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These were the most-read stories for the week of Oct. 31-Nov. 6.
A young beauty, a fatal gunshot and a tangled 1892 tale still fascinate authors and ghost hunters.
An investigation found that the federal government deployed full-body X-ray scanners like those used for San Diego International Airport passengers despite having a safer alternative.
How many kids can you squeeze into a classroom? Let’s find out.
The Democratic congressman is eligible to receive pensions from three government agencies and could see a big boost if he becomes mayor.
Most of the schools briefly slated for closure will now not be closed. Meanwhile, the district’s credit rating takes another hit and the board wants to explore a new facilities bond to free up cash for teachers.
The school board member releases a plan he says would fix schools’ finances.
Another mayoral hopeful’s pension, what we’re learning from the SDPD misconduct case, the impact of Groupon on the arts, and more.
Scott Barnett says drastic cuts to employee pay are necessary to avoid insolvency. He would give voters a chance to restore some of the lost pay with a parcel tax increase in 2012.
Reports on why the power outage that left millions in the dark last month occurred are still months away.
As two members of the San Diego Unified school board call for an end to school closures, Moody’s downgrades the district’s long-term credit rating, a move that’s largely symbolic, but could end up costing the district millions if followed by further downgrades.
Dagny Salas is the web editor at voiceofsandiego.org. You can contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 619.550.5669.
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