The Morning Report
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These were the top stories for the week of Jan. 17 – 23, 2011.
Billionaire Anschutz says he will back a stadium project if conditions are met by March.
San Diego’s downtown redevelopment agency and a consultant have yet to release information that could legitimatize the late-night porkfest.
Looking at the classes that high schoolers need to take to apply to California public universities.
The teachers union says that as schools decide for themselves what to cut, San Diego Unified could run afoul of staffing rules for nurses and counselors.
The new state superintendent says he wants to expand access to preschool and get more career technical education. The biggest thing on his plate: budget cuts.
L.A. developer ADI, which has completed at least two projects in San Diego, is under federal investigation for funneling campaign cash.
The first of six city unions agreed to negotiate a global settlement to San Diego’s pension problem.
‘A Little Land and a Living’ was its motto, but it was no utopia for minorities.
A new document in the Esteban Nuñez controversy shows that the young man jettisoned his appeal three weeks before the former governor commuted his sentence.
See how student grades break down at San Diego Unified’s high schools.