These were the most-read stories for the week of Oct. 24-30.
As San Diego’s racial makeup becomes increasingly diverse, will it spur changes in political power?
Friday night brought arrests, marches and a lot of tension to the San Diego Civic Center.
Both student and staff numbers are dwindling at San Diego Unified. How does their decline compare?
Two years ago, San Diego County unveiled a phone number meant to make applying for food stamps more convenient. But hold times have gotten longer than ever, if you’re lucky enough to be put on hold.
The scene at Occupy San Diego after police removed protesters from the Civic Center.
Scott Barnett wants the district to end the heated process of closing schools, worried his district will bear the brunt because of his colleagues’ inability to make tough political decisions. President Richard Barrera says he’s already on it.
New details about former San Diego police officer Anthony Arevalos’ communication with his colleagues renews questions about internal oversight.
Notwithstanding the monthly zigs and zags in the data, San Diego employment continues to trend upward.
At one point more than two years ago, former Superintendent Terry Grier was so concerned that school board members didn’t grasp insolvency’s consequences that he scheduled a private briefing from perhaps the state’s foremost expert on it.
Though police are generally required to report complaints they receive about other officers’ misconduct, that didn’t happen with a 2009 incident involving an officer who’s now on trial.
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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