Garrett Harris 8 p.m., May 29
Despite drought, SANDAG says real estate development should continue.
Long-range drought forecasts get bleaker, while long-range economic and demographic forecasts get giddier. Something’s gotta give, San Diego. Both forecasts aren’t likely to be right. The reality is that the people who really run the ...
Wiener dog avenged
Felony animal cruelty or protecting his puppy?
“The legal system is rigged for the corrupt [California] Public Utilities Commission.”
Utilities commissioner Peevey accused of terrorizing colleagues who stood up for consumers.
Nosy neighbors call down city’s wrath upon room sharer
Rachel Smith purchased her Burlingame home in 2007 after receiving an inheritance. The 70-year-old retired high school teacher fell in love with the five-bedroom three-bath, 2996-square-foot historical Craftsman home built in 1912. It was more ...
Courts say it is, but Encinitas schools have scrubbed their yoga programs clean
Since 2012, the Encinitas-based Sonima Foundation has given $3.3 million to the Encinitas Union School District so that students can practice yoga. Sonima is spreading money around elsewhere — for example, it is giving $400,000 ...
Definitely not coming back
“For the only jail I’ve been to, I guess it’s okay. I slept well and wasn’t disturbed. The holding cell I was confined to had a phone and I was able to make unlimited phone ...
Business leader Johnathan Hale has no comment about the no-bid contracts for his business.
Will San Diego Gas & Electric bulldog through their Carlsbad plan?
Efforts by San Diego Gas & Electric to push through a new gas-fired power plant in Carlsbad fly in the face of instructions from the California Public Utilities Commission, Sierra Club lawyers contend. “Under the ...
Pharmacy robberies on the rise
The downside of happy-pill nation.
Ghazal Mansury could lift 100 pounds, or about the weight of her mom.