These were the most-read stories for the week of July 25-31, 2011.
School board member Shelia Jackson represents southeastern San Diego, but documents and her activities raise questions about whether she actually lives there.
Despite dismal nationwide job growth, San Diego employment grew at a healthy pace in June.
School board member Shelia Jackson said she got free rent from a principal, but didn’t think she needed to report it as a gift.
There’s a new majority Latino district. Asian leaders fell short of their goal. And two sitting council members may be forced out of house and home.
Designed to provide homes for those who can’t pay San Diego’s high rents, affordable housing programs have evolved into a delivery mechanism for social goals that often have little to do with their central mission. The result: a system that is wildly expensive and provides fewer homes for…
The team’s special counsel says the NFL lockout, economic situation and redevelopment gutting could postpone stadium vote beyond current mayor’s term.
The city and team appear no closer to a financial plan for a downtown football stadium than when talks on a downtown stadium began almost two years ago.
Before prosecutors say Anthony Arevalos sexually assaulted or solicited sexual bribes from seven women during traffic stops, federal authorities investigated him on suspicion of lying on gun registration forms.
This week’s most important news, including politics, stadium financing and fishy photos. Plus, the quote of the week.
A failed “straw purchase,” response to our affordable housing investigation, San Diego’s strong job growth and more.