The Morning Report
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These were the top stories for the week of May 9 – 15, 2011.
Major police departments across the state use the popular social media tool to connect with residents. San Diego police only use it to detect and investigate crimes.
Eighteen months ago, San Diego hired a well-known consultant to help put together a Chargers stadium deal. He left without a trace.
Public radio station says it’s refocusing on information.
San Diego police announce a plan to more swiftly detect and punish officers who break the laws they’ve been sworn to uphold.
When treasured teachers like Kelly Granfield are threatened, everyone agrees it’s a problem. But no one agrees on the solution.
Police disbanded an anticorruption unit, a look into the haunting promises of the health care deal, and what we learned this week.
Three years ago, Mayor Jerry Sanders asked Bonnie Dumanis to investigate SEDC. But the DA isn’t the one prosecuting the case.
An officer was charged with kidnapping and rape today, adding to a string of recent misconduct allegations that Police Chief Bill Lansdowne has promised to address internally.
Statement: Chula Vista has the fewest police officers per capita in San Diego County, Chula Vista Taxpayers Association president Larry Breitfelder
Jan Goldsmith reminds City Council it has no role in redistricting after Councilwoman Lorie Zapf attempts to influence the process.