Randy Grossman, who previously served as second-in-command for San Diego’s top federal prosecutor, began his term Monday as Acting U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of California. Grossman fills the role of departing U.
After seven years of discussion and debate, a five-city San Diego community choice energy program that will provide an alternative to San Diego Gas & Electric when it comes to purchasing sources of power has rolled out the first phase of its operations.
San Diego Comic Con is again switching things up for this year. The event announced their decision to fans on social media on Monday (March 1), as well as plans for the 2022 event. “While we are buoyed by the rollout of the vaccine and the growing number of individuals being inoculated,
A noted Latino artist who was the self-described “driving force” behind San Diego’s famed Chicano Park has sued the San Diego Unified School District and a construction company for the destruction of one of his murals.
SDCC 2021 is off as pandemic concerns continue. Around this time last year, we saw just about every major in-person event be cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. A year later, the virus continues to be a massive issue.
After months waiting their turns, law enforcement officers and teachers are now front and center in San Diego County’s coronavirus vaccination effort. About 3,000 local teachers were vaccinated over the weekend at locations operated by UC San Diego Health and Sharp HealthCare,
San Diego could receive its first significant rainfall in more than a month late Wednesday when a small storm out of the North Pacific spreads across much of Southern California, says the National Weather Service.
He wanted adventure. He wanted to do something his peers would not do. He wanted to do something that would make him stand out. On June 20, 2000, Michael J. Gibbs joined the U.S. Navy. Now, almost 21 years later,
DTx Pharma, a 15-employee San Diego biotechnology company pursuing a platform for creating RNA-based therapies to treat genetic drivers of rare diseases, said Monday that it has raised $100 million in Series B round of financing.
Chances are, if you’ve enjoyed locally caught seafood at a San Diego restaurant over the past 20 years, Tommy Gomes had a hand in it somehow. For decades, the San Diego native has been the city’s best known fishmonger,
Jordan is kind of a big name in the basketball world. There’s Michael Jordan of course, and there’s Jordan Schakel. The San Diego State senior guard is no where near Air Jordan’s rarefied air, but the younger and less accomplished Jordan is making a name for himself in the college game.
Navy Capt. Gervy "Gery" Alota, a San Diego ship captain and former standout safety for the U.S. Naval Academy football team, was admitted to Naval Medical Center San Diego Sunday with COVID-19, a relative told the Union-Tribune.
Colorado’s matchup at USC on Saturday will be declared a no contest, the Pac-12 announced on Thursday night. USC did not have the maximum number of scholarship players available for the game at a specific position due to a COVID-19 outbreak within the program,
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Con, the San Diego County Fair and baseball crowds at Petco Park. But Santa? Never! Yes, Virginia, there will be Santa Claus in San Diego this year.Support Times of San Diego's growthwith a small monthly contribution Become a supporter Seeing Santa at Christmas is “extremely important,
San Diego senior Sergio Guerra was named MVP and head coach Bo Ochoa was named coach of the year on the District 16-3A, Division I football team released Wednesday. Guerra, who signed with the University of Texas Rio Grande to play baseball,