The Morning Report
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These were the most-read stories for the week of Oct. 15-21.
The newspaper publisher, who’s pushing a $1 billion-plus waterfront Chargers stadium, says he can refurbish the old one for much less.
Laura Duffy apologized to the Carl DeMaio campaign and elaborated in an interview with Voice of San Diego.
If Proposition 30 fails, will San Diego Unified get the shortest school year in the world? Watch this episode of Fact Check TV to find out.
Statement: “Actually, the (tax) that you pay is small compared to what you pay total for gas. That is, it’s 10 percent,” said state Sen. Juan Vargas in a recent Univision interview. Determination: Mostly True
Bill Lockyer sounds off on ‘egregious’ capital appreciation bonds, says Poway’s bonds are probably illegal, and rules on school borrowing need tightening.
The San Diego Zoo wants to revive its plans to build 4,800 parking spaces in an underground garage, and charge for parking there, the U-T reports.
Some supporters listed on Superior Court judge candidate Jim Miller’s website say they never lent their formal support.
Judge candidate’s endorsements don’t add up, understanding polls, another politician keeps funds in the family.
The mayoral candidate uses identical ads to hit his opponents in the primary and general elections.
The San Diego mayoral candidate has staked his campaign on his laminated and bound budget plan. But since he first released it two years ago, the city has already tried much of what DeMaio’s proposing.
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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