A curious concessions deal moving forward for Qualcomm Stadium, the city’s new homeless shelter and more in the Morning Report.
Boltman, NFL executive Eric Grubman and more in the Morning Report.
A local activist named Mark Jones didn’t really have a public profile late last year when he stood up by lying down during a “die-in” protest at a City Council meeting. Now, people in politics know Jones’s name. As VOSD’s Catherine Green puts it in a profile of Jones, the Marine veteran uses his energy […]
Stadium events, California drought, Cory Briggs and more in today’s Morning Report.
Briggs imbroglio results in a settlement, city finally takes drought seriously, VOSD stars in non-profit news report and more.
Mayor Gloria’s (probably) not on tap, networking app allows neighbors to keep tabs on communities, state fails miserably on water conservation, East Coast media develops drought blindness and Onion zings SeaWorld
Two top San Diego officials and two real-estate gurus went to the giant Qualcomm company in search of support for a massive project based around a new football stadium in Mission Valley. They didn’t get what they wanted, VOSD’s Scott Lewis reveals in a new report. Instead, a Qualcomm vice president blistered them with complaints […]
Trouble looms for tiered water pricing, factory farming (here to stay?), temporary Hoosier travel ban didn’t mean much and DeMaio plans to do the fact-checking this time around.
Scott Sherman on the stadium, Jerry Brown on water, April Fool’s Day and more.
San Diego Unified schools have put new Common Core standards for math into place this school year and the early news isn’t promising.