National City mayor and two councilmembers sued for changes to sanctuary city resolution

Lawsuit accuses them of Brown Act violations

A last-minute decision by National City's mayor Ron Morrison, and two councilmembers to water down a resolution to certify National City as a "welcoming community," is now the subject of a new lawsuit. South Bay ...

Tyson Foods knocks some value off Circle Foods

The local company's assets deemed overvalued

Three years ago, Tyson Foods, the big Arkansas food company, purchased San Diego's Circle Foods, which makes foods such as tortillas and India flatbreads that can be cooked quickly in the home. When a company ...

San Diego slowdown is factor in SeaWorld's poor results

Construction of new Orca Encounter took toll, claims company

Orlando-based SeaWorld Entertainment narrowed its first quarter loss, but disappointed analysts' expectations, the company reported today (May 9). The company lost $61.1 million, or 72 cents a share, from $84 million, or $1.00 a share ...

Manchester's Pacific Gateway featured in pitch selling visas to the rich

Chinese would get EB-5 green cards for the downtown San Diego project

It's been a decade-long slog for mega-millionaire developer and onetime Union-Tribune publisher Doug Manchester's controversial Navy Broadway complex at the foot of Broadway. Project foes vowed that it would never get built, citing its forbidding ...

Two more nonstop flights to Europe from San Diego

Condor to Frankfurt starting May 8, Edelweiss to Zurich starting June 9

As most major U.S. airlines are making money for the first time in decades, and the U.S. dollar's strength is adding value overseas to Americans, two foreign carriers are welcoming San Diegans aboard. Starting May ...

City faces yet another damaged sidewalk lawsuit

Lawsuit comes two months after $4.85 million payout for similar fall

Just over two months after the City of San Diego agreed to pay a cyclist $4.85 million for injuries suffered from hitting a damaged sidewalk, comes a similar lawsuit. On May 4, Van Nguyen filed ...

San Diegans will squeeze food money May 8 to 12

Hunger Coalition challenges you to make it on food stamp budget, $4.18 a day

More than 100 San Diegans will spend the weekend making preparations to participate in the CalFresh Challenge an annual event that asks participants to spend a day or a week living off the average budget ...

Councilman Alvarez rides the neighborhood, promises money for bikes

From Park and G to Chicano Park to Harbor Drive

City councilmember David Alvarez met with more than 100 cycling enthusiasts assembled by the San Diego Bike Coalition on Thursday afternoon (May 4) to lead a ride through his native Barrio Logan. "When you're on ...

Million-dollar campaign talk marks D.A. battle

Dark Dumanis successor plan gets Democrats’ goat

The widely expected coronation of Rancho Santa Fe Republican Summer Stephan as the county's next district attorney, courtesy of the GOP board of supervisors, is rapidly approaching. Meanwhile, the most recently elected member of the ...

Amid a slumping recruiting class, San Diego's police department faces gender discrimination lawsuit

Lawsuit says department showed bias as a result of an on-job injury

Days after San Diego's police chief Shelley Zimmerman testified to city councilmembers about a shortage of uniformed police officers and slumping recruiting efforts comes a new lawsuit accusing the department of discriminating against female recruits. ...

Arrested trying to withdraw inheritance money from Pt. Loma Wells Fargo

19-year-old black man sues San Diego Police

Mark Hayward entered a Wells Fargo branch in Point Loma on August 5, 2016 and requested to withdraw $20,000 from his bank account he had opened ten days prior, reads an April 25 lawsuit Hayward ...

San Diego city attorney weighs in on limiting public comment at council meetings

Councilmember Sherman hopes to kill television feed.

San Diego city councilmember Scott Sherman's proposal to reduce the time residents are allowed to speak at council meetings and cut the television feed during non-agenda public comment has hit a road block. In an ...

David Meza killed his boyfriend to get inheritance, including Rosarito condo

Imperial Beach man had pregnant girlfriend who knew about the murder

David Enrique Meza of Imperial Beach was convicted by jury this morning (May 2) of killing his boyfriend to get his inheritance. The lover, Texas retiree Jake Clyde Merendino, was stabbed 24 times exactly two ...

Incumbency will favor Summer Stephan over Adam Gordon to succeed Dumanis as D.A.

San Diego County supervisors won't limit candidates.

Pleas from various groups urging the San Diego County Board of Supervisors to take precautions when installing a temporary district attorney to replace the outgoing Bonnie Dumanis fell on deaf ears at a board meeting ...

San Diego rated most kid-friendly in U.S.

Playgrounds per capita woo visitors

San Diego is the most child-friendly U.S. city for a family to visit, concludes Reward/Expert, a statistical aggregator that helps travelers negotiate the world of frequent flyer programs and credit card awards. The City of ...

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