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These were the most-read stories for the week of Dec. 12-18.
The Anthony Arevalos case reveals flaws in oversight at the San Diego Police Department.
A prominent Republican business leader is part of a group that’s hired investigators to look into the mayoral candidate’s background.
The governor spares school districts the cuts that San Diego Unified said could send it into insolvency.
DeMaio’s meeting miss, downtown Caliente racetrack ad gets a reprieve, McAnuff’s rise, Fletcher’s moderation, and holiday ‘menorahments.’
San Diego homes are now modestly undervalued compared to local incomes and rents. Making the same comparison with monthly payments, however, reveals that payments are the lowest they’ve ever been.
Homes now ‘modestly undervalued,’ the conclusion of our special education series and what the next mayor will do with the port.
City Councilman Carl DeMaio wants a hearing on San Diego’s water billing problems. He left the same discussion last month.
The Democratic congressman gets support from a group that mayoral candidates hadn’t wanted the past two elections.
That state’s cuts are considerably smaller than they could have been gives San Diego Unified some breathing room, but all the move really does is turn what was a huge problem into a really big problem.
Sherri Lightner’s seat decide which party controls the City Council. That’s someone else’s problem, labor leader says.
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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