These were the most-read stories for the week of May 30-June 5, 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.
Sam Shepherd, 82, has one of the only two-story houses in his Clairemont neighborhood. It was born of a domestic dispute.
San Diego home prices remained above their early 2009 levels in March, despite a decline to new post-boom lows for the nation as a whole. Plus: some thoughts on the pros and cons of the Case-Shiller index.
There’s alleged violence, a restraining order and mutual antipathy at the North County hospital. And that’s just the beginning.
“Study after study has shown that fireworks have virtually no impact on marine life,” San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders said in a May 31 statement.
An officer has been accused of sending suggestive photos from the cell phone of a woman in custody to himself, NBC San Diego reports.
It once housed a Jehovah’s Witness leader, who said Abraham and Moses would reside there upon their return to the earth.
San Diego’s stadium manager says no Chargers football means more money for the city.
For three decades Cambodian refugees tended an urban farm in southeastern San Diego. Since the city evicted them last year, the farm has turned into an unsightly blight on the neighborhood.
We chat with Dr. Douglas Richman of UCSD’s Center for AIDS Research, as the disease’s 30th anniversary approaches.