Matt Potter 12:30 p.m., Dec. 13
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.
Apricus, Innovus tackle bedroom disorders
Do females suffer from sexual dysfunction or are men unskillful in bed?
Escondido's white minority rules, but Latinos want fair representation.
Del Mar City Council delays permitting of food trucks within city limits.
Sherri Lynn Difrancesco, caught with meth and syringes, seems also to have been caught with containers of pilfered jewelry.
Some kind of unhappy result of this madcap money printing by the Federal Reserve is inevitable: wait for the next disastrous economic bubble to burst.
Vendors at the San Diego Public Market wonder what’s next as the management fields proposals to set up permanent spaces and prepares to become an everyday operation.
Will Hedgecock pivot?
Former disgraced San Diego mayor Roger Hedgecock makes a big slug of money from a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization in Arlington, Virginia, the American Studies Center.