Junior Seau's doctor-buddy could lose license

Medical board files accusations against David Chao (again)

Former Chargers physician and close friend of the late Junior Seau, David Jee Wei Chao, M.D., is in trouble with the Medical Board of California once again. An accusation was filed against him April 27. ...

Sempra Energy CEO and boardmembers sued over Aliso methane leak

Gross mismanagement, abuse of control, and unjust enrichment among allegations

In federal court April 25, a Sempra Energy shareholder sued the company's chief executive, Debra Reed, along with officers and boardmembers, for breach of fiduciary duty over the Aliso Canyon methane leak, which the suit ...

SDPD sgt.'s racism case to go forward

Judge rejects city attorney's bid to keep evidence from public

The discrimination lawsuit brought by an African-American police sergeant that accuses the San Diego Police Department of racial discrimination and harassment will move forward, according to a Friday, April 29, court ruling. Superior Court judge ...

Navy commander gets 78 months in prison

Misiewicz gets longest term in ongoing scam

U.S. Navy commander Michael Vannak Khem Misiewicz of San Diego was sentenced to six and a half years in prison today (April 29) for giving classified ship schedules to a foreign contractor in exchange for ...

Response Expo/invention convention held downtown

"As seen on TV" wares seen here first

Inventors from across the country converged on San Diego this week with the hopes of being discovered by one of a host of "as seen on TV" marketing firms gathered to talk shop. For ten ...

Chargers' political tab already approaching $900,000

Eight-figure campaign for lucrative public subsidy includes fundraising House members

Let the big-spending political game begin. So says Dean Spanos and his wealthy extended family from Stockton, as related by the first financial filing with the city clerk's office of a campaign committee calling itself ...

Time-out for pot shops, say county supervisors

"The groups here today have started or are on the verge of creating solid businesses..."

After hours of public testimony and discussion, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted on Wednesday (April 27) to freeze the status of several proposed or approved medical marijuana dispensaries, potentially for as long ...

Hispanic entrepreneurs do best in Texas

San Diego ranked 108 out of 150; Oceanside and Chula Vista also do poorly

A study by WalletHub, which prepares statistics on cities, metro areas, and states, indicates that San Diego and its nearby cities are not particularly good places for Hispanic entrepreneurs. Cities were ranked on two metrics: ...

SEC charges local lawyer with role in stock scam

Luke Zouvas said to help set up pump 'n' dump

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Monday (April 25) charged in federal court that San Diego lawyer Luke Zouvas did the paperwork on a pump 'n' dump stock scam along with a group of ...

Apartment tenant action in Linda Vista

"...cockroach and rodent infestations, leaky roofs and windows, broken windows..."

Dozens of protesters rallied in front of a Linda Vista apartment complex Wednesday afternoon (April 27), demanding property managers immediately begin dealing with a backlog of habitability complaints ranging from deferred maintenance to rodent infestation ...

Gannett wants a crack at the Union-Tribune

As Chargers hype mounts, will NFL-linked publisher from Chicago go quietly?

Will the sixth turnover finally turn out to be a charm? That's the question of the hour as yet another would-be master of the San Diego Union-Tribune surfaces in the form of Gannett Co., owner ...

Stadium shuffle continues within NFL

Will the Raiders be able to move to Vegas without objection?

It looks like Mark Davis, son of Oakland Raiders founder Al Davis, will move the team to Las Vegas. One potential stumbling block, say some in the media, is John Mara, chief executive and co-owner ...

Tough to build Jehovah's Witness sex-abuse case

Without documents, says plaintiff, he can’t get justice

On Friday, April 29, an attorney for Osbaldo Padron will ask a judge to impose severe sanctions on the Jehovah's Witness Church for refusing to turn over documents. The documents allegedly show the church was ...

Attorney general Kamala Harris's predictable "malpractice"

Statute of limitation runs out on San Onofre investigation

On March 26, 2013, an executive of California Edison, Stephen Pickett, had a clandestine meeting with Michael Peevey, then president of the California Public Utilities Commission, at a hotel in Warsaw, Poland. At this meeting, ...

Gay Pride kilt case isn't over yet

City pulls ace card in effort to halt reinstatement by appeals court

The City of San Diego is calling on federal judges from nine states and two U.S. territories — the areas that make up the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals — to overturn an appellate-court decision ...

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