We updated our precinct-level voting maps for the four San Diego City Council races decided in the June 5 primary.
The tallying of votes in two close San Diego City Council races finished Monday night, with Councilwoman Cole coming in second place by six votes.
San Diego Unified wasn’t the only San Diego County school district this year to lose out on thousands of dollars in funding to help homeless students because of a flawed grant application.
A missing signature on a grant application means San Diego Unified has lost its chance to receive $750,000 in federal funding to help homeless students.
New data show more than 23,800 students were homeless last year in San Diego County — a record high and a 4.7 percent increase over the previous year. But a county Office of Education official acknowledges the homeless student count could be wrong. It all depends on who does the counting and how they interpret […]
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. [one_half][box type=”shadow this-matters”]Local nonprofits and elected leaders often praise multicultural and inclusive communities, but measuring real […]
The number of high school seniors taking the ACT exam in San Diego has increased more than 25 percent since 2012. Find out how your school has performed.
As capital appreciation bonds make a resurgence under new state rules, low growth rates present a risk for local school districts that want to borrow money.
Another lawsuit connecting environmental attorney Cory Briggs and his significant other, Sarichia Cacciatore, involves a cross border development project.
Newsletter for March 16, 2015.