These were the most-read stories for the week of Dec. 10-16.
Our latest video explainer looks at what’s contributed to the Chargers’ poor showing this season.
San Diego’s new lease agreement with the Bahia Resort Hotel is one of a kind.
Join us on a quest to understand the scope of homelessness here and to evaluate where we’re going.
The new mayor wants to expand the port, solar power the city and diversify the city’s power structure. Here’s how he’ll do it and some of the challenges he’ll face.
A trial date has been set for a class action lawsuit against the city of Chula Vista over a controversial tax on cell phone calls.
Statement: “More than 90 percent of San Diego businesses are small businesses. Employing over 60 percent of the workforce, our region’s economic recovery depends on the success of local entrepreneurs and the jobs they create,” San Diego Council President Pro Tem Kevin Faulconer wrote in a Dec. 1 U-T San Diego op-ed. Determination: Barely True
San Diego’s new mayor has been spotted all over the city since his Dec. 3 inauguration.
Federal health reform is expected to increase the number of non-native English speakers with insurance. Refugees living in City Heights already say they need a more culturally competent health care experience.
An odd hotel lease, Ramona schools’ troubles, battle over managed competition, ‘Latina’ billboard gets defaced.
Our latest video explainer looks at how much you could end up paying for desalinated water.
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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