Feb 21, 2014

Politics of Sick Days

Politics of Sick Days

NBC 7's Wendy Fry speaks with Mark Arabo with the Neighborhood Market Association and State Rep. Lorena Gonzalez (D) - 80th District about her proposal to allow hourly workers to earn sick time.

Feb 21, 2014

Politics of District Attorney's Race - Part II

Politics of District Attorney's Race - Part II

NBC 7's Gene Cubbison speaks to District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis and candidates Terri Wyatt and Robert Brewer on "Politically Speaking."

Feb 21, 2014

Politics of District Attorney's Race

Politics of District Attorney's Race

NBC 7's Gene Cubbison speaks to District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis and candidates Terri Wyatt and Robert Brewer on "Politically Speaking." Watch Part II of the discussion here

Feb 14, 2014

Politically Speaking: Election Day Analysis

Politically Speaking: Election Day Analysis

With a post-mortem on the calculations behind the mayoral campaign strategies are: Political consultant John Dadian and Scott Lewis, CEO and columnist at our media partner, Voice of San Diego.

Feb 14, 2014

Politically Speaking: GOP, Dems in San Diego

Politically Speaking: GOP, Dems in San Diego

Now that the election is over, it's an opportunity to look ahead at the future of the Democrat and Republican parties in San Diego. Tony Krvaric, chairman of the Republican Party of San Diego County and Francine...

Feb 14, 2014

Politically Speaking: Mayor-Elect Kevin Faulconer

Politically Speaking: Mayor-Elect Kevin Faulconer

San Diego's Mayor-elect Kevin Faulconer joins NBC 7's Gene Cubbison on Politically Speaking.

Feb 10, 2014

Politically Speaking: Special Election Final Days

Politically Speaking: Special Election Final Days

Government relations and communications consultant Herman Collins and Scott Lewis, CEO and columnist for our media partner, Voice of San Diego talk about the upcoming special election on Politically Speaking.

Feb 10, 2014

Politically Speaking: Mayor's Race Predictions

Politically Speaking: Mayor's Race Predictions

Vince Vasquez, from National University's Policy Research think tank and political strategist Laura Fink join Wendy Fry to discuss predictions.

Feb 10, 2014

Race for Mayor Discussion on Politically Speaking

Race for Mayor Discussion on Politically Speaking

T.J. Zane, president of the pro-Faulconer Lincoln Club of San Diego County and Richard Barrera, CEO of the pro-Alvarez San Diego-Imperial Counties Labor Council join NBC 7's Politically Speaking Gene Cubbison to...

Feb 3, 2014

Politically Speaking: Toni Atkins

Politically Speaking: Toni Atkins

For the first time in more than three decades, a San Diegan is running the show in a house of the state Legislature. This time, the Assembly. Long after Jim Mills, of Coronado, was president pro tem in the State...

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New Details in Deadly Boat Crash

New Details in Deadly Boat Crash

Police released new details Wednesday in the boating crash that left two young men dead at El Capitan Reservoir in San Diego’s East County.

‘Jackass’ Star Releases Video of SeaWorld Sign Prank

‘Jackass’ Star Releases Video of SeaWorld Sign Prank

A well-known reality television trickster is claiming responsibility for a prank that included changing the words on a SeaWorld exit sign along a San Diego freeway.

Teen Accused in Cocos Fire to Stand Trial

Teen Accused in Cocos Fire to Stand Trial

A teenage girl accused of starting north San Diego’s devastating Cocos Fire is competent to stand trial, a judge ruled on Wednesday.

Officer Who Beat Woman Faces "Potentially Serious Charges"

Officer Who Beat Woman Faces "Potentially Serious Charges"

The California Highway Patrol officer seen in a widely distributed video punching a woman on the side of a Southern California freeway last month was relieved of duty and sent home with pay while...

Man Cited Riding Mobility Scooter

Man Cited Riding Mobility Scooter

A Mira Mesa man with a disability has taken his case for non-traditional mobility devices to trial.

Family of Man Shot by Police After Pursuit to Get $5M

Family of Man Shot by Police After Pursuit to Get $5M

The Los Angeles City Council agreed Wednesday to pay $5 million to settle a lawsuit filed by family members of a disabled veteran who was fatally shot by Los Angeles police after a high-speed pursuit.