On June 19, The Morning Star Institute, a national Native rights organization, will hold a respectful observance to honor sacred places, sacred beings, and all who care for them, and protect them from harm.
Chula Vista is doggedly moving forward with its decades-long effort to lure a four-year university to South County, hiring consultants to help. The obstacles remain high, but the city’s timing is good.
A long-controversial casino under construction in Jamul has found a new set of opponents: members of the tribe building it.
Local residents have been fighting against the casino for over a decade. More recent attempts to block the facility have included a 2013 lawsuit challenging the tribe's authority over the land, and another that charged environmental law violations.
SOHO recognizes several La Jolla projects with 2015 'People in Preservation' awards
Sometimes negative political ads backfire. That is exactly what happened when I first heard a California radio advertisement sponsored by the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians.
It was just over two years ago that I penned a column explaining why I felt that PokerStars shouldn’t receive a New Jersey interactive gaming license. It wasn’t a popular opinion, but I felt at the time that it was the correct one.