These were the top stories for the week of March 21 – 27, 2011.
San Diego’s new business wunderkind has been ramping up everything from profits to sponsorship to political giving, but the practices at the heart of its success have it in the crosshairs of politicians, regulators and attorneys.
A groundbreaking settlement in Los Angeles spares some of the neediest schools from layoffs. San Diego hasn’t taken its lead.
A way to soften the blow for poor schools, the latest pension front and banana radiation.
Violent crime soared in North Park as its vibrant commercial district grew. Enter Sgt. Nick Borrelli and a team of police officers on bikes. So far, their patrols seem to have worked.
There’s a lot of technology behind that tipsy feeling.
In San Diego, water rates have gone up so much that even those who’ve conserved are paying more money for less water. It’s a troubling sign for water conservation in a region counting on conquering the lawn love affair.
What the NFL labor dispute is about and what it could mean for football in San Diego.
How the city’s ethnic neighborhoods developed, more on nuclear plant safety, local teams get razzed and an oopsy for the ages.
The region’s multiple personality disorder comes through again.