These were the most-read stories for the week of Nov. 26 – Dec. 2.
The stench at La Jolla Cove makes national and local headlines.
Statement: “In a Democratic city where Republicans are actually a third party behind independents, we outperformed Republican Party registration by 21 percent,” former mayoral candidate and Councilman Carl DeMaio wrote in a Nov. 16 op-ed in the Orange County Register.
The focus is on the mayor. But the City Council president may be a more influential position than ever.
If this truly is a new ‘progressive paradigm’ in San Diego, Vince Hall is charged with making it work.
Scott Sherman and Bob Filner work to collect contributions and protect their personal accounts from outstanding campaign debts.
Mayor-elect’s major campaign promise takes a hit with council vote to approve marketing tax extension.
More fighting over big water deal, U-T CEO on lack of ally investigations, city probes funding and the Bolts make a ho-hum list.
In our weekly explainer segment, we tackle the complicated maze that is Proposition 30.
A building housing three museums suffered water damage overnight.
The mayor-elect wants to divert $15 million a year from tourism promotion to police and fire. If the council doesn’t throw him a lifeline next week, the plan is likely off the table.
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