Uber is pulling its electric scooters and bicycles from San Diego, the company told NBC 7 Thursday, citing the city's regulations as the reason.
San Diego Gas & Electric got the go-ahead Thursday to build charging stations for electric cars, trucks, busses, and industrial machinery around the county.
California's Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) just announced its county-by-county distribution of new liquor licenses available for the coming year.
An East County mayor believes if county planners change how revenue from a transportation tax is spent, it “violates the will of the voters.”
Bad news for beer lovers: Gordon Biersch Brewery in Mission Valley will close its doors next month.
Chula Vista’s new Sharp hospital tower is almost finished. The new building is the South Bay’s largest hospital expansion in more than 40 years.
The term "5G" to many means faster smartphones. But the fifth generation wireless technology could also create "smart cities," advance autonomization and roboticize the medical field.
Qualcomm's stock is tumbling before the opening bell after a federal judge ruled that the company unlawfully stifled cellphone chip market competition and charged excessive licensing fees.
Residents in the North County are one step closer to having their own fleet of ride-share bicycles after the city of Del Mar secured a company to conduct a pilot program that could open up transportation options...
SANDAG's Executive Director responded Tuesday to critics who claim the agency is not fulfilling promises by shifting priorities to new transportation projects.