San Diego’s New Police Oversight Panel Faces Delay Despite 2020 Voter Approval

January 19, 2022 La Prensa San Diego

New reconstituted San Diego police oversight panel has run into roadblock and could take years to implement in San Diego.

Witness: Man Killed by CV Casino Security Guards Was Held Down Like George Floyd

January 18, 2022 La Prensa San Diego

Suspect was already unconscious before an ambulance and police arrived, although no one performed CPR until paramedics tried to save him.

Trash Piling Up During Strike in CV, City Fails to Use Contract Provisions to Force Pick Ups

January 11, 2022 La Prensa San Diego

Three week old worker strike has delayed pick ups and piled up trash throughout the county’s second-largest city.

CV Spent $16,000 to Find Out ‘Gringo’ Isn’t Considered Discrimination

January 10, 2022 La Prensa San Diego

Chula Vista spent nearly $16,000 to investigate whether the Hispanic Mayor calling a White Councilman a “Gringo” constitutes discrimination.

Former SD Deputy Pleads Guilty to Killing Mentally Ill Suspect, Avoids Life Term

January 7, 2022 La Prensa San Diego

Former Deputy pled guilty to manslaughter for shooting an unarmed suspect attempting to escape before being booked into jail.

Small Jet Crash in Santee Seems to be Pilot Error, All Four on Board Killed

January 5, 2022 La Prensa San Diego

Air ambulance jet crashed in Santee two days after Christmas, killing its two pilots and two nurses who were returning from a transport trip.

CA Snowpack Back Above Normal Again after Driest Year in Nearly a Century

December 31, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

State’s snowpack is at 160% of normal, welcomed news after having just ending the second-driest year on record and the driest since 1924.

Holiday Bowl Game Canceled Over COVID Infections Among UCLA Team

December 28, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

One of San Diego’s biggest year-end sporting events was canceled today due to COVID-19 infections just hours before it was scheduled to begin.

PERSPECTIVE: City Attorney Still Manipulating Investigations into 101 Ash St

December 21, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

Maybe, just maybe, Elliott shouldn’t be anywhere near any of these investigations so that the truth can finally be revealed. Just sayin’.

SD Deputy Sheriffs’ Union to Spend $25,000 to Sway Dem Party Endorsement

December 19, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

Sheriff’s union to spend $25,000 to “whip” votes in an attempt to influence the local Dem Party’s endorsement in Sheriff campaign.

Unemployment in SD Falls to 4.6% in Nov, Better than Expected Job Growth

December 18, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

November unemployment rate lower than expected, two points lower than the predicted rate of 6.8% set last year.

Sergeant Claims Sheriff & Exec Officers Put Deputies’ Lives at Risk by Playing Politics

December 17, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

Claims political motives drove decisions on when and how to execute court-ordered evictions during the COVID pandemic.

Newsom Suggests Texas-Style Law to Let People Sue over Sale of Assault Weapons

December 12, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

Newson said he will push for new legislation to ban assault-style weapons after a federal judge overturned the State’s ban.

PERSPECTIVE: Yo Soy Dórian, You are Dorian, We are all Dorian

December 8, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

The protections of the 1st Amendment are powerful, but not sacrosanct. We must stand up, together, to protect each other.

Batalla de Carriles Bici Enfrenta a Empresas y Residentes Contra Objetivos Climáticos de SD

December 7, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

Una apelación contra el proyecto de desarrollo de carriles dedicados a bicicletas en la calle 30.

Battle of the Bike Lanes Pits Businesses & Residents Against City’s Climate Goals

La Prensa San Diego

Attorney representing local residents and merchants has recently filed an appeal related to the 30th Street Protected Bikeways Mobility Project. 

PERSPECTIVE: Per-Mile Car Tax Would Be More Fair than Current Per-Gallon Taxes

December 5, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

SANDAG and our State Legislature must look for more fair ways to tax drivers as we move toward a more sustainable future, together.

SD City Attorney Used Cash to Pay Legal Fees to Rival, Misdirected One Payment

December 3, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

Mara Elliott used cash to pay thousands of dollars in legal fees she owed her recent campaign opponent Cory Briggs.

Biden Forced to Reinstate Remain-in-Mexico Policy for Asylum Seekers

December 2, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

Biden reinstated controversial Trump-era policy that forces asylum seekers at the US-Mexico border to remain south of the border.

Biden Restablece la Política de Permanencia en México para los Solicitantes de Asilo

La Prensa San Diego

La política de la era del presidente Trump obliga a los solicitantes de asilo que permanecen en México mientras esperan aprobación.

