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Navy to Christen USS John L. Canley, Named for Vietnam Vet Who Won Medal of Honor

Retired U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Maj. John L. Canley, the 300th Marine Medal of Honor recipient, gives closing remarks at the Pentagon in Arlington, Va., on Oct. 18,...

Suspect in National City DUI Deaths Had Completed Probation for Prior Offense 3 Weeks Ago

Jessica Talamante, who died with Brian McKee Wednesday. A suspected DUI driver is...

SANDAG Finalizes New Policies to Clamp Down on Credit Card Misuse

Executive Director Hasan Ikhrata attends a SANDAG board meeting in May. (Zoë Meyers/inewsource)...

Opinion: Plastics Recycling Has Largely Failed — California Must Find a New Solution

Plastic bottles. Photo via Pixabay Plastic waste is the legacy we are leaving our children. It is everywhere: In remote...

Opinion: Medi-Cal Changes Will Let More Seniors Live at Home with All-Inclusive Care

Walkers at a nursing home. Photo via Pixabay No matter how complex their health or mobility challenges, every older adult...

Opinion: Afghans Who Helped Us Need the Same Protection as Ukraine Refugees

Families board an Air Force C-17 Globemaster at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul on Monday. Marine Corps photo via REUTERS. ...

Opinion: At 102, a San Diegan Proves the Value of Curiosity, Activity and Gratitude

Cunya Wu Among the benefits of working with older adults at Serving Seniors is the opportunity to learn priceless life...

Opinion: California’s Outsize Gun Sales Help Fund the Firearms Industry and Its Lobbying

AR-15 style rifles are displayed for sale at Firearms Unknown, a gun store in Oceanside. REUTERS/Bing Guan As a student...

Opinion: Toni Atkins’ California Dream Plan Is Well Meant, But Not Enough

A home for sale in the Tierrasanta neighborhood of San Diego. Staff photo California is the land of dreams and...

Opinion: Protecting the Joshua Tree Imperils California’s Transition to Clean Energy

A large-scale solar energy project in Kern County. Courtesy of Recurrent Energy California is falling behind on meeting our climate...

Opinion: Mass Incarceration Must End; Closing Private Prisons Is a Good Start

View of the Western Region Detention Facility along Front and C Street in Downtown San Diego on Friday, February 12, 2022. (Sandy Huffaker/inewsource)...

Opinion: We Must Transform California’s Transportation to Stop Fueling Climate Change

Commuters navigate early morning traffic as they drive towards downtown in Los Angeles. REUTERS/Mike Blake For over half a...

Opinion: 4 California Swing Districts Could Affect Which Party Controls Congress

U.S. Rep. Mike Levin represents one of the four swing districts. Photo by Chris Stone San Francisco and Bakersfield are...

Opinion: 4 California Swing Districts Could Effect Which Party Controls Congress

U.S. Rep. Mike Levin represents one of the four swing districts. Photo by Chris Stone San Francisco and Bakersfield are...

Opinion: Everyone Deserves the Benefits of Solar Technology — Including Renters

Workers install solar panels on a rooftop. Photo Courtesy of Sempra California is both the nation’s leading renewable-energy proponent and...

Opinion: After the Big California Budget Surplus, Buckle Up for the Big Deficit

The state Capitol at night. Photo by Max Whittaker for CALmatters California has a near-$100 billion budget surplus, which has...

Opinion: BIO Convention an Opportunity for Downtown Life Science Sector to Shine

A rendering of a building planned in the downtown Research and Development District. Courtesy IQHQ Premier biotech companies, investors, and...

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