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Updated December 2019
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Get the story behind the story every weekday. Host Daniel Wheaton interviews Union-Tribune reporters about what matters in San Diego.
 
The official home for audio programming from Gaslamp Ball, SB Nation's community for fans of the San Diego Padres.
 
The official home for audio programming from Gaslamp Ball, SB Nation's community for fans of the San Diego Padres.
 
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Welcome to Legacy International Center, a $190 million Bible-themed resort rooted in a vision that 88-year-old pentecostal preacher Morris Cerullo says was handed down by God. Widely known for his overseas crusades and worldwide ministering for the last 70 years, the longtime televangelist has relocated the headquarters of Morris Cerullo World ...…
 
For the second time in four years, Ballast Point — a San Diego craft beer pioneer that became one of the areas’s largest breweries — has been sold.Kings & Convicts Brewing Co., a tiny Illinois firm, on Tuesday announced an agreement to buy Ballast Point from New York-based Constellations Brands, Inc. Terms of the sale were not disclosed, but in ...…
 
In this MEGA episode, Craig Elsten and John Gennaro get together to discuss: Soccer/Sockers banter (for 9 minutes!) Padres trade Luis Urias & Eric Lauer to the Brewers (REACTION!) Padres trade for Jurickson Profar Padres sign Drew Pomeranz to a big contract Do these make the Padres better? Do they make them GREAT? Tune in and find out. Learn mo ...…
 
A recent analysis of a year’s worth of stops by San Diego police and county sheriff’s deputies found that black people across the county are searched, arrested and subjected to force at higher rates than white people.The report also states that both the San Diego Police Department and the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department exhibit anti-Latin ...…
 
Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Alpine, admitted his guilt Tuesday in a yearslong campaign-finance scandal and now awaits his sentence.The U.S. Marine veteran all but ended his political career during a brief hearing before U.S. District Court Judge Thomas J. Whelan, admitting to a single count of conspiracy to convert campaign funds to personal use. Whe ...…
 
After years of denials and claims he was the target of a political witch hunt, Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Alpine, is scheduled to appear in federal court Tuesday morning to plead guilty in a sweeping campaign finance investigation.The announcement was posted on the U.S. District Court docket Monday morning, then KUSI aired an interview with Hunter i ...…
 
Pacific Magazine editor Nina Garin discusses the latest issue which focuses on local specialties that sell great gifts for the holidays.By San Diego Union-Tribune
 
The holidays were the worst.That’s not because Marissa and Chris Heintschel hated Thanksgiving or Christmas — far from it. Both raised in large Catholic families, they cherish having a full house, echoing with relatives’s chatter and children’s laughter, the air scented with the rich aromas of turkey and pie.Since 2016, though, these celebratio ...…
 
The holiday season is stressful enough, add on the responsibilities of caregiving, and this time of year can be stressful.Host Daniel Wheaton interviews Juliet Hendrix, editor of Caregiver SD, and Lauren Mapp, a reporter for the site about how to manage the needs of those you're providing care to with the demands of the holidays.…
 
A crisis at the top of military leadership in the handling of a high-profile war crimes case has raised questions in the San Diego military community about the military justice system and what good order and discipline looks like.President Donald Trump’s recent interventions in several military justice cases, including that of San Diego-based N ...…
 
As the crew of the Stella June dug into plates of Asian fusion at the Chubby Noodle on sleepy Paseo del la Marina, captain Evan Salvay ran fingers through hair shaped by a day’s worth of salt water, wind, broiling sun and spiking anxiety.The 27-year-old had ridden both sides of the exhilarating and sometimes cruel waves at the Bisbee’s Black an ...…
 
Last month marine scientists set out in the Gulf of California looking for vaquita porpoises, fearing that they could be extinct, but instead spotted a number of them, including mothers with calvesBy San Diego Union-Tribune
 
It’s summer in Antarctica, and scientists from all around the world are flying back to research stations on the continent as part of a now years-long race to uncover world’s oldest ice and better predict planetary warming, sea level rise and more.Trapped in the ancient glaciers are tiny air bubbles — time capsules documenting changes in atmosph ...…
 
San Diego-based Naval Special Warfare Command is initiating a so-called “trident review” of four SEALs involved in a closely-watched war crimes case that divided the tight-knit SEAL community and became a cause célèbre for conservative commentators and politicians.Among the SEALs coming under review, according to a defense officials with knowle ...…
 
In the months before her death, Sabrina Rosario’s estranged husband would show up at her house unannounced. He would sit in the car and watch their children play from a distance. In text messages, he said he would never leave her alone.Less than two weeks ago, he messaged her a picture of a handgun. More than half a dozen cans of beer and a bot ...…
 
A year behind schedule and millions of dollars over budget, an ambitious plan by regional officials to build a sophisticated network of bicycle lanes and pedestrian crossings has proven more complicated than first anticipated.Obstacles include everything from neighborhood outrage at the loss of parking spaces to the technical challenges of over ...…
 
