At inewsource, we value each subscriber and thank you for your interest in our work. A few words about who we are and how we’re different from most other media organizations…
First, we’re a nonpartisan, data-driven news organization. That can be a mouthful, we know. Here’s what it means:
- [non-pahr-tuh-zuhn] We don’t advocate for any political party, platform or person. We’re not telling you what to think about any issue — whether it’s local government, education, health, or the environment. Instead, we’re here simply to provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions.
- [dey-tuh driv–uhn] We pride ourselves on our data work. We’re the only journalism organization in San Diego with the capacity to take huge amounts of data — whether it’s from local, state, national or private sources — and crunch the numbers to find underlying trends, spot weaknesses or identify solutions. We create interactive maps for you to explore your neighborhood, city or county, and spend countless hours building searchable databases. It’s pretty great.
Second, we know we’re not perfect and we’re always trying to do better. We value your feedback, whether it’s through an email, a phone call or a comment on our Facebook page. Our reporters are good people and they love it when readers reach out to them to compliment, critique or expand on their stories. If you see something, say something.
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We could go on, but that’s enough for now. If you want to learn more about us — our reporters, our publishing partners or our awards, take some time on our “about” page. And make sure to follow our organization and our reporters on Twitter and Facebook. We don’t post 100 stories a day so we won’t flood your social media.
Again, welcome. It’s really nice to see you here.
The entire inewsource team
P.S. Here are a few recent government stories to get you started…
They went to a gun range for a birthday celebration. Then came the threats from right-wing extremists.
Friends say their personal information was sent by an employee at Discount Gun Mart in San Diego to right-wing extremists.
Cross the U.S.-Mexico border often? Here’s how to avoid becoming a ‘blind mule’
“Blind mule” smuggling – where drug traffickers plant drugs on unsuspecting border crossers before they enter the U.S. – targets frequent border crossers.
Él cruzó la frontera entre los Estados Unidos y México con 90 libras de metanfetamina y no tenía idea. No es el único
Expertos en crimen concuerdan que los traficantes asechan a una pequeña fracción de quienes cruzan la frontera para ser transportistas insospechados.
We’ll let you know when big things happen.