A lack of poll workers across the county who speak certain languages has made voting more difficult for some voters, advocates for immigrants say.
There’s now a push for greater tenant protections amid a sky-high housing market and a growing homelessness crisis.
Meet the muralist behind some of the iconic art that decorates San Diego.
The Youth Opportunity Pass pilot program offers free public transit rides to those 18 and under.
Nearly 30 high school students from City Heights have just returned from a scientific adventure in Baja California.
Part of the new rules look to create fair access to the devices across all San Diego neighborhoods.
A free mental and behavioral health program is improving the lives of immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers in San Diego.
Groundbreaking artist Kenya (Robinson) leading 'Counter Surveillance' curriculum for at-risk local youthThe AjA Project program will ultimately be taught by peer educators in the San Diego Juvenile Court and Community Schools program, empowering young people to teach each other how to successfully reclaim technology.
Just in time for another heat wave, San Diego’s Mountain View community finally has a new pool.
Juneteenth is the commemoration of the end of slavery specifically in Galveston, Texas, more than two years after the Emancipation Proclamation was issued.
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