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These were the most-read stories for the week of Sept. 19-25.
The team is clusterbombing the Convention Center plan and will likely pursue a regular ol’ tax.
What other subterranean spectacles happen around Balboa Park?
More probing of the blackout, SeaWorld in the courtroom, a hiking guru passes away, suicide kit screwup and a Chargers Office Park.
For years, the state has been writing billions in IOUs to school districts. San Diego County schools have had to borrow to make ends meet, sending money to Wall Street instead of local kids.
The city firefighters union once stood atop City Hall’s power structure. Now, firefighters have taken two major political hits in the last year and now find themselves defending against another.
Hundreds of teachers have been laid off. Tens of millions have been cut from the budget. Critics say San Diego Unified is failing. We asked mayoral candidates what, if anything, they’d do about education if elected.
KPBS went off the air during the blackout, the second time the station has lost power during a major news event since 2007. It’s vowing to make changes.
City goes after pot shops, fighting over Barrio Logan, a silent bronco in Denver and Clairemont High’s undercover moment in spotlight.
Gospel fest gets taxpayer money, request for review in Coronado death case, UCSD’s lefty enclave, tuna protest and attitude (circa 1531).
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Dagny Salas is the web editor at voiceofsandiego.org. You can contact her directly at email@example.com or 619.550.5669.
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