The City’s Infrastructure Woes, in 3 Charts

Abandon all hope, ye who enter here.

Opinion

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.

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.

Work for No Wage to Get a Minimum Wage Hike Passed

Con: You don't get any pay to join the Center on Policy Initiatives' push for a minimum wage increase. Pro: You can turn into a "glitter unicorn for social justice."

Opinion

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.

Most Popular: Jan. 24-30

These were the most-read stories for the week of Jan. 24-30.

Morning Report: Secret Stadium Meetings to Begin

New task force has a big difference from the old task force, the data on young people and driving and what we learned this week.

It’s OK – You Can Call It the Super Bowl

It's the NFL's world and we're just living in it. When you can and can't call it the Super Bowl (spoiler: you're probably safe), plus the city's options for fixing your beloved San Diego structures and streets.

Sacramento Report: Know Your Capitol Twittersphere

Cheerleaders get their own support system inside the Capitol, legislator wants to crack down on trespassing drones and more in our weekly Sacramento roundup.

Morning Report: How We Finally Reached Legal Weed

Welcome to San Diego, hockey and pot! How to track the unvaccinated in local schools, Jack in the Box wins and an unusual parking problem in Sorrento Valley.