Content for Tuesday, June 26, 2018

News & Stories

East San Ysidro loses the foot traffic

Mexican shoppers shuttled to Ralph Lauren, Coach at Las Americas, the Vitamin Shoppe, T.J.Maxx

More than 20,000 pedestrians come across the border into the neighborhood each day; San Ysidro should be booming with commercial redevelopment. But it’s not. “SANDAG and SDMTS are spending millions to improve transportation for people ...

Fruits and vegetables and superfoods, oh my!

The new fast food embraces "fresh" and "healthy"

Can healthy food be franchised? That’s the question I ask myself while waiting for my order at Fresh, a fast casual eatery that recently opened within the North City development of San Marcos. It’s the ...

Narcotics found on the Red Rooster by crew unclaimed

Stolen dinghy, jet ski collision, phone threats, petroleum spill

June 24 Harbor Police responded to Marina Cortez for a diesel fuel spill. Harbor Police and the US Coast Guard located the suspect vessel and will be investigating for possible prosecution. June 22 Harbor Police ...

Should San Diego's trash collecting stay free?

What locals do to avoid buying new cans

Just in time for "national Garbage Man Day," trash collectors were accused of damaging trash cans, others were licking their wounds over a 1919 ordinance that mandates free trash pickup for only 60 percent of ...

The missing wallet

Strangers in his truck on Nettleton Road

Juan (not his real name) Martinez said he parked his truck in the 200 block of Nettleton Road, Vista on a Friday night, June 8, 2018. “Because I am a musician and I play, and ...

Three guys, three jobs, and a bottle of gin

13 botanicals net gold for young startup

One pesky little problem inhibiting the craft spirits movement is that it’s technically not legal to distill alcohol as an amateur. So, while hobbyists have been homebrewing beer legally four decades now, distillers aren’t allowed ...

UCSD human submarine off to England

Students will try Vaquita in La Jolla Shores before leaving

For the first time in UC San Diego history, the school’s human-powered submarine team has been invited to participate in the European International Sub Race. In July 2018, the team of engineering undergrads will fly ...