By Maureen Tobin & Kit Cole
It is easy to dismiss L.A. as a city with lackluster public transit options until you actually read about what is going on around the L.A. basin.
While all air traffic is still going through the Tijuana International Airport, just a stone’s throw from the US/Mexico border, a 390-foot sky bridge spans the border and links up with a full servi
They tried to ban smelly people too, but that one failed.
There were some pretty colorful metaphors in the public comment.
Timing is everything, especially on San Diego’s increasingly congested streets.
A Bay Area startup is making waves with a set of new bunk-bed style sleeping pods available for $800 a month. They’re basically bunk beds with curtains in a space no more than 8 feet high.
A three judge panel of the Third Appellate District Court has sided with San Diego in its challenge over a state mandate that requires local water districts to pay for lead testing at schools.