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These were the most-read stories for the week of Jan. 30-Feb. 5.
Check out our graphic to see whether San Diego police reported more or fewer crimes in your neighborhood last year.
We’re not good, as governments, in building housing. But we’re good at other things.
At a time when politicians of all stripes are focusing on eliminating City Hall’s red tape, a city audit highlights a weak spot in the existing rules.
Cafeteria thefts, corruption allegations, mystery meetings and a money tree. To understand all the headlines, start here.
San Diego police Sgt. Kevin Friedman, who supervised convicted cop Anthony Arevalos, now faces criminal misconduct allegations of his own.
A Penn professor says it might not be the pension promise that is a worker’s right, but the amount of money a government has to fulfill that promise.
Our Fact Check earlier this month said state law prohibits community colleges from charging high school students tuition. We explain what went wrong.
Superintendent Bill Kowba has informed local unions they must agree to concessions within two weeks. But the district has yet to make unions a formal proposal, meaning they have nothing to consider, vet or agree to.
Statement:”No special interests support me, have ever supported me. I am an independent person who has been elected in this city about 25 times,” Bob Filner said. Determination: False.
‘To be clear, this IS a tax,’ says Jan Goldsmith as he amplifies the legal risk of approving the expansion’s financing plan without a public vote.
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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