San Diego County Supervisor Bill Horn ran a religious charity for decades. Experts say the operation ran counter to state and federal laws.
Rochester has spearheaded high-impact, accountability reporting while managing newsrooms from New York to California.
We broke down the five main problems uncovered during our investigation into a county-run COVID-19 isolation hotel.
Guests don’t receive their medication on time, children have gone weeks without appropriate food and staff are unprepared.
The pandemic has taken a toll on the city’s workforce. When employees can’t come in to work, tasks pile up.
Eight months after terminating a former superintendent, the charter school remains entangled in legal fights.
San Diego lawmakers are working with farm advocates and insurance companies to ensure farmers and ranchers are eligible for insurance.
The San Diego VA is under heat again from federal investigators for pulling liver samples from sick veterans without their consent.
Opposing the Costco deal is a group of residents that’s protested in front of district offices and collected signatures against the project.
Our analysis shows most of the county’s rent relief went to residents of cities that had their own relief programs and money still to spend.
Hundreds of older residents in Imperial County braved frigid morning temperatures this month for a chance at the limited supply of COVID-19 vaccines.