Sacramento’s been watching San Diego, and it likes what it sees – at least when it comes to Joint Power Agreements, dockside fisherman’s markets and widespread voting-by-mail. In this week’s Sacramento Report, Sara Libby rounds up a just-signed law and a couple bills that were inspired by programs here in San Diego. It was a busy week, […]
Pollster John Nienstedt joins us on the podcast to talk careful wording in polls, “reasonable representation” in surveys and more.
The NFL’s had its eye on Carson for a long time. Now that it looks like the Chargers-Raiders plan could actually deliver a venue, it’s worth taking a closer look at the city’s history of political corruption and dysfunction.
Accretive Investments will seemingly stop at nothing to push through its project in Valley Center, wait times climb at San Ysidro and a South Bay Little League team helps us start the week cheering.
As Mario Koran read through the widely shared New York Times story on the San Diego Police Department’s use of facial recognition software, one phrase in particular jumped out to him (emphasis ours): Here, beat cops, detectives and even school police officers have been using hand-held devices to create a vast database of tens of […]
Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez held it down as a part-co-host, part-special guest for our final live podcast of the summer series.
It hasn’t always been smooth sailing for San Diego Unified’s solar impulses.
If you’ve paid attention to any development news in town (like, say, a massively expensive proposed Chargers stadium, to be paid for in part by the average San Diegan’s taxes), you’ve likely seen the acronym CEQA thrown around. This is the California Environmental Quality Act, a state law that requires developers to examine the environmental […]
How your water bill is subsidizing golf courses, how the public can take back the stadium debate and other quick news hits.
A huge piece of the debate around building a new stadium has boiled down to dollars and cents – and sense. That is, does it make any for San Diego to invest an obscene amount of money to appease a team with one foot (or both feet) out the door? Some of that investment would likely come […]