Failing grades reflect disruptions and students’ lack of resources due to pandemic, experts say
Court says SDG&E surcharge is not a tax
La Jolla Playhouse is a co-presenting the streaming staged play launching Saturday
I feel so lucky and proud to be a research ‘hero’ in this important battle against coronavirus.
Just one winner, but longtime local leader helped sell Padres fans, media on ownership and long-term plan
Brian Romo’s sister asked witnesses to put themselves in her family’s shoes and step forward
Artistic director James Darvas said a sign and marquee showing support after George Floyd’s death sparked anger and a threat
The county’s adjusted case rate was 13.1 cases per 100,000 residents, far above the 7 cases that might help lift some restrictions
Online spending is projected to hit $8.9 billion, a 20 percent jump over last year
Most counties in the state are now suffering their worst coronavirus daily case rates of the entire COVID-19 pandemic
With no place to go, many seniors spend days in their room, with food delivery their only human contact
‘It shocked us in a way because it’s so close to us.’ Southern San Diego residents grapple with surge in COVID-19 cases
What had been a food stand in Sherman Heights now feeds about 300 families a week, organizers say
The utility reports a 22.5% increase since February for accounts more than 4 months past due
City, community leaders frustrated by backlogs of complaints, income disparities
Where to watch ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas,’ the Grinch and other holiday faves
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The Padres partnered with The Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank to feed more than 600 families in need this holiday season.
Sophomore from Oakland scores 13 points in under three minutes as San Diego State improves to 2-0
San Diego State will play Saturday afternoon in a nonconference contest against Buffaloes on Pac-12 Network
ICE uses physical abuse, solitary confinement and false documents to force Black and African asylum seekers onto ‘death planes’
Three Mexican nationals were arrested as part of a long-running investigation into the Sinaloa Cartel
Advocates are urging California leaders to stop transfers from state prisons and jails to ICE custody and exercise public health oversight
Ramon Santoyo Cristobal, aka “Dr. Wagner,” is alleged to be a member of the Sinaloa cartel
At Truth Act forum, advocates, attorneys, and community members urged Sheriff Bill Gore to halt policies resulting in deportations
Veterans Village of San Diego, along with many partner organizations, hosted a scaled-back, socially-distant version of its annual ‘Stand Down’ event Sunday morning.
USO trip including nail-biting helicopter rides, carrier landing opened eyes of baseball veteran
Ten percent of U.S. veterans are women yet there is a dearth of V.A. facilities named after female service members