No blockbusters in negotiations between league and the city. Plus: A Carl DeMaio accuser is sentenced, new stats on school discipline and a punchless energy study.
Districts sue over charter invasion, new skepticism over turf rebate programs and the inaugural edition of Who Turkey’d Best?
How new turnout-boosting measures will work, listen as we talk about smells on the podcast and Rep. Scott Peters explains his reasoning for voting with House Republicans on the Syrian refugee bill.
Why San Diego Unified is going all in on “linked learning pathways,” understanding school bond oversight and the superyachts cometh.
Council hopefuls like Briggs/Frye plan, wet-weather freak-out, county detaches “illegal” from “immigrant,” landmark Anthony’s is speared for good and “mountain lion” is no big feline.
Water rates to spike big-time, never-ending lawsuit gets an ending (sorta), S.D.’s a hot spot for Syrian refugees, public art could flood National City and pandas get downright chilly reception.
Energy fight heats up, San Diego students still struggling with new requirements and what Ballast Point’s ginormous sale means for San Diego beer.
The ongoing challenge of school segregation, the uncertain future of a controversial Carlsbad mall and the Chargers get a heavy hitter.
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.
Angelo’s Towing has deals with state, county and local governments. But despite strict requirements on companies who provide tow services to governments, Angelo’s owner, Nash Habib, has habitually misstated his and his company’s history in bids for these contracts. Liam Dillon followed up his major investigation earlier this week with a rundown of how government agencies […]