The city of San Diego is one of many employers struggling to hire workers in an increasingly competitive market.
An investigation into a spill demonstrated what those working on the border already know — a treatment plant in San Diego needs repairs.
In San Diego County, we know all too well the consequences of an under-funded child care system. Families pay upwards of $20,000 annually for infant care.
Inspired by Chula Vista, Tijuana police are using drones to monitor neighborhoods. SDSU and labor are feuding, and more.
Even though the two cities are intertwined in many ways, they each have their own laws and cultural conceptions of privacy.
Recently, the state-sponsored Committee on Revision of the Penal Code recommended getting rid of three strikes altogether.
Most city shelters still aren’t taking in homeless San Diegans amid a continuing spike in coronavirus cases. This post originally appeared in the Jan. 25 Morning Report. Subscribe here. Most city ...
Mayor Todd Gloria revealed during his State of the City speech last week that he’s urging the state to overhaul its conservatorship process to make it easier to push vulnerable homeless people into ...
This week on the VOSD Podcast, editor Jesse Marx joins hosts Scott Lewis, Andrew Keatts and Andrea Lopez-Villafaña to explain how negotiations went down to end the sanitation strike.
A draft ordinance released last June disappointed advocates pushing for more robust oversight, and was sent back for revisions. But a second draft released last week also falls short, advocates say.