These were the most-read stories for the week of Jan. 28-Feb. 3.
One idea Assistant Police Chief Boyd Long imagines could help address downtown homelessness.
The city tells advocates not to try to open marijuana storefronts.
Councilman loves him some height limits, fact-checking geography, changing a mind on the homeless and where our hot air goes.
A judge delivers a blow to proponents of a remodel plan for Balboa Park ahead of a Friday hearing.
The latest flu epidemic has killed 14 San Diegans. In 1918, the epidemic traveled with soldiers going and returning from war.
In U-T interview, the federal prosecutor seems to allow space for collectives that comply with state law.
San Diego Unified’s new chief financial officer takes on teachers unions and the school board in a wide-ranging interview.
If we do not increase the supply of housing while the demand goes up, prices will go up.
The organizer behind an effort to tally the county’s homeless population claimed more than half of the county could be considered rural.
Mayor Bob Filner promised to set new rules to permit dispensaries within city limits.
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