 50% in San Diego, and asylum seekers, who are forced to "remain in Mexico," struggle to make it to their court hearings in the United States.
San Diego-based Sempra Energy ceremonially opened its new Cameron liquid natural gas plant on the Louisiana Gulf Coast Tuesday. The plant is designed to export LNG to other nations and marks Sempra's entry into the currently lucrative global LNG market.
Father Joe's Villages has launched what is considered the region's first street health program for homeless individuals.
Bill McKibben has been sounding the alarm about human-caused climate change for more than 30 years. He is the founder of the seminal environmental group 350.org, so named because 350 parts per million is considered the safe concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Carbon concentrations surpassed 415 parts per million this week.
- May 15
- By Priya Sridhar
In the aftermath of the shooting at the Chabad of Poway synagogue, questions have been raised about what could have been done to prevent the attack. Law enforcement faces many challenges in monitoring potentially violent extremists online.
The San Diego Association of Governments 29th annual Bike to Work Day is Thursday.
Six Roman Catholic dioceses in California, including San Diego, are creating a program to compensate people who were sexually abused by priests as children, in return for them promising not to sue.