SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Members of the Board of Supervisors are scheduled to break ground Wednesday for a building that will house the San Diego County Registrar of Voters Office.
The nearly 120,000-square-foot structure will replace an inefficient warehouse-style building that the registrar's office has used since the 1970s, according to the county.
The building, set to open in one year, will be located across from the County Operations Center in Kearny Mesa. It will be designed specifically to handle election services, be more secure and be energy-efficient.
The building will also have a mail center to distribute letters to various departments, according to the county.
A looming, partial government shutdown would be "stupid" but might be unavoidable if Democrats refuse to support President Donald Trump's proposed border wall with Mexico, the second-ranking House Republican said on Thursday.
Weak Santa Ana winds will continue to breeze through the mountains and foothills tonight before weakening by Friday.
San Diego is no stranger to epic rock and pop concerts. Over the years some of the biggest names in music have made their way through America’s Finest City. While we continue to host legendary acts it’s fun to look back at who has graced our local stages in decades past.
A San Diego veteran is asking for the public’s help after two thieves stole $20,000 worth of tools from his South Bay construction company – a crime that was captured on camera.
A Grinch tried to steal Christmas in Pacific Beach, but residents aren't having it. The tree next to The Catamaran has been a neighborhood tradition for decades, but this year a thief made off with the tree and the decorations.
A jury heard closing arguments Thursday in the case of an ex-cop from Yuma who is accused of raping a Kensington woman in her family's home last year.
The Metropolitan Transit System Board of Directors Thursday announced it is recommending changes to bus and trolley fares for the first time since 2009.
Law enforcement authorities across the San Diego area Thursday investigated dozens of bogus emailed bomb threats received as part of a wave of similar menacing messages targeting businesses, schools and other locations across the nation in a bid to generate ransom payments.