Amidst Jacobs family crack-ups, can charity prevail?

Facing fight over park bulldozing, San Diego's richest man endures domestic ruptures

Word that a son of La Jolla billionaire Democrat Irwin Jacobs is behind the port district's controversial plan to demolish Seaport Village has come quickly on the heels of the elder Jacobs's own backroom deal ...

Poway Unified School District in crisis?

"Corruption runs deep here, but the good outweighs the bad."

Much of the focus on the firing of Poway Unified School District superintendent John Collins on July 13 has related to the alleged misappropriation of more than $300,000 in district funds, either improperly issued as ...

Bar comes down on San Diego County lawyers

July edition

San Diego County lawyers have been disciplined, according to the calbarjournal.com and state bar records. James Joseph Warner was disbarred. In July of 2014, he pleaded guilty to conspiracy to launder monetary instruments and attempted ...

Councilman Alvarez charges colleagues with devious ploy

"I look forward to the day when the City takes open government seriously."

On July 11, San Diego city councilmembers firmly shut the door on the open-government ballot measure which, if passed, would have designated communications sent by city officials and non-union employees on their personal electronic devices ...

Facebook makes Russ T Nailz abandon alias

“Like I want everyone to know my middle name is Wilbur.”

Longtime San Diego comedian Russ T Nailz wants to do an “about Facebook” — as in, leave the popular social-networking medium. Over the Fourth of July weekend, Nailz was advised by Facebook that his personal ...

San Diegans live well but pay for it

Locals (who can afford a home) shell out 59.7 percent of income on mortgages

San Diego is the eighth most livable city in America, according to WalletHub, the statistical aggregating firm. This is based on such factors as recreation, diversity, job market, quality of schools, tax rates, and health. ...

Judge admonishes city attorney's office over Filner case

"Rather than punishing her...the city should actually thank [her]."

Stacey McKenzie's lawsuit against former San Diego mayor Bob Filner ended on March 30, 2016. On that day, a jury determined that while Filner's groping qualified as harassment, it was not "severe or pervasive" enough ...

Nearly $1 billion blown on General Atomics contract

Pentagon audit questions safety and reliability of costly Blue brothers’ high-tech carrier gear

General Atomics, a pillar of San Diego's lucrative military contractor economy and the source of millions of dollars in campaign contributions to federal, state, and local officeholders of both parties, has a nine-figure lemon on ...

City's bike-share program needs help, says report

Transit system says DecoBike hasn't sought out new locations

A May San Diego County County Grand Jury report accuses officials at the Metropolitan Transit System of refusing to get onboard with the city's bike-sharing program. DecoBike, launched in 2013, has been touted as a ...

San Diego's homeless murders and the $1.5 million All-Star subsidy

Perfect storm for city hall politicos spending tax money on Major League Baseball

The best laid plans of lobbyists and politicos may come to naught as next week's Major League Baseball All-Star game arrives, with an alleged serial homeless killer on the loose, and San Diego cops scrambling ...

County presidential primary vote fight spills into courtroom

Citing case backlog, judge postpones decision while registrar certifies results

An ongoing fight over the way results from last June's primary election are verified made its way to court Wednesday afternoon (July 6), with plaintiff Ray Lutz and his Citizens Oversight Projects group taking on ...

Petco Park may soon get 37-story neighbor

Long-delayed Ballpark District plans heading to city council

The long-awaited Ballpark Village development adjacent to Petco Park is another step closer to final approval. On July 1, South Carolina–based development firm Greystar filed a tentative map of the design with the City of ...

Mountain View residents protest prison facility

"Would you want your child walking by this place every day?"

About two dozen community members gathered in Mountain View on Tuesday afternoon (July 5) to protest the presence of a transitional corrections facility run by the for-profit private prison conglomerate Corrections Corporation of America. "We're ...

Homeless people disrupt Mira Mesa neighborhood

Land owner Pardee Homes says sensitive habitat restricts enforcement

A homeless encampment in a canyon off Mira Mesa's Montongo Street is stirring up the neighborhood. Resident Katherine White says there have been three fires in the past two weeks. The land is owned by ...

U-T's lauding of Bush II presidency might seem stupid

Pulitzer finalist's book at odds with paper's ranking of ex-prez as fifth best

Many in San Diego will not forget the Union-Tribune's "Our Mount Rushmore: The five best U.S. presidents" editorial headline of 2012. The editorial board concluded George W. Bush was the fifth-best president ever (tied with ...

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