San Diego Explained: The Hard Sell of Raising Taxes
On this San Diego Explained, VOSD's Scott Lewis and NBC 7's Catherine Garcia explain what the city will have to do to tackle its infrastructure repairs and/or keep the Chargers happy, and why it's not as easy as it might've been a few years back.
Catherine Green | January 29, 2015 |
Fact Check: Is San Diego City Councilman Scott Sherman a Politician?
Liam Dillon | January 23, 2015 |
The City’s Infrastructure Woes, in 3 Charts
Liam Dillon | January 26, 2015 |
One Paseo Would Set an Ugly Precedent
Bill Chatwell | January 26, 2015 |
Power Is Weakening Local Businesses
Lisa Halverstadt | January 26, 2015 |
Work for No Wage to Get a Minimum Wage Hike Passed
Scott Lewis | January 27, 2015 |
Morning Report: How We Finally Reached Legal Weed
Seth Hall | 10 hours ago |
Morning Report: Insane Infrastructure Repair Bill Will Get Insaner
Randy Dotinga | January 29, 2015 |
‘A City as Diverse as Ours, a Mayor Has to Be Accessible’
It was a bit of a coup when a coalition of southeastern San Diego pastors endorsed Kevin Faulconer for mayor. One of those pastors, Don Connelly in Encanto, told us he'd been pretty happy with Faulconer so far – with a one big caveat.