Brown, a sailor from the cruiser Charleston was killed in a struggle with deputy marshals in San Diego’s notorious Stingaree neighborhood. The deputies were acting as bounty hunters and attempting to return enlisted Navy sailors who had overstayed their shore leave to the ship for a $10 reward.
San Diego Pride enters its biggest weekend with a mix of in-person and virtual events, a milestone for construction of the new SDSU stadium in Mission Valley, and KPBS relaunches its Cinema Junkie podcast about all things film.
High-risk pregnancies are on the rise. A Blue Cross Blue Shield study from 2020 found while 80% of women have healthy pregnancies, rates of complications are rising, due in part to more mothers with pre-existing medical conditions.
An investigation involving a San Diego area auto insurance fraud ring that cost a dozen insurance carriers more than $800,000 has resulted in charges against 32 defendants, the California Department of Insurance announced Friday.
Saint Joseph’s will play Southern California and Georgetown will take on San Diego State in the Wooden Legacy on Thanksgiving weekend. The four-game event will be Nov. 25-26 at the Anaheim Convention Center Arena.
By the end of this week, eligible tenants in the San Diego region will start seeing 100% of past-due rents erased from the beginning of the pandemic through the end of September. A new state law that extends eviction protections also allows local agencies to cover all back rent due for low-income tenants impacted by COVID-19.
It’s summer in San Diego, and you know what that means. Or do you? So let’s try this again. It’s a post-shutdown summer in San Diego, and perhaps some visual aids are in order. Fortunately, San Diego’s museums are here with artworks that get to the heart of our reboot season.
Lai, Cota and VanDiver serve on the board of directors for the San Diego Convention Center. Lai lives in Carmel Valley, Cota lives in Bay Park and VanDiver lives in Clairemont. Imagine building a micro-city every few days,
She lives in Tierrasanta. How do you properly thank the leadership at the county and city of San Diego for stepping up to help others they didn’t even know? How do you properly thank so many residents, community partners and local businesses of San Diego ...
A class-action lawsuit accusing Sheriff Bill Gore of not doing enough to protect San Diego County jail inmates from the deadly coronavirus may proceed to trial, under an order issued by a Superior Court judge.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors took steps to resolve regional housing shortages Wednesday by approving amendments to the housing and safety elements of the county’s general plan and by adding a new environmental justice element to it.
In January 2016, a new state law took effect in California that allowed authorities to seek gun violence restraining orders and to remove weapons and ammunition for a year from people who posed a threat to themselves or others.
A housing developer wants to create a new down payment fund for teachers — but will only give the money if its project is approved. Santa Monica developer New Urban West said Thursday it would give $1 million to a new fund to assist teachers in being able to afford a home anywhere in San Diego County.
In basketball there’s a very delicate balance between depth and offensive efficiency. The biggest challenge lately for BYU coach Mark Pope is figuring out that balance. On one hand, Pope is utilizing ten players in his regular rotation.
The San Diego State baseball team is hosting USD for the 2021 season opener for one simple reason: Scissors cuts paper. The Aztecs and Toreros have opened the season against each other a few times through the years,
University of San Diego ~ San Diego State University ~ host
Despite obstacles larger than a 300-pound lineman, the Steele Canyon High assistant coach is determined to start an 11-man, Club Football League. Afoa’s vision is to serve San Diego County high school players who have had a nightmare of a 2020-21 school year without playing their sport because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Philip Rivers was a gift to San Diego — a football star who embraced us when Eli Manning thumbed his nose at the Spanoses, a down-home celebrity who treated folks with respect, a kindly neighbor who along with his wife,