The Plan to Fix Crumbling Streets Is Also Crumbling

A long-planned November 2016 ballot measure to repair the city’s broken infrastructure has taken a backseat to other issues. Now, a campaign might be too late.

Disadvantaged Students Are Doing Better in Charter Schools

Charter schools in the state are performing better than they did a few years ago, and the same holds for San Diego charters, according to a new report. One notable finding: Students from disadvantaged backgrounds are doing better in charter schools than in traditional public schools.

City Councilwoman Stars as Average Jane Citizen in New DeMaio Ad

Carl DeMaio's new campaign ad features an endorsement from City Councilwoman Lorie Zapf. Oddly, the ad goes out of its way to make her seem like just another resident.

Carmel Valley Takes the Goldilocks Approach to One Paseo

Worried they'd be written off as NIMBYs if they rejected the development project outright, planning group members OK'd their own "just right" version of it – and it's much smaller than what Kilroy Realty has in mind.

The Latest Disputed Stat in the Minimum Wage Fight

Did San Diego waiters make on average only $1.08 an hour in tips last year? That's in dispute, but it's not the only shaky figure we've seen thrown around in the battle over raising minimum wage.

Morning Report: City Water Rules May Be All Washed Up

How the city will help your business (If you're the right business, that is), how bike lanes actually helped car traffic (but not here) and how the heat is making SDG&E nervous.

A Reader’s Guide to San Diego Business Incentives

San Diego's business incentive program gives the city a handful of options to prop up some companies. So who gets what?

‘Small Businesses Are the Lifeblood of Our Economy’

Jason Roe, who's leading the charge against the minimum wage hike, joins us this week to talk through the opposition's argument that an increase would small businesses and our region's ability to be competitive.

Most Popular: Sept. 6-12

These were the most-read stories for the week of Sept. 6-12.

Morning Report: One Paseo, Miniaturized

More minimum wage stats go through the wringer, why the slate of state elections is so boring, Councilwoman Marti Emerald shares some somber news and what we learned this week.