The images and stories captivated the world's attention. An exhausted 4-year-old collapsed to the ground, crying, her tiny legs unable to carry her another step. Thousands of Central Americans, each with their own unique personal story, many from Honduras and fleeing gang violence, gathered at the base of a tall, yellow fence, the border with M ...…
 
As a driven yet financially-strapped teenager, Toby Macfarlane knew his family couldn’t afford to send him to the University of Southern California. But he was enamored with the private school and determined to make it there.He did — in that pull-oneself-up-by-the-bootstraps kind of way — through a combination of scholarships, grants, loans and ...…
 
The 19-year-old San Diego State University freshman who died after an event at one of the school’s fraternities was gravely injured when he fell from his bunk bed, the county Medical Examiner’s Office said Tuesday.The death has prompted swift action from the university, which, on Tuesday, announced the creation of two task forces that will focu ...…
 
Craig Eslten talks about the San Diego Padres unveiling their new brown-and-yellow uniforms on Saturday night. Craig and John Gennaro talk about the Padres hiring of Larry Rothschild and who else might be getting replaced soon on the team's coaching staff. Craig and John make their pitches for how the Padres should spend their money this offsea ...…
 
Craig Eslten talks about the San Diego Padres unveiling their new brown-and-yellow uniforms on Saturday night. Craig and John Gennaro talk about the Padres hiring of Larry Rothschild and who else might be getting replaced soon on the team's coaching staff. Craig and John make their pitches for how the Padres should spend their money this offsea ...…
 
They call themselves the Creep Catchers Unit.For the last year, this small group of 20-somethings has run citizen stings in the region, particularly North County, posing as young teens on dating sites, and agreeing to meet with the people they suspect are trying to lure them for sex.“CC_Unit” records the meetup — more of a confrontation — then ...…
 
If you doubt that the super-rich are a different breed, tour their superyachts.Take, for instance, Golden Shadow. Launched in 1995 by San Diego’s Campbell Shipyard, the 219-foot vessel has luxurious staterooms for 16 guests, more modest quarters for 22 crew members, a 50-square-foot dive chamber and an exterior elevator platform, powerful enoug ...…
 
Asylum seekers who have finished their court cases are being sent back to Mexico with documents that contain fraudulent future court dates, keeping some migrants south of the border indefinitely, records show.Under the Migrant Protection Protocols policy, asylum seekers with cases in the United States have to wait in Mexico until those cases ar ...…
 
The woman who was killed when a shooter opened fire on a Church’s Chicken in Otay Mesa had just gotten married, family members said Thursday.Maribel Ibañez, 28, was one of three people struck by gunfire after a man who had been turned away for trying to buy a meal with counterfeit money started shooting at the restaurant on Del Sol Boulevard on ...…
 
The July mass arrest of 15 Camp Pendleton Marines in front of their 800-person battalion may have violated their rights and threatens to upend the case, attorneys for two of the accused told the Union-Tribune.On the morning of July 25, as 800 Marines stood in formation at the Camp San Mateo area of Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, 24 Marines’ ...…
 
Chargers owner Dean Spanos is giving no thought to relocating from Los Angeles and is fully committed to the team’s L.A. venture.That was the clear, firm message Tuesday from Chargers special counsel Mark Fabiani in response to a report in the The Athletic that the team would consider relocating to London.“There’s absolutely no truth to the ide ...…
 
The summit was in Rome, the focus was on the Amazon.But for Bishop Robert McElroy, leader of San Diego’s diocese and one of only three Americans among the 185 delegates to the Vatican’s Pan-Amazon Synod, the issues hit close to home.McElroy returned to San Diego last week to find traditionalists in an uproar. Along with most of the delegates, M ...…
 
San Diego’s plan to create community energy choice options is moving forward, with the possibility of having more than 700,000 new customers. Community choice energy offers the chance to purchase energy separate from an investor owned utility, which allows for quicker investment in green energy sources. Most of the county’s cities are for the p ...…
 
McKamey Manor used to be a notorious terror attraction in Rancho Peñasquitos, but now the manor haunts in new locations in Tennessee and Alabama. This is a haunted house taken to extreme --- YouTube videos of tours of McKamey Manor when it was based in San Diego showed participants vomiting, weeping and bruised, a young man crying out to be rel ...…
 
San Diego officials and community leaders are exploring plans to create an eight-block pedestrian plaza in the Gaslamp Quarter by closing Fifth Avenue to vehicles between Broadway and L Street.Supporters say the plaza would become a magnet for tourists and locals, broadening the Gaslamp Quarter’s appeal and changing the landscape of downtown.Mo ...…
 
San Diego’s leaders have long been pushing for safer streets and ways to get people out of their cars . . . but a plan for an interconnected bike network remains delayed and is 79 million dollars over budget. Local leaders say challenges in construction are primarily responsible for the delays.By San Diego Union-Tribune
 
