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Supreme Court rules in favor of carriers

Decision buttresses U-T carriers' claims in case finalized in January

The California Supreme Court ruled today (June 30) that a worker is an employee if the employer has the right to control the worker's behavior. The matter at hand was whether carriers for Antelope Valley ...

The line-up comes ashore for Fish 101

Leucadian spot is hot, but fish tacos fall just shy of fabulous

I'll make the effort for a good fish taco, even if it means hustling up to Leucadia from Golden Hill and standing in line out on the sidewalk along PCH. That's where you find Fish ...

MTS chief Jablonski railroaded?

Congressmen seek answers regarding backcountry railway deal

United States congressmen Duncan Hunter and Jeff Denham have put Metropolitan Transit System on notice: Explain the reason for delays and the transit authority's reasoning for granting a non-experienced, allegedly corrupt company a 99-year lease ...

El sexo peligroso

Over two dozen Tijuana prostitutes busted without health cards

Tijuana authorities recently detained around 30 prostitutes for failure to have current health cards in an ongoing citywide crackdown on violators of a variety of municipal laws. “We’ve had an intense operation dealing with sex ...

Maybe Potrero citizens sensed something

Spine-chilling details of Blackwater violence, hubris

In early 2007, citizens of tiny Potrero — 45 minutes from downtown San Diego and 8 minutes from Tecate — rebelled. A mercenary firm, Blackwater USA, wanted to build an 824-acre training facility three miles ...

In Memphis, Faulconer hails GOP machine’s victory

Manchester money's ground game discussed at Southern soiree

He's no Johnny Cash, but San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer was off to Memphis last month to reveal the strategy of his victory to a Republican Party establishment seeking votes from an increasingly fragmented and ...

Red Door makes Dad-in-law happy

Mission Hills eatery impresses with freshness, flavor

Around Father’s Day, I decided to take my father-in-law out for a meal. Just the two of us. He’s a great guy who does a lot of stuff for my kids so I wanted to ...

Lost Abbey’s Cardiff Confessional

Encinitas’ first brewery-owned venue to open this summer

It’s only 1,202 square feet, but when all is said and done, the satellite tasting room Port Brewing Company and The Lost Abbey are inserting into Cardiff Towne Center Complex (2007 San Elijo Avenue, Cardiff) ...

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