These were the most-read stories for the week of Nov. 19-25.
Mayor’s money talk is misleading, meet a percussionist, talking turkey, more GOP woes and Romney goes public.
The City Council will soon consider whether to keep its red-light cameras. We take a look at the latest research and costs.
David Copley’s death marks the passing of a genteel old guard.
The city of San Diego is the big dog and may have a big say in how the water purchase deal affects your bill.
Republicans grapple with the ‘major crisis’ DeMaio says their party faces.
Republicans vs. Republicans, a vacancy in Congress, red-light camera research, and Twinkies in demand.
Mayor-elect wants to spend $20 million-plus on police and fire, but the council has said it will spend the money somewhere else.
Statement: “All told, we will leave the next mayor with a combined surplus of nearly $120 million over the next five years,” Mayor Jerry Sanders said in an April press release. “That’s money that can be used for more library hours and to hire more police officers and firefighters.” Determination: Misleading.
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Bob Filner will soon be San Diego’s mayor, temporarily leaving the 51st District without a congressman.
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