Cancer patients hold onto hope the way some people hold onto the lap bars of roller coasters: As if their lives depend on it.And then they get ready for the ups and downs.Theresa Blanda and Nancy Davidson started their rides after they were diagnosed with rare and debilitating blood cancers that enlarge the spleen and can progress to complicati ...…
 
The San Diego Union-Tribune's archivist Merrie Monteagudo recounts several historical ghost stories including deaths at the Whaley House, sasquatches and yetis in East County and a Ghost Ship that haunts the Salton Sea.By San Diego Union-Tribune
 
Craig Elsten and John Gennaro react to the news that Jayce Tingler has been hired to be the manager of the San Diego Padres. Was it a good hire? Was it a good process? What does it mean for A.J. Preller? What might it mean for the fans? All bases are covered in this reaction episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Craig Elsten and John Gennaro react to the news that Jayce Tingler has been hired to be the manager of the San Diego Padres. Was it a good hire? Was it a good process? What does it mean for A.J. Preller? What might it mean for the fans? All bases are covered in this reaction episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Michael Schroder, the dean who traveled first class, stayed at Ritz-Carlton hotels and bought a $110 Bruno-style bone-in filet was not the only one at Cal State San Marcos using state tax money to cover luxury expenses.So were the people responsible for approving his expense reports.Graham Oberem, former provost and most frequent signer of Schr ...…
 
Every California motorist knows that gasoline is expensive in the Golden State. Taxes and fees on the state and federal levels account for more than 80 cents per gallon at the pump.But even after stripping out all those expenses, the California Energy Commission says drivers are still paying more than they should because of “an unexplained resi ...…
 
A lawsuit seeking records of accusations of sexual misconduct by employees of the San Diego District Attorney has settled, with the office turning over the records and agreeing to pay nearly $100,000 in legal fees incurred by a public records advocacy group which sought the information.The group, the First Amendment Coalition, filed suit in Jul ...…
 
San Diego’s transit agencies are making a big bet on the future of transit. Both the San Diego Association of Governments and the Metropolitan Transit System are pushing forward separate tax measures that would improve public transit. The investments may be key if the region hopes to improve transit service and get more people out of their cars ...…
 
While California is one of several states to legalize marijuana, demand for the plant isn’t just for getting high. Cannabidinol -- better known as CBD -- is now a popular substance that has found its way into everything from dog treats to lip balm. Claims of what CBD can do are vast, but many of them raise questions as to what’s true and what’s ...…
 
Several neighborhoods around San Diego County have turned to an Atlanta company to offer a new level of surveillance. Flock Safety provides private license plate readers that neighborhoods or HOAs can use to track who enters and leaves their neighborhoods. Amid the expansion of the internet of things, and 5G wireless technology, increased surve ...…
 
The federal government continues to send migrants back to Mexico who may not be subject to the Remain in Mexico program, according to a report published by lawyers and activists who work with asylum seekers in Mexico.The controversial program, officially known as Migrant Protection Protocols, does not have clear guidelines of who is subject to ...…
 
San Diego Republicans failed Monday to back a candidate for the 50th Congressional District, including the candidate who currently holds the seat.None of the four candidates received the two-thirds majority necessary to get an endorsement from the Republican Party of San Diego County. Forty-nine members cast ballots after a forum and the result ...…
 
Three months after new city regulations went into effect, two companies, Jump and Skip, have left town. Another, Lime, may lose its permit because of repeated operating infractions. Almost 500 riders received traffic tickets, more than half of them for riding on sidewalks. The city impounded more than 3,700 scooters for parking violations.It’s ...…
 
California’s housing market continues to become more expensive, but political leaders are seeing glimpses of a sea change coming. On a statewide level, there’s a renewed push to do more for middle-income housing, and in some cities like San Diego, new policies have been enacted to boost density without completely changing neighborhood character.…
 
If you ever wanted to be the owner of a desert town -- now’s your chance. The town of Campo is for sale, although the price hasn’t been announced and the seller is only accepting bids. The hamlet is about 10 miles north of the border along the 94, and is home to about 100 people. Not much has changed since the town was primarily built for the m ...…
 
Almost a year ago, San Diego voters approved Measure G, allowing for the sale of the former Qualcomm stadium site to San Diego State University. Plans for an expanded campus are underway, but the sale of the land to the university hasn’t been completed yet. The City and the University have several disagreements on the site, something that could ...…
 
Exuding the bohemian irreverence of its Ocean Beach roots, Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey comes with its own warning: “a night with Skrewball is bound to get a little nutty.”The same could be said for the legal battle being waged over ownership of the locally crafted spirit.Created by husband-and-wife team Steve and Brittany Yeng, Skrewball is ...…
 
Whenever the foreign press drops in to cover a big international story — be it a natural disaster in Southeast Asia, a civil war in Africa, or a humanitarian crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border — they rely on local guides to show them around town, arrange interviews, scout locations, serve as translators, and sometimes even negotiate interview ter ...…
 
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