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Our Awards Society of Professional Journalists, San Diego Audio Business/Consumer Reporting First place Brad Racino Developer, fishermen reach deal to help save San Diego’s storied fishing industry Audio Investigative/Enterprise First place Brad Racino Security gaps at San Diego shipyards put billion-dollar Navy warships at risk Video Investigative/Enterprise First place Brad Racino Security lapses found at San Diego shipyards despite Navy ... Read More »

Binational experts press for air quality monitoring at border

Binational experts press for air quality monitoring at border

Air quality experts from the United States and Mexico came together recently on the San Diego State University campus to bring a sense of urgency to the challenges of monitoring air pollution along the border. The discussion, which involved professors from SDSU and the University of California San Diego, as well as educators at universities in Tijuana and Mexicali, covered ... Read More »

By the numbers: San Diego County’s most diverse neighborhoods

By the numbers: San Diego County’s most diverse neighborhoods

When two residents in the southeastern San Diego neighborhood of Encanto meet, there’s a 71 percent chance they’re of different racial and ethnic backgrounds. In the coastal community of Cardiff, there’s only a 25 percent chance of that happening. That makes Encanto one of the most diverse neighborhoods in San Diego County, and Cardiff one of the least diverse. Those ... Read More »

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Major Gift Opportunities At inewsource, we are committed to expanding our reporting and improving our capacity to bring you the most fearless, unbiased and precise investigative and accountability reporting possible. As a nonprofit newsroom, we need your help to accomplish our goals. Our core mission is to produce hard-hitting reporting that will positively impact the San Diego region and beyond. ... Read More »

Deadly Patrols: The one who lived to tell

Deadly Patrols: The one who lived to tell

Castro claims the agent, Abel Canales, beat him, hurled insults at him and then shot him in the side before riding away. He says he waited in the desert for an hour and a half, bleeding through his clothes, thinking about his children and preparing himself for death. Read More »

Deadly Patrols: Challenges to Prosecution

Deadly Patrols: Challenges to Prosecution

County Attorney Edward Rheinheimer, who’s practiced here for 20 years, has seen more than half a dozen cases involving border patrol agents fatally shooting people. He’s taken only one of them to trial. Twice it ended in a hung jury. Read More »