Among the current users is Webroot, which makes software to protect businesses and consumers from a range of cyber threats.
A local psychiatrist has opened a clinic where patients suffering from depression that has not responded to standard medications are treated with ketamine.
At a contentious meeting with emotions running high, the Encinitas City Council voted 5-0 on Wednesday, March 27, to give final approval to an update of the city’s housing plan, bringing the city in compliance with a state mandate to allow more homes within its borders.
Andrew Sean Greer’s fifth novel, “Less,” marks a departure for the author in a number of ways - he used more autobiographical detail than in his other books, he infused the story with humor in a way he hadn’t done before, and the book’s main character is gay, another first for his novels. One more...
During a 32-year-career as a high school English teacher, Robert Pacilio figures he performed roughly 28,000 one-hour "shows" before his students.
The day-long event, which is free and open to the public, will include author talks, book signings, readings, workshops, crafts, live music and educational panels.
A relatively new industry that manufactures and markets products containing cannabidiol (CBD) oil, which is extracted from the hemp plant, just received a major boost with the federal government’s decision to remove hemp products from its list of controlled substances.
New information in the case of Christian Clews, a Carmel Valley horse ranch owner sentenced last Feb. to 17.5 years in federal prison on charges of possession and distribution of child pornography, has caused the judge in the case to vacate Clews' sentence and set a new sentencing hearing in March.