These were the most-read stories for the week of May 23-29, 2011.
For nearly three decades, thousands of Jehovah’s Witnesses have thoroughly scrubbed Qualcomm Stadium of a year of filth in advance of their convention. They’ve built its offices, too.
It supplied 75 percent of our water last year. But if the Colorado River consistently comes up short, no one knows how Lake Mead, the vital reservoir for San Diego and the Southwest, will be kept from running dry.
Just how much water is in the vital reservoir? What’s the dead pool? And what’s the chance of coming up short?
The recent spike in officer misconduct that has tarnished the department’s public image continues to grow.
With fewer supervisors, officers say the San Diego Police Department has less time and fewer resources to monitor for the kind of behavioral issues that can lead to misconduct.
The City Council approved a 15-year deal last week to cut retiree health care costs. Here’s how it stacked up to a couple of other options on the table.
In San Diego County and across California, severely slackened inspection rules leave children in preschools or child care less protected from undetected safety lapses than kids elsewhere.
Statement: “The per-capita amount of waste disposed in the county has dropped in the past five years as recycling has increased,” State Sen. …
When schools cut jobs for seasoned workers, those workers can grab jobs from newer employees. It’s meant to be fair, but can make cuts even more chaotic.
A local lawyer claims the South Bay city should stop taxing cell phone calls and pay back years’ worth of revenue from the ‘illegal’ taxes.