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These were the most-read stories for the week of June 25-July 1.
A 95-year-old court decision about benefits for a police widow may be the reason that pension benefits in San Diego are iron-clad today.
Since a lawyer named Gary Kreep was elected judge, some have speculated his last name sealed the deal with voters. But election results show precincts didn’t randomly support him.
A tentative agreement between the teachers union and the school district last week has been officially ratified by a majority of union members.
Robert Irwin, one of San Diego’s most famous artists, gets a commission to leave an imprint inside and outside the new federal courthouse downtown.
Despite cutting a deal with teachers that includes pay and benefits concessions, San Diego Unified still faces a large deficit in 2013-14. We explain why.
Voters across San Diego’s northwestern neighborhoods are clearly divided over who should represent them on the City Council. Check out this map of June 5 election results.
In conclusion, I no longer trust our union, SDEA, to do right by its members, and, therefore, I will be voting “no” on this tentative agreement (but I would vote “yes” for a total recall of the current SDEA board).
Former President Bill Clinton said acceptance rates at UC San Diego compare to those at Harvard and Yale. True or false? Watch this short video clip.
Watch our explainer of the deal that will bring back more than 1,500 laid off educators, with the help of a couple of cute kids.
The Congressman denies that he’s changed his position on the Affordable Care Act.
Dagny Salas is the web editor at Voice of San Diego. You can contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 619.550.5669.
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