These were the most-read stories for the week of Aug. 27- Sept. 02.
Coyotes and raccoons have disappeared from part of Tecolote Canyon, say residents who wonder whether Wildlife Services is responsible.
Retiring Pinocchio, eight stage performances a week, Chargers update, Jerry’s choice and how pandas say ‘let’s hang out.’
The Airport Authority projected that take offs and landings would increase by 30 percent by 2015 as it pushed for a new airport. That’s not coming true. Rob Davis checks out the actual trend.
How did a park, originally set aside in 1868 as a 1,400-acre natural preserve, wind up housing a federal military complex?
The newspaper built parts of a showcase for classic cars at its headquarters without required permission, but won’t be fined.
Missing coyotes, quakes rattle county, farm worker shortage, Sanders pitches to GOP and a bit of political dish (literally).
We team up with NBC 7 San Diego to explain what’s kept the nuclear power plant offline almost all year.
After putting together a bond that will cost taxpayers almost 10 times what they borrowed, the Poway Unified School District has become California’s poster child for a form of exotic financing.
They raised money and had a plan. Where’d it go? San Onofre, explained. San Diegans OK with wastewater recycling, mostly.
The process to plan Balboa Park’s future stretched for the better part of the 1980s and stirred up long-running debates that continue today.
Dagny Salas is the web editor at Voice of San Diego. You can contact her directly at email@example.com or 619.550.5669.
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