Fifth in a series: A project marking the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment
The tractor, part of the dredging activity at the harbor, ran over her about 10 a.m.
Decision comes after reports of a criminal investigation, questions about his personal disclosures
Federal agency wants answers about the drug and smart device used to inject the DNA-vaccine before giving the go-ahead for large scale clinical trial
A red-flag fire weather warning was extended until late Tuesday
Four Northern California blazes — the Glass and Boysen fires in Napa County, the Shady fire in Santa Rosa and the Zogg fire in Shasta County — burned 11,000 acres in barely 24 hours.
Trump needs to change a race he’s losing. Biden needs to prove himself to voters who don’t like the president but remain uncertain about the challenger.
The bombshell revelations that President Donald Trump paid just $750 in federal income taxes the year he ran for office and paid no income taxes at all in many others threaten to undercut a pillar of his appeal among blue-collar voters
The board will get its first new board member in six years; three are vying for the job
‘It’s been a whirlwind since then. We’ve dealt with so many trials and tribulations,’ Tony Abuka said of his brother’s death in El Cajon four years ago, which sparked protests against police-involved shootings
There are 20,000 criminal cases are awaiting some kind of resolution, presenting a daunting challenge for the court system as it tries to get fully operating
Cori Schumacher says “obsessive conduct” is threatening
Online fundraisers show need, generosity during COVID-19 shutdown
Olga Diaz is not seeking re-election after 12 years
Republicans could lose one of two remaining council seats in District 7 runoff
There are major changes for San Diego voters before Election Day, and it’s unclear what races will be called by the end of the night
When Escondido voters go to the polls Nov. 3, they’ll determine the philosophical and policy direction of the City Council for at least the next two years, as three of the five seats on the panel will be up for grabs.
Demographic shifts, social-justice activism suggested time was ripe for return to race-based considerations. Recent polls raise questions.
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Lincoln Kennedy says Raiders sorely miss right tackle Trent Brown and defensive issues demand more TDs from O
Grading the Chargers after Sunday’s loss to the Carolina Panthers
Padres will face Cardinals for third time in their past three playoff appearances
Padres shortstop has improved on routine, leads all shortstops with six outs above average
On this date in 1998, Greg Vaughn hit his 50th homer on the last day of the season to establish the Padres’ franchise record
Hear from Eric Hosmer, Fernando Tatis Jr. and Jayce Tingler and see the reaction from fans as the Padres clinch a postseason berth for the first time since 2006.
Hear from Padres infielder Greg Garcia, who spent many winning seasons playing with the St. Louis Cardinals
Nonprofits estimate up to 40 percent of Baja residents are living with food insecurity — and shutdown of city’s food bank isn’t helping
More than 1,400 people have vanished in Baja California in the last decade, according to state figures
Conference on innovation in the border region happens at the next week
Muralists in San Ysidro and Tijuana participate in binational exhibits
Activists supporting the Kumeyaay used ceremonial prayer to halt construction near Campo
Who gets asylum? A decade of immigration court data reveals a capricious asylum system that has fallen short of its promise of safety for 40 years
An asylum seeker’s chances at protection hinge on numerous factors that often seem arbitrary — from location to nationality to individual judge assigned — according to a Union-Tribune analysis of immigration court records
Researchers found that more than 1 million records of U.S. immigration cases were missing from recently released government databases
Reporters Kate Morrissey and Lauryn Schroeder discuss how they approached the second installment in a multi-part series that explores the asylum system and whether it is working the way it was intended
Previewing the Padres’ four-game series at the San Francisco Giants: 4:10 p.m. Friday (doubleheader), 6:15 p.m. Saturday and 12:05 p.m. Sunday
Protesters took to the streets of downtown San Diego on Wednesday night after a grand jury in Kentucky declined to bring homicide charges in Breonna Taylor’s death.
Previewing the Padres’ two-game series against the visiting Los Angeles Angels: 6:10 p.m. Tuesday and 1:10 p.m. Wednesday
Rear Adm. Collin Green tried to root out misconduct among the elite Navy SEALs and became the target of conspiracy allegations in Gallagher case
Bills introduced by Democrats Mike Levin and Scott Peters address COVID-19 housing relief, mental health for veterans
Members of the newly formed U.S. Space Force are deploying troops to a vast new frontier: the Arabian Peninsula