These were the most-read stories for the week of Jan. 23-29.
In a jailhouse message to the Republican presidential candidate, Duke Cunningham offers tips to his former colleague.
The paper put out a pretty picture, but behind it, there’s nothing but a big hole.
U-T lobbies without being a lobbyist, Dumanis makes age an issue, SigAlert’s birthday.
City OKs big retiree health spending deal, county fails to report allegations, inside the point-fixing scandal and a shark-finding app.
The attorney general’s action shows that she doesn’t want Sandag’s approach to cutting greenhouse gases to become precedent in California – and she’s willing to fight.
Promoted as a matchless, blockbuster event, last month’s A Christmas Tabernacle has become a holiday nightmare. Organizer Jamie Sutton promised throngs but just a portion came, leaving ballerinas, reindeer owners and stage managers with broken contracts.
Behind the newspaper’s mammoth dream project, digging into the South Bay’s mother of all scandals and a recycled water tour.
One of San Diego’s most polarizing figures now owns its largest megaphone. The man who calls himself Papa Doug is ready to cheer. For the Chargers, big building projects and Jesus. But will he use the newspaper as a bullhorn – or a bludgeon?
A lot more than just the U-T’s bumrush threatens to tear down the big plan.
The contracting corruption case strikes at the heart of the South Bay political establishment.
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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