Taxpayers Could Take a Hit if SDG&E’s Franchise Expires in January
OPINION: City officials have known about this deadline for 50 years, but here we are at the eleventh hour debating whether this council or the next should make a decision.
Hope On the Way: Here’s What You Need to Know About California’s COVID-19 Vaccine Plan
As California faces a surge in coronavirus cases, vaccines may be weeks away with three drug companies reporting promising results.
San Diego’s ‘More Choice’ Advocates Gain Momentum After November Election
After seeing Ranked Choice Voting initiatives passed in several U.S. cities, San Diego activists say they are reinvigorated.
Still Cooking: Some San Diego Entrepreneurs Open New Eateries During Recession
It isn’t totally grim for the restaurant and food industry — some have managed to find new ventures.