San Diego’s New Police Oversight Panel Faces Delay Despite 2020 Voter Approval

January 19, 2022 La Prensa San Diego

New reconstituted San Diego police oversight panel has run into roadblock and could take years to implement in San Diego.

Witness: Man Killed by CV Casino Security Guards Was Held Down Like George Floyd

January 18, 2022 La Prensa San Diego

Suspect was already unconscious before an ambulance and police arrived, although no one performed CPR until paramedics tried to save him.

Trash Piling Up During Strike in CV, City Fails to Use Contract Provisions to Force Pick Ups

January 11, 2022 La Prensa San Diego

Three week old worker strike has delayed pick ups and piled up trash throughout the county’s second-largest city.

CV Spent $16,000 to Find Out ‘Gringo’ Isn’t Considered Discrimination

January 10, 2022 La Prensa San Diego

Chula Vista spent nearly $16,000 to investigate whether the Hispanic Mayor calling a White Councilman a “Gringo” constitutes discrimination.

Former SD Deputy Pleads Guilty to Killing Mentally Ill Suspect, Avoids Life Term

January 7, 2022 La Prensa San Diego

Former Deputy pled guilty to manslaughter for shooting an unarmed suspect attempting to escape before being booked into jail.

CA Snowpack Back Above Normal Again after Driest Year in Nearly a Century

December 31, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

State’s snowpack is at 160% of normal, welcomed news after having just ending the second-driest year on record and the driest since 1924.

Holiday Bowl Game Canceled Over COVID Infections Among UCLA Team

December 28, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

One of San Diego’s biggest year-end sporting events was canceled today due to COVID-19 infections just hours before it was scheduled to begin.

SD Deputy Sheriffs’ Union to Spend $25,000 to Sway Dem Party Endorsement

December 19, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

Sheriff’s union to spend $25,000 to “whip” votes in an attempt to influence the local Dem Party’s endorsement in Sheriff campaign.

Unemployment in SD Falls to 4.6% in Nov, Better than Expected Job Growth

December 18, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

November unemployment rate lower than expected, two points lower than the predicted rate of 6.8% set last year.

PERSPECTIVE: Per-Mile Car Tax Would Be More Fair than Current Per-Gallon Taxes

December 5, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

SANDAG and our State Legislature must look for more fair ways to tax drivers as we move toward a more sustainable future, together.

SD City Attorney Used Cash to Pay Legal Fees to Rival, Misdirected One Payment

December 3, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

Mara Elliott used cash to pay thousands of dollars in legal fees she owed her recent campaign opponent Cory Briggs.

Biden Forced to Reinstate Remain-in-Mexico Policy for Asylum Seekers

December 2, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

Biden reinstated controversial Trump-era policy that forces asylum seekers at the US-Mexico border to remain south of the border.

PERSPECTIVE: City Attorney Still Manipulating Investigations into 101 Ash St

December 21, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

Maybe, just maybe, Elliott shouldn’t be anywhere near any of these investigations so that the truth can finally be revealed. Just sayin’.

PERSPECTIVE: Yo Soy Dórian, You are Dorian, We are all Dorian

December 8, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

The protections of the 1st Amendment are powerful, but not sacrosanct. We must stand up, together, to protect each other.

PERSPECTIVE: Per-Mile Car Tax Would Be More Fair than Current Per-Gallon Taxes

December 5, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

SANDAG and our State Legislature must look for more fair ways to tax drivers as we move toward a more sustainable future, together.

PERSPECTIVE: If Footnote 15 is Real, City Officials & Lawyers May Have Committed Crimes

November 29, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

Criminal investigators should be combing through the complex details of who knew what when.

PERSPECTIVE: DA Should Pass 101 Ash Investigation to Feds to Avoid Conflicts

October 5, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

A credible investigation into the origins of the 101 Ash deal and the financial advantages taken by a few insiders is much needed without political undertones.

PERSPECTIVE: Police Actions Have Eroded Our Confidence

August 15, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

The media is an unwitting accomplice in relying on information and amplifying false or misleading narratives without independently fact-checking.

PERSPECTIVE: Jason Hughes is a Piñata but Who’s Yanking the Rope?

July 5, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

Jason Hughes deserves the beating he’s now taking for playing both sides of the deal, but we should follow the rope back to see who is really behind the cheap entertainment.

PERSPECTIVE: If the US Revolution was a Divorce, 4th of July was only the Separation Date

July 1, 2021 La Prensa San Diego

We’ve all learned that the Declaration of Independence signalled the founding of the US and we celebrate it each year on the now-sacred date of July 4th.

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