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Donors Nationwide Respond to Fletcher’s GOP Departure

Despite some local negative responses, and the loss of at least one endorsement, Fletcher's campaign reports that thousands of small ...

City’s Public Transportation Deemed Best in the West

The city’s Metropolitan Transit System, which operates 53 miles of light rail and more than 90 bus routes, received a ...

Cost of UC Developed Medicine to Drop

After four years, student representatives of Universities Allied for Essential Medicines have succeeded in persuading the University of California to ...

Sherri Lightner Only City Council Incumbent Facing Strong Opposition

Updated campaign records show that of three city council incumbents up for re-election, only District 1’s Sherri Lightner faces any ...

Locals Participate in Nationwide Action Against Verizon

Today, Verizon workers and their supporters will convene at Verizon storefronts nationwide to call attention to the collective bargaining efforts ...

The City's Pending Water Rate Increase

Despite pending litigation and efforts by the San Diego County Water Authority, city staff, and councilmembers of the Natural Resources ...

San Diego Judge Fines Walmart $2.1 Million

Today, San Diego Superior Court Judge Jeffrey B. Barton, modified a 2008 judgment against Walmart, and fined the retail giant ...

ACLU Blasts San Diego Jail Spending

Statewide, counties are amid making decisions on jail realignment implementation, which predominantly focus on solving over crowding in county jails. ...

Bill to Protect Rape Victims Moves Forward

Legislation authored by Assemblymember Toni Atkins (pictured), and co-sponsored by District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis, to amend a portion of the ...

Mayor’s Proposal for Convention Center Approved

After more than two hours of deliberation and public comment, the city council has approved Mayor Jerry Sander’s amendment to ...

Fiscal Analysis Pokes Holes in Pension Reform Initiative

According to a new report from the city’s Independent Budget Analyst, the Comprehensive Pension Reform initiative now known as Proposition ...

Medical Marijuana Panel Convenes Tonight to Discuss Actions in City of IB

Advocates for the safe access of medicinal marijuana will assemble in Hillcrest this evening from 5 pm to 6 pm ...

Protesters Target Pregnancy Center Today

Pro-choice advocates will stage a protest today from 4 -6 pm at the Culture of Life Family Services, located in ...

Local LGBT Publication Alleges DeMaio Made Deal with the Devil

San Diego LGBT Weekly publisher Stampp Corbin is alleging that openly gay councilmember and mayoral candidate Carl DeMaio has turned ...

City Pleased with Pedicab Operator Ordinance

The city implemented an ordinance that requires pedicab operators to have a valid California driver’s license in order to obtain ...

Dumanis Releases Plan for City Hall Accountability

District Attorney and mayoral candidate Bonnie Dumanis released a four-part business plan, designed to be completed within one fiscal year ...

Young Cancer Patient Honored for His Community Contribution

Eleven-year-old Jose Montaño is a fifth grade student in District Eight’s Berry Elementary school. He has battled a rare form ...

Qualcomm CEO Makes Mayoral Endorsement

One of San Diego’s largest employers, Qualcomm CEO Dr. Paul Jacobs, today endorsed Nathan Fletcher’s campaign for mayor, citing Fletcher’s ...

Carl DeMaio Proposes "San Diego Sunshine Law"

City Councilmember and Mayoral candidate Carl DeMaio today unveiled the details for his “San Diego Sunshine Law” – a new ...

Nathan Fletcher Pledges to Lead by Example on Pension Reform

Mayoral candidate Nathan Fletcher, a supporter of the Comprehensive Pension Reform (CPR) initiative on the June ballot, today released CPR ...

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