NFL and local officials try to work it out, pension saga finally ends, Culture Report takes a bow (for now), L.A. takes aim at gun magazines, Caitlyn Jenner remembers local teen, and lawn painting becomes a thing.
Journos reminisce as Daily Transcript joins list of defunct local papers, a bogus claim in city attorney race, refineries profit big off high gas prices, bay gets more weird art, and panhandler best practices.
“Criminal prosecution is a tiny part of the responsibilities of that office,” political consultant Tom Shepard, who is consulting for San Diego city attorney candidate Gil Cabrera, told the San Diego Union-Tribune about the city attorney’s office.
Doubting the Joel Anderson campaign, assemblyman won’t run for county supe and trouble at Qualcomm.
Three years ago, San Diego’s Housing Commission rejected private proposals to spend $20 million remodeling downtown’s historic Hotel Churchill to provide 90 small apartments for low-income residents. That was too much money to spend for too little reward, commission officials said. Eight months later, they decided to remodel the Churchill after all, and they’re now […]
The City Council decided to spend $2.1 million on consulting fees to launch a study of the environmental impacts of a new football stadium. The Chargers say they don’t want it, but the Council’s goal is to go over their heads and woo the NFL. The mayor’s office says the money won’t come out of […]
Despite the apparent desire of the Chargers to get the heck out of town, San Diego officials are poised to spend a couple million dollars — at least — in a last-ditch bid to prevent a conscious uncoupling by appealing to the NFL. Today, the City Council will decide whether to approve spending for a […]
No mega-bond for you (but hope is not lost), congressman wants to slap sheriff and others, clueless (and young) carpetbaggers decried, national attention for Lorena Gonzalez and police helicopters get a voice check.
Dems want to change election rules, Marti Emerald looks back and forward, street plan has (pot)holes, drought impacts foodies and the fair’s musical lost and found.
Four candidates run for city attorney, tap water keeps ponds full, loose dogs galore after fireworks, S.D.’s gaga for women’s soccer, and a certain poultry pioneer appears in a New Yorker cartoon.