SDPD has recommitted to gathering racial information on traffic stops. Similar data led to New York City’s stop and frisk policy being declared unconstitutional. But data collection hasn’t been the panacea some thought it might be.
Our investigation into the Police Department’s approach to racial profiling finds a key policy violated and a big hit to taxpayers.
Redevelopment gets a new look, Fletcher gets a tongue-lashing, U-T recalls Santana High tragedy and finding NYC in SD.
Challenges of creating a beer business, Border Patrol’s possible task, possible work for Mitt and a congressman gets pwned, big time.
The Chargers’ hard-to-pin-down draft prospects, a silver lining in the Kings’ sale and more in our weekly sports roundup.
The younger Jacobs clan has been revealed as potential white knights, ones that could augment our chances of keeping the teams we have and someday attracting new ones.
Council orders mayor around, UCSD smokers get the shaft and SDSU contest misses biggie.
Tell the superintendent your thoughts in words and pictures, why SD deserves more pro teams and more.
A roundup of sidewalk stories from around the country point to more reasons to clarify San Diego’s laws.
It’s your responsibility to repair them, but it’s the city’s legal problem if someone trips and falls. Here’s the beginning of our closer look at the city’s sidewalks.