The mayor said he was putting a Convention Center plan on the ballot. If he aims for June ballot, it would kill a downtown stadium idea in coming weeks.
Scott Lewis asks William Osborne about all the different bosses he had during 44 years shaping San Diego opinion at the Union-Tribune.
A new way to read Faulconer’s big speech, the mayor and Dean Spanos talk (briefly) and how San Diego can get out of its own way on veteran homelessness.
San Diego officials are practically begging Dean Spanos to demand more concessions from them. He has a ticket to the newest, best football stadium ever built in the second largest market in the country and an extra $100 million to make a deal here.
The Chargers might not be good at football, but we should have known this wasn’t a game we could beat them at.
“We’re not going to have a trial in the media,” District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis said at a press conference in which she released video of a disputed police shooting. But Dumanis proceeded to methodically, expertly, lay out the many things Fridoon Nehad had done to merit his death.
Jason Roe has established the pre-eminent right-of-center political power network in San Diego.
Crowdpac, a new site launching in several cities across the country, has generated some attention for its sometimes strange rankings of the most liberal and conservative local politicians. But what’s most interesting about the site is how it plans to make money. It is trying to do to local politics what Kickstarter did to startups.
The attorney representing a school counselor who says a school board member retaliated against her appears on the podcast to explain the claims and the scandal that got new momentum this week.
The state of community newspapers, how the district decides what to spend bond money on and the day in Chargers drama.