KUSI investigative reporter Michael Turko joins this week to discuss his brand of outraged journalism on behalf of the little man.
NBC 7’s Wendy Fry joins us on the podcast this week to talk about the big allegations lobbed by a former staffer against Dave Roberts, the lone Democrat on the County Board of Supervisors.
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.
This week on the podcast, economist Lynn Reaser walks us through the big takeaways from her study that found 40 percent of housing costs come from regulatory red tape.
Michael Brunker, executive director of the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA, chats with us on the show about Lincoln High School and the biggest challenges facing his community.
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.
On this week’s show, Scott Gruby of SaveSanDiegoNeighborhoods.org and attorney Omar Passons weigh in on the regulatory confusion surrounding short-term vacation rentals in San Diego.
Vox.com co-founder (and secret San Diegan) Melissa Bell joins us on this week’s special #bosslady edition of the podcast.
A years-long battle between the county’s Water Authority and Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Plus, a dramatic interpretation of a tense meeting between Qualcomm and stadium boosters and more on this week’s podcast.
Consider the options: Pay upwards of $1 billion for a brand new Chargers stadium, or fix up the old one for a fraction of that cost.