Peters: DeMaio ‘Would Rather Pick a Fight Than Solve a Problem’
Liam Dillon | 19 hours ago |
Morning Report: SeaWorld Responds to ‘Blackfish,’ Denies It’s Responding to ‘Blackfish’
How it's possible for San Diego to rank all over the map on business surveys, the link between teacher tenure and school discipline and two business leaders tell other business leaders to drop the minimum wage fight.
Sara Libby | August 16, 2014 |
Two Big City Issues in Need of a Decider
Scott Lewis | August 18, 2014 |
Taxi-Turned-Uber Drivers Get a New Lease on Life
Official efforts to reform the taxi industry and respond to drivers' concerns have been slow-going. But Uber is ushering in change quickly, and taxi drivers are fleeing their costly leases to drive for the app instead.
Megan Burks | August 18, 2014 |
Businessman to Businesses: Let the Wage Hike Stand
Gwyneth Shoecraft | August 16, 2014 |
The Catch-22 of San Diego’s Tourism Economy
San Diego County has seen its most significant job growth since the recession in the last two years, but a big part of that is from part-time or low-paying roles. SANDAG's chief economist says "we're a little bit of a victim of our own success."
Lisa Halverstadt | August 18, 2014 |
Where the Good Jobs Are
Irv Lefberg | 19 hours ago |
Morning Report: Meet the New Teachers Union Honcho
Seth Hall | 23 hours ago |
San Diego Explained: Where the Tax to Boost the Convention Center Went Wrong
Gwyneth Shoecraft | August 21, 2014 |
San Diego’s Police Force Mirrors Some Parts of the Community Better Than Others
Lisa Halverstadt | August 21, 2014 |
A New Face and Old Battle Lines for Local Schools
Lindsay Burningham, the new president of the San Diego Education Association, is seen as more moderate and likely to compromise than some members of the union's more aggressive faction. But she's also holding strong to the kinds of teacher protections that have rankled reformers for years.