Long caught in a regulatory gray zone, a group of commercial fisherman finally have permits to open San Diego’s Tuna Harbor Dockside Market.
The state Coastal Commission will decide the fate of the $520 million Convention Center expansion on Thursday.
The other Filner scandals, the city charter’s a mess, more port commissioner vs. city attorney, court says city doesn’t have to do Social Security and more.
There’s been lots of buzz swirling over a potential “global settlement” where the mayor resigns in exchange for an end to his legal woes. That might be harder than people think.
These were the most-read stories for the week of Aug. 3-9.
Before Friday, it was very difficult to picture how the mayor survived or recovered as a city leader. It’s impossible now.
Memo from lawyers for the legislature pushes the city attorney to reverse himself in opinion that led to months of drama.
A taste of discussion about the new schools chief, U-T TV, the mayor’s powers and the tourism industry.
Leaders of a community center and public health organization and the former city attorney weigh in on the former mayor.
Council rivals tackle City Heights transportation, an Iraqi woman’s murder gets national attention, same old rankings in new mayoral poll