A Relentless Campaigner – for Better or Worse

School board president Kevin Beiser has racked up an absurd amount of campaign funds, and a wide, diverse group of supporters who praise his responsiveness. But there's evidence his tireless campaigning bumps up against his classroom duties.

One Thing the City Can’t Manufacture: More Space

San Diego County doesn't have much space available for manufacturing companies it hopes to grow – but it's not clear how much that matters.

Opinion

San Diego’s Airport Is More Global Than You Think

The grumbles about our airport’s limitations are old. There are a few things in the works and already in place to quiet those complaints.

The Standoff Over Prop. A Threatens a Big Water Compromise

A conflict between city and state laws could deprive the city of millions in state funding for city construction projects and threaten an emerging solution to the city's water future.

The Tasting Room Boom Could Slow Down Soon

San Diego is trying to change its development code so that breweries opening a second location would have to face community input.

Most Popular: Oct. 11-17

These were the most-read stories for the week of Oct. 11-17.

Morning Report: How Kevin Beiser Racked Up Money, Support and Absences

Brian Maienschein's under-the-radar success, more details on our next Meeting of the Minds and what we learned this week.

Sacramento Report: A Conversation with Brian Maienschein

The rookie Republican lawmaker talks about his winning streak, the persistent drought is likely to propel Prop. 1 to a win, the state Senate has a new leader and more in our weekly Sacramento roundup.

Exploring Tijuana’s Cultural Scene and More at Meeting of the Minds

On Wednesday, Oct. 22, we will introduce folks to the exciting things happening in Tijuana at our border-centric installment of Meeting of the Minds.

Relying on Rideshare Is Still Steeper Than Owning a Car

Might be a good idea to temper that sharing economy enthusiasm for now. Owning a car is still a cheaper option in San Diego.