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These were the top stories for the week of April 18 – 24, 2011.
A seemingly straightforward question is up for debate. We explain why.
As spaces shrink in California public universities, even come-one, come-all community colleges are running short on classes for thousands of students who want in.
The head of the County Office of Education amassed millions of dollars in fines for financial mistakes as head of Oakland Unified, newspaper says.
San Diego’s health insurance challenge, grocery strike may lie ahead, dead whales in need of disposal and diapers.
More than one quarter of elementary schools in San Diego Unified are slated to have nobody working in its libraries next year.
San Diego Unified and its teachers union lock horns over whether a pot of money can be used to roll back layoffs.
In his nearly three decades at city landfills, Bill Craig has seen some incredible things. Now, he wonders who will pay for his health care when he retires.
Statement: “I think you, the collective media, have made it all about elected officials,” District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis told us in an interview about the focus of her Public Integrity Unit. Determination: Huckster Propaganda
What to watch for as San Diego’s $110 billion transportation plan unfolds.
Sanders proposes draconian cuts to libraries, but arts funding remain unscathed. Here’s why.