Inequalities in the U.S. labor market have worsened during the pandemic with working from home fueling the divide, according to a new report.
A two-woman, one-man crew was making finishing touches Sunday night after more than 26 hours of painting that began Saturday morning.
Marginally cooler weather was predicted Sunday for San Diego County, with an expansive shield of high clouds, the National Weather Service said.
During what the Navy calls a planned incremental availability, the maintenance team provided over 2.6 million man-hours overhauling spaces and equipment from the mast to the keel.
The Spanish-language newspaper has opened a 2,500-square-foot storefront in Chula Vista where women can rent space and sell jewelry, art, hats, clothing and health products on consignment.
The Little Italy Food Hall again has partnered with Sam the Cooking Guy to welcome his Samburgers as its newest addition.
Prior to the pandemic, convention centers nationwide were so overbuilt that many, including San Diego’s, were cutting prices. And business travel may not come back after COVID.
The damage has been huge, widening the already yawning gap between the at-risk students and their more privileged peers.
The University of San Diego dropped two out of three to Loyola Marymount this weekend, despite being off to their best start in nearly 20 years.
An elderly woman suffered injuries Sunday when her SUV went down an embankment in Fallbrook, fire officials said.
If you feel comfortable enough to visit a movie theater already open near you, “Godzilla vs. Kong” fully lives up to the long-missed big screen experience.
Two people were transported to the hospital early Sunday after a vehicle flew off Interstate 5 and overturned down an embankment in Nestor.
Two men were shot within 30 minutes of each other Sunday in the same South Encanto neighborhood, police said.
A 31-year-old man was in a southbound vehicle with a 38-year-old woman when a black sedan pulled alongside and the front passenger fired multiple shots at them.