Susan Luzzaro 9:45 p.m., June 18
Donna Lee Darling, accused of trying to kill nonagenarian Benjamin Farber, gets her day in court on June 25.
Golf deep in the hole — San Diego no exception
Golf courses got overbuilt in anticipation of baby boomer retirements. But do boomers have patience for golf? Golfing is on the decline in San Diego. What to do with all that land?
Does El Cajon gobble more than its share at the tax trough?
Texas woos gunmakers — and everybody else
Today's civil war — states bribing companies to move — is a negative sum game for the nation.
Before he became a congressman, Ben Hueso threw his taxi-business-owning brother a bone.
Michael Clifford boasts that his for-profit college investments are winners, but woes suggest otherwise.
Doug Manchester needs no permits, just lawyers and ineffectual city government.
According to the Jacksonville Electric Authority, San Diegans pay the highest electricity rates in the U.S. There are examples that point to the fact that UCAN doesn’t do the best job at lobbying the California Public Utilities Commission to give residents a break; in fact, their relationship could be called “cozy.”
The Challenger disaster in Oceanside
Kevin Waddell didn’t know that transit authorities were watching him break into that spiffy Dodge Challenger at a North County Park & Ride.
Al fresco no bueno, say opponents of the sidewalk-café ordinance
Opponents of councilman Kevin Faulconer’s sidewalk-café ordinance say outdoor diners will create even more noise on the streets.
This video shows Bob Ames, UCAN chief operating officer, destroying documents. He was brought aboard in April, the month after UCAN CEO Michael Shames told staffers that unless complaints stopped, he would dissolve the organization. The complaints did not stop, and two whistleblowers are now in court. Ames wants to be named receiver.