Morning Report: Ex-City Real Estate Chief Says Landlord Denied Paying ‘Volunteer’ Advisor

Morning Report: Ex-City Real Estate Chief Says Landlord Denied Paying ‘Volunteer’ Advisor

May 17, 2022 The city’s former real estate chief recently testified under oath that she directly asked the city’s 101 Ash St. and Civic Center Plaza landlord at least twice if the company was paying the city’s purportedly volunteer real estate adviser. On two occasions, ex-city real estate director Cybele Thompson recalled during an April … Read more

San Diegans stand up to hate

San Diegans stand up to hate

Good Morning, I’m Annica Colbert….it’s Tuesday, May 17th>>>> San Diegans take a stand against racism More on that next. But first… let’s do the headlines….###### Federal officials say they’ve found a sophisticated cross-border tunnel in Otay Mesa. Officials announced the discovery Monday. They say it has reinforced walls, a rail system, power and ventilation. The … Read more

Opinion: California’s Bears Are At Risk — It’s Past Time To Pause Hunting Them

Opinion: Expanding Nuclear Power To Fight Climate Change Would Be Insanity

By Kym Bower, Times of San Diego May 16, 2022 Wildlife face unprecedented hardships, particularly in California. Considering habitat loss from continuous urban sprawl, recreational hunting, catastrophic wildfires, and record-breaking droughts, it’s more important than ever that we have a strong understanding of what our wildlife populations are so that we can adequately monitor which … Read more

Women, Allies Among Thousands Marching for Abortion Rights in San Diego, Across SoCal

Women, Allies Among Thousands Marching for Abortion Rights in San Diego, Across SoCal

Marchers in downtown San Diego Saturday showing their support for reproductive rights. Photo credit: OnScene.TV Tens of thousands of people took to the streets in San Diego and across Southern California on Saturdays as part of a nationwide effort to show support for abortion rights. The protests came as the US Supreme Court is apparently … Read more

San Diego drug tunnel found in Otay Mesa warehouse linking to Tijuana home, more than 1,000 pounds of cocaine seized

San Diego drug tunnel found in Otay Mesa warehouse linking to Tijuana home, more than 1,000 pounds of cocaine seized

SAN DIEGO — US authorities on Monday announced the discovery of a major drug smuggling tunnel on Mexico’s border, running the length of a football field on US soil to a warehouse in an industrial area. The secret passage from Tijuana to San Diego featured rail and ventilation systems, electricity and reinforced walls, authorities said. … Read more