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Widow of Peregrine CEO can't collect on claims

Prison personnel didn't violate law, says court

Dorothy F. Gardner, widow of Stephen P. Gardner, former chief executive of Peregrine Systems, can't collect on wrongful death charges. Peregrine was San Diego's biggest corporate fraud. In 2008, Gardner was sentenced to 97 months ...

County’s smartphones at risk for break-ins, audit finds

Raft of unused devices run up steep monthly tab for taxpayers

"The noblest motive is the public good," is San Diego County's motto, but when it comes to keeping track of the county's smartphones, it might better be replaced by “watch your back," a newly released ...

Real estate property values for utilities (including SDG&E) don't mirror reality

Translation: local government is getting ripped off in a way

Private utility giants across the state, including San Diego Gas & Electric, received notice on Tuesday (May 24) that the state Board of Equalization (BOE) was increasing assessments on utility-owned real estate just over 2 ...

Prime Healthcare charged for alleged false claims

Whistleblower worked at Alvarado

The federal government today (May 25) charged Prime Healthcare Services with fraud for billing for medically unnecessary in-patient short-stay admissions that should have been classified on an outpatient/observation status. The suit was filed in federal ...

Jack in the Box headed to court over North Park "remodel"

Appellate court springs some justice on fast-food chain and city

A group of North Park residents will have another chance in court to show that fast-food company Jack in the Box illegally rebuilt a restaurant against current zoning regulations. On May 23, appellate judges from ...

NFL tried to frustrate concussion study

It stymied, rather than helped, brain research

Democratic members of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce yesterday (May 23) released a report charging that the National Football League (NFL) tried to frustrate rather than aid a study on concussions. In 2012, ...

Another basketball scandal hits USD

Dominique Conners had gambling addiction

Former University of San Diego women's basketball star Dominique Conners was sentenced today (May 23) to 90 days' house arrest and three years of probation for thefts she committed at Camp Pendleton to feed her ...

Paralyzed Fiesta Island bicyclist sues city

"Simple and inexpensive remedies" could have prevented collision

Fiesta Island is more of a death trap than a "water wonderland biking bliss" (as described on the City of San Diego's website), says a new lawsuit filed by a bicyclist who was paralyzed after ...

Will latest U-T deal replace reporters with robots?

Artificial intelligence and "machine vision" tied to Tribune's Soon-Shiong deal

More twisting in the wind seems ahead for the besieged staff of the Union-Tribune as yet another Los Angeles billionaire joins the cast of characters on the big-money merry-go-round otherwise known as Chicago's Tribune Publishing. ...

Fewer marchers against Monsanto

Corporation clashers minimized — maybe by appearances elsewhere by Bernie and Bill

Hundreds of people gathered in Balboa Park on Saturday (May 21) to participate in San Diego's March Against Monsanto, an annual event targeting genetically modified food in general and specifically the Monsanto Company, a leader ...

The making of Indecline's Trump mural

The making of Indecline's Trump mural

Chokehold video

Fletcher ad

"Scott Peters puts us at risk" spot

Liang, the Chun Kun Lady

Anti-treaty with Iran ad

John Oliver on stadium lunacy

Carlsbad fires, May 14, 2014

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