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San Diego Addressing Concerns Over SDSU Stadium Plan, California Still Small Fish In Super Tuesday Pond, San Diego Porn Site Owner Faces New Charges And More
San Diego State’s offer for the Mission Valley stadium is raising a few concerns from the Independent Budget Analyst and City Attorney’s Office. California moved its presidential primaries to March but it is still not getting the attention from candidates. Plus, the San Diego Humane Society is accused of releasing adoptable cats back to the streets. And, San Diego adult ... Read more →
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The city attorney’s office and independent budget analyst raised concerns about the offer last week. Their concerns included the offer only including inflation for a portion of the property and the requirement that the city set aside $10 million for infrastructure surrounding the stadium site.
The state moved its primary up from June to March, with backers hoping for more sway in presidential primaries. But to some of the people who attended this weekend’s California Democratic Party convention in Long Beach, the jury’s still out.
- Nov. 18
- By Claire Trageser
Since taking over animal control services for San Diego and several other cities last year, the San Diego Humane Society has allowed more than 1,200 stray cats to be released back to the streets.
The new charges come amid the ongoing civil fraud trial against GirlsDoPorn.com owner Michael Pratt. The civil trial is expected to wrap up this week.
The group's latest album, "Build Bridges," debuted No. 1 last month on Billboard's contemporary jazz chart.
A collaborative inquiry finds hundreds of California law enforcement officers with criminal backgrounds. The nation's highest court could decide the future for nearly a million undocumented immigrants. Wildfires destroy more than structures, a look at the impact on survivors' mental health.
- Nov. 15
- By Beth Accomando
Thanksgiving is around the corner so Midday Movies turned to its film critics to ask what films they are thankful for.
Chula Vista native Rita Fernandez is San Diego's first Immigration Affairs Manager. She discusses what she hopes to accomplish in her new position and what she learned from a similar job she held in Los Angeles.
- Nov. 14
- By Jade Hindmon
Secretary of State Alex Padilla partners with Equality California Institute to train poll workers on how to engage with voters whose gender identity, expression or pronouns do not appear to match their name on the voter rolls.
- Nov. 14
- Domenico Montanaro / NPR
Acting U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine William Taylor and top State Department official George Kent testified in an open hearing Wednesday, the first of many to come in the impeachment inquiry.
This week, the San Diego County Registrar of Voters will begin mailing out 1.8 million postcards to remind voters that their political party registration determines which presidential primary ballot they will receive for the March election.