- Until recently, five of 10 local police agencies in San Diego County were illegally sharing drivers’ location data across the United States.
- Two of the law enforcement agencies decided to change their policies after questions from inewsource.
Three other police departments in San Diego County have since changed their practices to comply with the law.
San Diego County’s community colleges saw a 12% drop in their student headcount during the first full academic year since COVID-19 first shut down businesses and schools.
An ACLU attorney says there are more than 500 medically vulnerable detainees housed at the Otay Mesa ICE detention center.
Police departments across San Diego County have reported a sharp rise in catalytic converter thefts. Here are the cars most at-risk.
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San Diego schools report significant drop in unhoused student tally. Some say it’s not the full story.
As classes resume in person, it’s unclear whether all of the students experiencing homelessness have returned to the classroom.
A resource list detailing where you can turn for help when experiencing homelessness in San Diego County.
The maps are expected to trigger stricter building codes and some say they could make home construction more expensive.
2021 in photos: The people and moments from San Diego and Imperial County that shaped inewsource reporting
A look back at the moments and people who shaped inewsource reporting in 2021.
Neighborhoods throughout South County have reported the highest rates of COVID-19 cases in San Diego County.
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