A long-awaited study on whether the San Diego Police Department engages in racial profiling found some evidence of bias but was ultimately restrained in its conclusions. But a draft copy of the study obtained by Voice of San Diego was far more aggressive. In the final version, harsh language was softened and some troubling findings were taken out entirely.
Soon, signature-gatherers will get to work on behalf of the plan to build an MLS stadium and development on the Qualcomm Stadium site. If the City Council green-lights the project, you can likely expect to see a new round of signature-gatherers in town, this time as part of an effort to kill the plan by forcing it to the ballot.
San Diego State has a hunger problem. In the course of the year, nearly 7000 SDSU students will not have enough to eat. Seven other Cal State campuses have built more extensive, multi-pronged programs that offer a wider range of on-campus services. Why isn’t SDSU doing better?
NBC’s Monica Dean and Voice of San Diego’s Scott Lewis delve deep into the hotel tax, a new proposal to overhaul it and what it will take to get voters to approve it on this week’s San Diego Explained.
Mario Torero, a counterculture artist and first-time SDSU lecturer, is showing students how to make an impact outside of a studio or gallery.
SDSU wants to hire 140 new full-time professors by the middle of 2017, and a new fee on students will pay for more than half of them. But there are fewer students on campus to shoulder the bill.
Steve Fisher may have been outdone by a few teams on the court this year, but he was never out-coached.
After a stunning win over New Mexico brought home another Mountain West championship Saturday night, the Aztecs men’s basketball team stands at the top of San Diego’s major sports concerns.
It turns out the city’s estimate of 5,000 miles of sidewalks is made up. That’s supposed to change starting Friday.
Sunday is setting up to be the biggest day for San Diego sports fans in several years.