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Here’s Where MTS Says You Have First Amendment Rights – and Where You Don’t
Gwyneth Shoecraft | 12 hours ago |
The Push for a Harassment-Free Comic-Con
Women who spend hours on costumes for Comic-Con often have much different experiences at the convention than men. A group of women wants Comic-Con to create a detailed harassment policy – and to make sure convention-goers know it exists.
Sara Libby | 17 hours ago |
Morning Report: Grantville’s the Next Big Planning Battle
Randy Dotinga | 23 hours ago |
City Heights Residents Are Wary of Albertsons Replacement
Megan Burks | July 23, 2014 |
San Diego’s Next Density Fight
City planners are eyeing changes to Grantville: They want to take the industrial area and turn it into one with lots of apartments and retail storefronts, an urban village based around the neighborhood's trolley stop. But if history's any guide, that'll be easier said than done.
Andrew Keatts | July 23, 2014 |
Why Two Convicted Sweetwater Officials Can Run for Re-Election
Is it really that easy for two officials convicted of on-the-job misconduct to try and reclaim their positions? Yes, it turns out. That's because the prospect of running for re-election was built into their sentences.
Bianca Bruno | July 22, 2014 |
Marten to President Obama: Let’s Do This
San Diego Unified is joining the president's initiative to boost outcomes for students of color. The pledge is largely symbolic, though: There’s no money being offered, and most of the changes the district is promising were things it was going to do anyway.
Mario Koran | July 22, 2014 |
You Don’t Know SD: Getting the Facts Straight in San Diego’s Most High-Profile Election
Liam Dillon | July 22, 2014 |
Morning Report: What the District’s Swap-Out Plan Means
Randy Dotinga | July 22, 2014 |
‘The Last Leg of the Tour’ for Central American Kids
Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez joined us on the podcast this week to talk about her recent visit to a facility for undocumented minors fleeing Central America, and weighs in on San Diego's recent minimum wage raise.
Gwyneth Shoecraft | July 19, 2014 |
How San Diego’s Big Railroad Dreams Went Off Track
The effort to bring a defunct cross-border track back to life has taken some turns lately. Back when San Diego was a backwater burg in the 1880s, local bigwigs tried to turn the city into the western terminus of the cross-country railroad system and the top port south of San Francisco. It didn't happen.
Randy Dotinga | July 18, 2014 |
Personalities, Permits and the Impracticality of Public Art
A local artist and the city's interim director of the Commission for Arts and Culture have butted heads over two recent projects. To keep one alive, artist Roberto Salas says he'll bypass the city altogether.