Past attempts to expand the San Diego Convention Center have failed over the years – so what’s stopping the mayor’s newest expansion endeavor from flopping? Bob Nelson, a longtime public relations maven and former Port of San Diego commissioner, joined hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts on the podcast this week to offer his insights on the […]
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.