San Diego County Supervisor Bill Horn ran a religious charity for decades. Experts say the operation ran counter to state and federal laws.
Since the MPP’s restart in January, more than 800 asylum-seekers have been enrolled into the San Diego operation.
Following an “unprecedented” exemption, the private prison company Geo Group will keep operating a federal jail in downtown San Diego.
Omicron cases are high as tens of thousands of San Diego Unified students start summer school. Doctors explain the risks.
Experts are worried that rising coronavirus cases and new Omicron variants could cause more break-through cases as vaccine immunity wanes.
San Diego might be running afoul of court orders that dictate how city officials are supposed to clean homeless encampments, discard property and enforce a law about blocking a sidewalk.
Stronger policies and new spending limits are in place, but SANDAG has yet to decide whether any disciplinary action is needed for the improper spending.
Following inewsource’s investigation into Veterans Village of San Diego, state and federal lawmakers say they are working to address concerns about conditions at the nonprofit’s rehab center.
Cumplir con las necesidades básicas en el Templo Embajadores de Jesús continúa siendo un reto importante.
The U.S. sends millions to Mexico for asylum-seekers and other migrants awaiting entry into the country. But shelters say it’s far from enough.
Developers said they were safe. San Diego-area officials listened. Courts have blocked several housing projects over failures to analyze the wildfire risks.