These were the most-read stories for the week of Feb. 27-March 5.
Utility Watchdog Hounded by FBI, Whistleblowers
UCAN, one of San Diego’s most influential watchdogs, faces possible dissolution a week after an FBI agent subpoenaed its records and nearly a year after two employees alleged embezzlement and more.
How DeMaio Plays Defense
The mayoral candidate dodges when challenged by Fletcher and a labor leader.
King of the Air(port)
We sit down with Robert Gleason, chairman of the Airport Authority, to see what’s up with all that construction and when we’ll start hearing about relocation again.
DeMaio’s Money Blunders: Fact Check TV
In a recent interview, mayoral candidate Carl DeMaio justified his support for the Convention Center expansion. Watch the latest edition of Fact Check TV to figure out whether his claims hold water.
Morning Report: Utilities Watchdog to Dissolve
Remember Vietnam War, 2011’s housing mess, 3 firefighters jailed, Cox voice mail still dead, and speeding ticket hotspots.
District: Hey Charters, We Might Want You Back
After an exodus from its special education program, San Diego Unified is considering charging charter schools much lower fees in an effort to win them back.
Morning Report: Behind UCAN’s Bizarre Decline
Cop response times, meet the schools candidate, Beethoven’s beloved, pension tango and the county’s private generosity.
‘Standing on Quicksand,’ 911 Calls and Character: Your Comments of the Week
Which of our stories are sparking discussion among you in the comments section.
Police Response Times Increasing: Graphic
Check out our graphic to understand how police response times have worsened slightly in recent years.
Home Prices Ended Down for 2011
San Diego home prices, as measured by the most reliable price index, declined in December again to end the year with a modest loss.
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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