Celebrating 10 years of stories with impact

For 10 years, we have used our investigative skills to look out for San Diego. From government accountability, education and healthcare, to the environment and campaign finance, inewsource reporters have made the region better through their in-depth, fact-based journalism.

A decade of trust, transparency, collaboration and community

It’s because of you – our loyal audience, steadfast Spotlight Club supporters and dedicated members of our board of directors – that we’ve reached this milestone. Thank you.

For the next few months, we’ll be celebrating our birthday with a splash: a new look and more reporting beats, with the same credible reporting you can count on.

We’re looking out for you, San Diego.

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Meet our newsroom

For inewsource reporters, accountability journalism is much more than a job. It's a calling that drives their passion for the truth daily. Watch the video below to catch a glimpse into a day in the life of our journalists.

Behind the scenes

October 22, 2019

Our journalists do incredible work day in and day out, and we like to tout them as often as we can. But we also want you to know about the dedication and volunteer service of our inewsource Board of Directors. They are the ones behind the scenes upholding our mission and guiding our vision, ensuring sound governance and our path forward.


Training the next generation of watchdogs

September 5, 2019

We have terrific, talented and passionate journalists on our team practicing the kind of public service journalism that our audiences have come to expect from inewsource. What you may not know is that some of the legwork that goes into our in-depth reporting is done by paid college interns recruited locally and nationally.


inewsource captures 15 first-place awards in 2019 San Diego SPJ contest

July 19, 2019

inewsource journalists were honored with 19 awards Wednesday night from the San Diego chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, including 15 first-place awards – the most of any news organization. The Follow The Money series – a five-part guide to the money behind five measures on the November ballot – won first place in the audio, digital and video categories. Judges said about the project: “This series lays out and explains the various propositions that California voters would find on the ballot in a clear conversational manner that was easy to understand.” For the digital presentation, the judges called it “a true public service.”


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