National fight over schools’ gender identity policies reaches Escondido Union
Lawyers for the northern San Diego County district’s employees in a lawsuit over gender identity rules are looking to have the case dismissed.
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Fears of wildfires propel Escondido residents to fight back against battery storage plant
The 22-acre lot in Northern San Diego County will house one of the largest battery plants in the U.S. Fire danger is the first of their worries.
Cross the U.S.-Mexico border often? Here’s how to avoid becoming a ‘blind mule’
“Blind mule” smuggling – where drug traffickers plant drugs on unsuspecting border crossers before they enter the U.S. – targets frequent border crossers.
Mexican drug traffickers target unsuspecting drivers, but Feds do little to warn the public
The U.S. government has done little to warn border crossers about that risk and what they could do to protect themselves.
YOUR INFRASTRUCTURE QUESTIONS, ANSWERED
Do you ever wonder what’s being done about potholes or cracked sidewalks in your neighborhood? Are you curious about when your local park will get a makeover? Our reporting project, Fix This, looks into your burning questions about infrastructure in San Diego.
California does a great job recovering workers’ stolen wages. But few get help
The Judgment Enforcement Unit performs active investigations for just a fraction of workers with unpaid wage judgments in San Diego.