The city and county put their offers to the NFL in writing. The county revealed it has cash ready. The NFL seems to have the same concerns as the Chargers.
Who filled it best, what state leaders would do to boost transparency and South Bay leaders on why they want to stop a water rate hike.
Hickey, who was mysteriously removed from a management role at the district attorney’s office, discusses his relationship with DA Bonnie Dumanis and the gripping story of a multi-year investigation he led into a grisly shooting.
A new measure being pushed by Cory Briggs and Donna Frye would remake downtown and the city’s hotel-room tax system unlike any proposal in the decade-plus since two proposals to increase the tax failed at the ballot box. The proposal seems to have left San Diego’s elite tongue-tied. Why? Well, one part of the measure is innovative, if not genius. It’s the same part, though, that’s legally shaky.
Of the seven candidates running for city attorney and City Council District 1 that I’m interviewing as part of a series of podcast conversations, Ray Ellis is the only one who has run for office before.
At the forum this week, Councilman Scott Sherman said that in 14 years of the Chargers working on getting something done, there’s been only one constant in the failure: Mark Fabiani. Thus, Fabiani must be to blame for what’s happening. There has been, of course, another constant: Dean Spanos.
Has the government really stuck its nose into the bedrooms of orcas? An investigation. Or deep dive, if you will.
The District 1 City Council candidate talks about his years of experience in the community planning process, and we dig deep into his political platform.
What’s got signature-gatherers excited, Barbara Bry and Marty Block are podcast guests and the New York Times explores two San Diego stories.
The entrepreneur and investor has pivoted many times in her life and career. We got her on the record about her successes and failures and important issues she would face on the City Council.