These were the most-read stories for the week of Jan. 7-13.
Mayor Bob Filner and Councilman Todd Gloria traded some sharp barbs over SANDAG appointments.
Annoyed by the recent morning chills? It’s been mild compared to a morning 100 years ago today.
‘I still have my cold, like many people, and I thought how hard it is to get better when there is no place to really rest and sleep it off,’ writes Liz Hirsch in an update.
Many of Mayor Bob Filner’s new hires share the same past employer.
An assistant police chief recently said officers are responding to more calls involving suicidal or troubled residents.
A conversation with economics writer Matt Yglesias was our first ‘One Voice at a Time’ event of the year.
NBC Nightly News visits City Heights, remembering a hometown hero, DeMaio abides, and the U-T borrows.
After years of planning and protest, the fate of the proposed One Paseo project in Carmel Valley could finally be resolved.
The new mayor, who ran on a platform of transparency, was wrong about the public records law. But that should blow over in this case.
A guide to the basics on the Connections Housing center opening soon downtown and why it’s not a cure-all.
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