All school districts in San Diego County will close all schools beginning on Monday in a precaution as the spread of the coronavirus continues and now includes five presumptive cases in San Diego.
By Arturo Castañares Editor-at-Large (Story updated Match 13, 2020 @ 6:58 pm) The race to be the next Mayor of San Diego is still undecided ten days after the election as votes continue to be counted by the Registrar of Voters. With all Election Day and absentee votes counted, Assemblyman Todd Gloria leads the six-candidate […]
By Mario A. Cortez Despite being a National Historic Landmark in the heart of the City, many San Diegans still don’t know Chicano Park. But this weekend, anyone unacquainted with the park or wanting to get a different perspective will have a chance to learn more. From Friday, March 6 through Sunday, March 8, the […]
A $15 billion statewide bond measure on California’s ballot to modernize schools throughout the state failed to pass by a margin of 11.8%.
By Arturo Castañares Editor-at-Large (Story updated March 8, 2020 @ 5:01 pm) Super Tuesday brought many national and local races into more clear focus and gave some candidates huge boosts while clearing the field of many others, but two races are still too close to call. As of Friday evening, 250,000, absentee and provisional ballots […]
After the first US death connected to the coronavirus was reported in the state of Washington on Saturday, eight more people in Washington have died from the illness.
A celebration in Barrio Logan of food, craft beer, live music, live art, and live history will honor the history of the ‘Batallón de San Patricio’ Irish soldiers that fought alongside Mexican troops in the Mexican-American War.
The Democratic political establishment has begun to jump on the growing bandwagon of former Vice-President Joe Biden on the eve of the biggest day in the primary elections season.
Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg was scheduled to hold a rally at San Ysidro High School on Monday, January 2, but, instead, announced he will be suspending his campaign on Sunday.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has stopped President Trump’s policy of sending asylum-seeking migrants back to Mexico while they wait for their asylum applications to be reviewed.
Arturo Castanares Editor-at-Large Putting America first has been the mantra during Donald Trump’s presidency where he’s engaged in trade wars, naming calling, military assassinations, and close to all-out war with other countries. Trump has criticized China as a currency manipulator, the EU as an unfair trading partner, and of course Iran as a rogue state […]
The Supreme Court ruled that the parents of a Mexican boy shot to death from across the by a US Border Patrol agent cannot sue for wrongful death.
A new report shows that Chula Vista commutes rank among the top 20 worst in the US.
Few political pundits expected Bernie Sanders to do so well among Latinos in last week’s Nevada caucuses where the Vermont Senator garnered 54% of the Latino vote that helped propel him comfortably into first place in the Silver State.
A group of San Diegans affected by California’s Assembly Bill 5 arrived at an Elizabeth Warren campaign event in Barrio Logan where the bill’s author, State Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez-Fletcher (D-San Diego), was to speak before a stump speech by Obama-era HUD secretary Julian Castro.
A meeting of nearly 100 Latino community leaders and activists in Los Angeles last week led to a historic endorsement of Bernie Sanders for President just two weeks before the California primary election.
By Alberto Garcia New statistics released by US Customs & Border Protection show that most immigrants arrested entering the US as family units were released from Border Patrol stations and not deported. Of the 473,682 undocumented immigrants that were apprehended crossing the border with at least one family member between Oct. 1, 2018 and Sept. […]