The task force gave the mayor an escape hatch to abandon his pledge to hold a public vote on a new stadium. But Mayor Kevin Faulconer says a vote is still the plan. So now what?
Combined with the mayor’s commitment to hold a public vote, the necessary zoning change to make money off a Mission Valley land sale would take too long to meet the Chargers’ absurd demands and deadlines. Perhaps they weren’t meant to be met.
At the heart of the controversy swirling around Supervisor Dave Roberts is a car allowance. It will benefit him for many years to come even if he doesn’t survive the scandal.
During a special one-on-one podcast interview with the labor leader, we cover Walmart, international trade and his thoughts on some local Democratic leaders.
Newspapers will keep consolidating to maintain profitability while they figure out how to make money in the digital world as print revenues continue plunge.
Jan Goldsmith says he won’t meet in private with the mayor’s stadium advisory group. And he’s trying to broker a meeting between the city and the Chargers.
Check out our audio sit-down with City Councilman Todd Gloria, where we ask him about his decision not to run for mayor and more.
An NFL VP reiterates that a complex real estate deal to fund a new stadium probably won’t work. With other challenges, this deal is done.
The district’s numbers showing which schools enroll the most neighborhood students are stark: Schools in wealthier areas are doing far better at attracting their own neighbors than schools in poorer neighborhoods.
Qualcomm’s head of facilities told a city councilman, the city attorney and others that the region’s largest company is so frustrated with the city it will never again build anything in San Diego.