Homeless registered sex offender Clarence White faces new charges after exposing himself to a woman shortly after being released from jail, raising questions about the effectiveness of the current legal system in protecting communities.
San Diego Revives SRO Housing Strategies to Tackle Homelessness and Boost Affordable Housing Options
San Diego introduces a streamlined permit process in an effort to increase affordable Single-Room Occupancy (SRO) housing, taking into account the city's history of success with SRO implementation and the housing shortage faced by low-income and homeless individuals.
San Diego County leads the way in piloting the CARE Act program to support severely impaired individuals experiencing untreated schizophrenia or other psychotic disorders, influencing a new chapter in mental health treatment.
Solana Beach Gears Up for Annual Citywide Pavement Rehab, Residents Brace for 18-week Transformation
As the Annual Citywide Pavement Rehabilitation Project is set to commence on October 2nd, residents should be aware of the various construction activities around the city, particularly on Highland Drive. In the long run, these repairs will prioritize the preservation of city streets.
Spring Valley Shooting Suspect Apprehended, Untraceable Ghost Gun Linked to Shocking Incident in San Diego
Ghost guns and the proliferation of firearms in our communities raise concerns and questions in the wake of a recent shooting in Spring Valley, where a man was arrested with an AR-15 ghost gun in his possession.
A San Diego County mother is recovering from a brutal stabbing attack by a 15-year-old at a Vista transit station, sending shockwaves through the community and raising concerns over the safety of public spaces.