These were the most-read stories for the week of July 30-Aug 5.
Balboa Park, San Diego’s great 1,400-acre cultural and recreational asset has gone to war along with the nation,’ read the San Diego Union on Dec. 12, 1941.
Faced with a legal dilemma about renewing a visitors’ fee, hoteliers decided to make the little guys pay.
The Democratic mayoral candidate says his aggressive political personality stems from his civil rights activism. He says you’ll see a different Filner if elected mayor.
Images from the park’s wartime alter ego.
The mayoral candidate dropped his support for borrowing money to deal with the pension debt, which he backed just hours earlier.
We screwed up. Our July 20 story about student-to-teacher ratios at San Diego Unified cited incorrect statistics. We explain what happened and what we now know.
A little-known arm of the U.S. Department of Agriculture kills predators to protect endangered species throughout coastal San Diego. But the lauded work explains just a fraction of what it kills here.
The bromance goes on.
Federally subsidized trappers funded in part by local taxpayer dollars kill animals on private land across the county with little disclosure to the county officials that hire them.
Political strategist Tom Shepard joining Bob Filner makes sense only when you know the history.
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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