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Most popular inewsource stories of 2017 — and the impact they made

Most popular inewsource stories of 2017 — and the impact they made

There was a lot of talk this year about “fake news” and the role of the news media in keeping the public informed. At inewsource, our stories are built on a foundation of in-depth reporting, documents and data. Accountability journalism takes time, persistence, precision and patience to get it right. As 2017 draws to a close, we’re looking back at ... Read More »

Hundreds of homeless get free tickets <br/> out of San Diego

Hundreds of homeless get free tickets
out of San Diego

Over the past five years, a downtown-based nonprofit has bused more than 1,000 homeless people out of San Diego in hopes of reuniting them with friends and family. The Family Reunification Program — established in 2012 by the Downtown San Diego Partnership — gives homeless in downtown a free Greyhound bus ticket to anywhere in the nation if they can ... Read More »

How one community clinic struggles <br \>with Medi-Cal doctor shortage

How one community clinic struggles
with Medi-Cal doctor shortage

Nearly one million San Diego County residents — that’s nearly one in three — are on Medi-Cal, the federal/state health plan for low income people, so it’s important that there are enough doctors willing to accept them as patients. But a new survey says the county  has a shortage of both primary care doctors and, especially, specialists who are willing ... Read More »

Frequently asked questions about LLCs

Frequently asked questions about LLCs

Phil Jelsma is a partner at CGS3, a boutique real estate law firm in Carmel Valley, and he specializes in limited liability companies. Don’t know much about those? Jelsma was nice enough to sit down with inewsource to walk through the basics. Here’s an edited conversation. Read More »