All the Fuss About One Paseo in One Placeo

The 23-acre, $650-million multi-use development project by Kilroy Realty has gotten its share of attention, mostly thanks to residents' pushback. Here's what all the fuss is about.

Fact Check: Is San Diego City Councilman Scott Sherman a Politician?

"I’m not a politician," City Councilman Scott Sherman told KPBS.

The Eternal Question for SD Businesses: Should I Pay or Should I Go?

Many San Diego companies pay their workers significantly more than they might elsewhere so their employees can afford housing and other expenses that are disproportionately high here.

Safety First — Then Come Tough Decisions for S.D. Businesses

California's high workers' compensation costs can shape San Diego companies' decisions to hire or hand out raises.


Why Has District 8 Been Left Out of Faulconer’s ‘All Neighborhoods’?

During his State of the City speech, Mayor Kevin Faulconer said, “All neighborhoods should reap the benefits of San Diego’s success.” So far, southeastern San Diego's District 8 has in no way been granted access to those benefits.

Morning Report: Why Your Street Isn’t Fixed

Nimbyism denied. Pensions and police debated. Ferris wheel hazard exposed. Child mummy scanned. Dive bar visited. And a stretch of a world record bid.


One Paseo Would Set an Ugly Precedent

If One Paseo is approved, developers will certainly reflect on their approach to community outreach and likely find it isn’t worth the effort.

Morning Report: High Power Prices Spark Business Outrage

Commentary claims the rich are in charge. Rapper still facing charges for rapping. Bolts (still) aren't bolting. Dental board fails at job. And what you need to live comfortably.

Power Is Weakening Local Businesses

As we wrap up our effort to understand what is really holding back business investment in San Diego, costs like our very high electricity bills are at the forefront.


Stop Letting SD’s Goliaths Masquerade as Davids

Wealthy special interests have used the referendum process to subvert the will of the people, and drown out the voices of everyday San Diegans.