We look at the loud city attorney’s race and the quiet races for judgeships.
Judge Steven R. Denton, who sided against anti-arbitration campaigner Jon Perz, has gone to work for a local arbitration company.
As it gears up to borrow and spend $2.8 billion in bond money, is San Diego Unified opening itself up to more lawsuits like one it recently lost?
Filner’s report card, Padres’ scandal, Aztecs’ mystery, next round in medical marijuana.
These were the most-read stories for the week of April 8-14.
What we learned this week.
After working with the mayor over the years, the union was offended he wouldn’t talk to them.
An afternoon in an unconventional court hearing betrays little of the work homeless defendants have undertaken to get there.
A judge upheld his earlier ruling that the Plaza de Panama plan was approved unlawfully.
A judge said he’d issue a final ruling in the case as soon as he can.