The Strange Group of Allies and Enemies Born Out of Escondido’s Prop. H
The proposal to build homes on the old Escondido Country Club site has collected an unusual patchwork of supporters. It's also created some bizarre rifts, most notably among a local union and the Democratic candidate for mayor of Escondido.
Lyle Moran | October 23, 2014 |
San Diego’s Venture Capital Problem
Lisa Halverstadt | October 23, 2014 |
The Ominous Cloud Hanging Over the Class of 2016
New data released by San Diego Unified underscores just how much work the district has to do in the short amount of time between now and 2016, the year strict new graduation requirements kick in for all students.
Mario Koran | October 27, 2014 |
Public Schools Are Getting More Private Money Than Ever
A new study found that the number of parent and community-led private fundraising groups is snowballing. In California, private fundraising has become a way for parents to raise money for their kids' schools and compensate for inadequacies in state funding.
Mario Koran | October 24, 2014 |
Where Carol Kim Stands on Four Key San Diego Issues
Michelle Monroy | October 25, 2014 |
Morning Report: Ambulance Reform’s Endless Waiting Game
Randy Dotinga | 3 hours ago |
Want to Keep Businesses Local? Look South.
Greg Cox | 16 hours ago |
Morning Report: You, Over There, Put Down Your Car
Randy Dotinga | October 29, 2014 |
Graduation Stats Loom Large in Lone School Board Debate
The recent stats released by the district gave candidate Amy Redding something to pounce on. Both candidates landed some jabs, but their performances were imperfect. Beiser wouldn't say definitively whether he has his eyes on higher office.