Even under pandemic rules, California expects people in long-term care to pay for their Medicaid benefits
Some Medi-Cal members in long-term healthcare are being charged their entire monthly income — except for $35.
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The pay increases for Sempra executives came at a time of soaring profits for the company, which owns San Diego Gas & Electric.
Linda McDowell is one of dozens who still remain at a county-run hotel in Old Town. She only has a few weeks to find housing.
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Guests staying at a hotel run by San Diego County to help shelter people from COVID-19 will have to leave a month sooner than expected.
The head of the San Diego Association of Governments has responded to recent financial controversies, including extravagant taxpayer-funded meals.
The county has budgeted $5 million in the program’s first year to pay for services provided by three legal nonprofits.
At vaccine clinics in San Marcos and Escondido, advocates said the county has made vaccinating the community more difficult by requiring a photo ID.
An ACLU attorney says there are more than 500 medically vulnerable detainees housed at the Otay Mesa ICE detention center.
Hundreds of tenants in San Diego County are caught in a wave of no-fault evictions. Officials want to keep landlords from abusing the system.
San Diego officers violated state regs, locked youth in rooms for hours without explanation, inspectors find
The probation department’s practices violated California regulations for juvenile detention centers, a state report shows.
Supervisors at the San Diego Association of Governments noticed the non-functioning equipment, but failed to take action, according to officials.
San Diego health experts expect rates of sexually transmitted diseases to continue to rise. Some communities are at higher risk than others.