SAN DIEGO – Construction began in Otay Mesa today on prototypes for a new border wall between the United States and Mexico, marking the start of a project that served as a bitterly divisive centerpiece in Donald Trump’s ascension to the White House. Groundbreaking for eight proposed versions of the barrier – four made of […]
SAN DIEGO – The San Diego County Board of Supervisors yesterday banned items that could be used as weapons, such as baseball bats, knives and rocks, in certain areas where border wall prototypes will be built. With an expectation for protests and demonstrations in response to the border wall construction, county officials unanimously approved the […]
This fall could bring dangerous wildfire conditions to San Diego and surrounding areas of the county, according to a report scheduled to be delivered today to the City Council’s Public Safety and Livable Neighborhoods Committee.
The trend of increasing prices and lower sales totals for single-family homes in the region stalled last month, according to data released today by the San Diego Association of Realtors.
Teachers and first responders such as police officers and firefighters are eligible for a $1,000 rebate on the purchase or lease of an electric vehicle under a three-year, $500,000 San Diego Gas & Electric program that was announced Wednesday, Sept. 6.
The Board of Supervisors Wednesday, Sept. 6, unanimously ratified a declaration of a public health emergency in San Diego County related to an outbreak of hepatitis A that has sickened nearly 400 people, 15 fatally.
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County rose 1.3 cents overnight to $3.125, continuing a trend of large increases that saw the average price jump 6.9 cents over the three-day holiday weekend.
Federal, state and local government offices will be closed today for the Labor Day holiday.
Expected inclement weather cause for Padres pre-game activities’ cancellation, strong winds predicted for North County
The good news is that San Diego cooled down to 78 degrees late Saturday, but the bad news is that it heated up to above 90 degrees just after midnight today, as hot and muggy air pushed cooling ocean breezes out to sea.
The union representing more than 10,000 San Diego County employees is scheduled today to deliver a notice of an intention to go on strike over what they decry as unfair labor practices.