These were the most-read stories for the week of Sept. 24-30.
U-T San Diego CEO John Lynch and publisher Doug Manchester made moving the cargo operations and replacing them with a sports complex at Tenth Avenue the newspaper’s No. 1 priority.
Despite a warning from the state attorney general that its tactics were illegal, the Poway Unified School District pioneered a way to pull millions of dollars in upfront cash out of its bond deals. The gambit will ultimately cost taxpayers $219 million.
The outcome of two tax proposals may increase how much you pay to stay at San Diego hotels. Check out this graphic for a quick overview of the potential impact to your wallet.
Though the U-T’s John Lynch says he didn’t threaten to use his newspaper as a weapon, another email he sent suggests he’s made the same warning more than once.
We illustrate the big numbers that are crucial to understanding the Poway Unified School District’s recent big-dollar borrowing.
When they endorsed a rival, a business group was a front group for downtown insiders. Now that the same group has endorsed him, Carl DeMaio is saying some slightly more loving things.
This is the first time the council will weigh in on the whole plan to pay for the $520 million expansion.
This edition examines comments by San Diego’s mayoral candidates about regulating medical marijuana dispensaries and funding veterans’ health care.
How much visitors will pay, SeaWorld won’t abandon risky shows, big trouble for Bridgepoint, 35 years to build a park.
Four council members say they want greater transparency in an election that could raise $1 billion from hotel guests over the next four decades.
Dagny Salas is the web editor at Voice of San Diego. You can contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 619.550.5669.
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