Dec 7, 2018
San Diego is close to entering the power business.
Back in October, Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced the city’s plans to form its own electric utility to provide green power.
The city believes it can provide cleaner and cheaper electricity than the region’s long-time energy monopoly, San Diego Gas & Electric. If the...
Nov 30, 2018
In the past couple of weeks, tensions in Tijuana have mounted due to the recent influx of Central American migrants who are seeking asylum in the United States.
President Donald Trump deployed troops to the border to support U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Local residents in Tijuana have rallied against the...
Nov 30, 2018
Two of San Diego’s most influential politicians joined us this week for a special podcast episode. Since they’re married, we thought it would be interesting if they came in together.
Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez is perhaps the most high-profile elected Democrat in town, and has earned a statewide reputation...
Nov 23, 2018
There are a lot of things that need to get done in San Diego.
The city still needs to figure out how it will tackle the homeless epidemic, how it's going to get the money to fund a Convention Center expansion and what type of regulations it will impose on short-term vacation rentals. But there's been progress on at...
Nov 16, 2018
Even when Election Day is over, it’s not really over.
The San Diego County Registrar's Office can sometimes spend weeks counting all the ballots that continue to trickle in from across the region. As of Friday morning, 219,000 votes still needed to processed.
More often than not, the initial results can help us...