Ian Anderson 5 p.m., Oct. 27
“Public servants only care about their pensions.”
Traffic Engineering division plays it street-smart — no emails
Professional sports are corrupt
The dictionary defines “sportsmanship” as “fair play; respect for opponents; polite behavior by someone who is competing in a sport.” That definition is woefully out of date. Now the definition of “sportsmanship” is “egregious greed; ...
Local cities reject Grand Jury recommendation
The 2015–2016 San Diego County Grand Jury Report on Citizen Oversight Boards of Police Behavior issued on May 25 recommended that seven cities establish citizen review boards or consider establishing regional boards. Jurors suggested that ...
7500 Africans and Haitians without money or housing.
Tijuana is no stranger to desperation. Vagrants, junkies, and deportees are ubiquitous in the streets. Stopping at traffic lights often means shooing away a sinewy street-twitch, scheming to wipe down your windshield with a filthy ...
But San Diego is an exception
There is a battle in our society: jockstraps versus aesthetes; violence versus violins. The struggle is between lovers of sports and lovers of the arts. Sorry to say, but nationwide, sports are winning big over ...
What city but Las Vegas would give him one?
“You know, when I came into the National Football League, many of our owners owned horses, owned dog tracks, owned all the familiar habitats of gamblers and gambling. We have learned to accept this in ...
One center cited, closes, reopens two days later
On August 10, a day-care center at 6816 Boxford Drive was closed after being open for less than four months. Two days later, it opened up again under a new name. Janet Lancaster lives next ...
Real estate swindler disappears on lone 3500-mile sailboat journey in the South Pacific
As the owner of San Diego’s Western Financial Planning Corporation, Louis Schooler hoodwinked a lot of people over three decades. Early this year, following a legal struggle that went on for four years, Schooler was ...
Warning: “wheels come off” the economy within next three years
Where should you invest your money these days? A savings account? You will get almost nothing in interest returns. Bonds? Same problem. Stocks? They soared after the Great Recession ended in early 2009, but the ...
When your competitor becomes your landlord
Taxpayer-subsidized Aztec Shops buys the land under their book-selling competitor.
Rachel Smith takes us on a tour of her historic home in the Burlingame neighborhood of San Diego and discusses her neighbors' and the city's complaints about her legal use of the property as an Airbnb host.
The app's creator discusses its fate.
Developers of the Rocket app discuss its beginnings and plans for the future.
John Forouzandeh speaks about his experience when parking in his Kearny Mesa neighborhood..
Take a jaunt with the Free Ride, an "experiential marketing" service that will drive you wherever you want to go.
Fred Luddy sticks his foot in his mouth from 5:35 to 5:44 when he boasts that great artists steal, and that he has been a thief all his life.
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.