These were the most-read stories for the week of March 4-10.
Local news has long been considered a breeding ground for dumb, shallow fare. For San Diego’s newest station, throw in anti-woman.
The president of the San Diego Tourism Authority recently claimed more than 50 percent of tourism workers earn a middle-class salary or higher.
Despite having the third-highest homeless population in the country, San Diego gets less money from a key federal source than many other cities with fewer homeless people.
The City Council’s land use and housing committee has twice canceled meetings for having too few items for discussion.
Incoming SD Unified Superintendent Cindy Marten talks teacher assessment, her relationship with the teachers union and fixing the district’s budget.
Stan Dobbs ruffled a few feathers with some controversial statements made in an interview with VOSD last month.
Filner asks that the deal struck to get hotelier support for Convention Center expansion be undone.
What’s really at stake is who is going to run our city – our elected leaders, or the hoteliers?
We’ve started a blog so you can tell San Diego Unified’s new superintendent what issues she should focus on.
Mayor Bob Filner said he’ll help local congressional representatives lobby HUD to change its allocation of homelessness funding.
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