San Diego County’s Veterans Court is celebrating 10 years of aiming to rehabilitate veterans through treatment instead of jail time. The local program, also known as the Veterans Treatment Court, has helped 141 veterans get treatment instead of time in jail since 2011,
One of the biggest frustrations in watching San Diego and state officials deal with California’s housing crisis is the fact that too few seem committed to truly solving it. Rather than clearing the many regulatory and legal obstacles to private construction of housing — the only realistic way to address the shortage of shelter — lawmakers’ main approach has been to spend billions on subsidized housing.
San Diego County ~ United States housing bubble ~ Opinion
Family, students, friends and coworkers are still, understandably so, searching for answers with this tragic death. The event, however, was an opportunity for everyone to come together, and celebrate a life lost,
I’m not sorry to see it go. It sounds strange, even coming from someone as strange as me, but it’s hard to shake the feeling of good riddance. As a native San Diegan, I often have made myself sick over the city’s callousness toward its historical places,
For Sheri Broedlow, being hired at the San Diego Symphony is a homecoming of sorts. Broedlow has been appointed the new vice president of institutional advancement for the symphony, where she was previously director of advancement,
Having those phone calls is a necessity.” Advocates for incarcerated people have sought for years to draw attention to the high cost of phone calls in detention facilities. In San Diego County jail, a 30-minute call costs nearly $10.
Now that educators are eligible to begin receiving vaccinations, hundreds of teachers lined up at Sharp Healthcare vaccination super centers in Chula Vista and Grossmont Center to receive their first shots.
More than 5,000 sailors and Marines assigned to the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group returned to San Diego Friday after nearly 11 months deployed in the U.S. 5th and 7th Fleet areas of operation. The carrier strike group was the first to embark on a deployment for the Navy after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and was comprised of aircraft carrier USS Nimitz,
An alarming number of military families are facing food insecurity in America, including in San Diego. The Institute for Veterans and Military Families found nearly 40 percent of American military families are need of food during the pandemic.
Abundant sunshine was seen Saturday morning across Southern California, the National Weather Service said Saturday, while north- northeast Santa Ana winds were expected to subside Saturday afternoon before revving up Saturday evening and becoming stronger.
SAN DIEGO — In the years before the COVID-19 pandemic, the outfield of San Diego High School’s baseball diamond would be full of tents with veterans, looking to get a good night’s sleep. In those days,
The Hawaii football team’s starts have not been appetizing. “That’s an understatement,” said UH head coach Todd Graham, whose Rainbow Warriors play San Diego State on Saturday in their third road game in 22 days.
Fans likely won’t be able to see San Diego State basketball games inside Viejas Arena this season, but they can send a surrogate instead. A season ticket costs between $50 and $100. That’s for a cardboard cutout of your likeness for as long as the Aztecs play games behind closed doors,
San Diego State University ~ Viejas Arena ~ U-T San Diego
In theory, even in these unprecedented times, the playing field should be level with all high schools following the state, county and California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) guidelines. Outdoor conditioning only with no scrimmages or competitions;