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Morning Report: Two’s Enough for Emergency Response
Replicating the success in Encanto of two-person first-responder teams, the California Innocence Project's hero status, what's launched us into BuzzFeed fame for justice worth ridicule, and what we learned this week.
Scott Lewis | 19 hours ago |
Sacramento Report: Meet the DA’s Woman in Sacramento
Brian Joseph | November 21, 2014 |
Morning Report: What $265 Million Gets You in City Heights
Seth Hall | November 21, 2014 |
‘I Do Want to Compete With San Diego a Little Bit’
Two members of the Chula Vista City Council want the latest version of the city's Climate Action Plan to follow San Diego's lead and set a hard goal of making the city 100 percent dependent on renewable energy.
Bianca Bruno | November 20, 2014 |
San Diego Explained: A Who’s Who of Business Boosters
Matthew Hose | November 20, 2014 |
The Case for Giving Veteran Cops Bigger Raises
City officials plan to dole out millions to police officers who've long complained about their paltry paychecks. They might get the most bang for their bucks if they give a big chunk of the money to veteran officers who are easy targets to get hired away by the Sheriff's Department.
Lisa Halverstadt | November 19, 2014 |
Those ‘Frustrating’ Labor Rules Are Protecting California Workers
Lorena Gonzalez | November 19, 2014 |
The Mayor Is Stalling on His Transparency Promises
Liam Dillon | November 18, 2014 |
Morning Report: Millions Go Into City Heights, But for What?
Randy Dotinga | November 18, 2014 |
San Diego’s Richest Poor Neighborhood, Two Decades Later
In 1993, Sol Price flipped the switch on what has become decades of philanthropic investment in City Heights. Two foundations alone have spent more than a quarter billion there since 2000. So what's come of all that money? Are residents better off because of it?
Megan Burks | November 18, 2014 |
Still Struggling Financially, SD Schools Ponder Teacher Raises, Big Pension Payments
Mario Koran | November 17, 2014 |
The Most Frustrating Labor Rules For California Businesses
Business boosters say the real problem with worker-protection laws isn't their intent. It's that there are so many — and some are so rigid and confounding that they’re hard to make sense of, even for companies that want to follow the rules.
Lisa Halverstadt | November 17, 2014 |
How Teach for America Tackles a San Diego-Specific Mindset
David Lopez, Teach for America San Diego's executive director, joined us on the show this week to talk about how the program’s doing in its second year in San Diego, and to address some of the criticisms it's facing nationally.