Our investigations this year yielded calls for congressional inquiries, and sparked resignations, changes in law and corporate dissolutions.
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Working the night shift isn’t a regular occurrence at inewsource, but on Election Day many of us were up well past midnight.
Reporters Megan Wood and Jill Castellano were busy this week with stories about education and local political fundraising and spending.
Here’s a roundup of everything we worked on this week, including a San Diego business transparency measure and Mello-Roos tax map.
Over the past three decades, the Sweetwater Union High School District has used at least $46 million in special taxes paid by property owners in the Eastlake neighborhood to fund projects in other parts of Chula Vista.
A roundup of everything we worked on this week, including San Diego Christian College’s suspension and a drop in methane levels at the Village of Escaya.
A weekly roundup for July 2 – July 6, including stats on fireworks-related fires in California and the vote tally of two San Diego City Council races.
It’s not every day we get to speak to a national audience. But this week we did. Our eight-minute documentary about a couple from Montana who invested their life savings into a “miracle” diabetes treatment aired on the PBS NewsHour. (If you missed it, here’s the link.) This documentary took a ton of work. What […]
A roundup of everything we worked on this week.