1. More People, Fewer Homes in Uptown 

Uptown’s new community plan could decrease the area’s capacity for new development.

2. Local CBS Shows Cartoons Instead of Basketball, San Diego Freaks Out 

Despite channel listings that showed the Virginia Commonwealth versus Michigan game, viewers tuning to CBS 8 in San Diego were instead treated to a revolutionary war cartoon called Liberty’s Kids.

3. Filner’s New Deal 

Mayor Bob Filner sent hoteliers a revised tourism marketing agreement.

4. Driving When You Could Bike: Fact Check 

City Council President Todd Gloria claimed 40 percent of vehicle trips are shorter than two miles.

5. Fact Check: Myrtle Cole’s Dwellings and Dealings 

We’re taking a close look at two claims made by opponents and supporters of Myrtle Cole, one of the leading candidates for the seat.

6. The Candidate and the Troubled Nonprofit 

District 4 contender Dwayne Crenshaw celebrates his record at the Coalition of Neighborhood Councils. But his tenure was far from perfect and the group fell apart when he left.

7. Explainer: Putting the Brakes on the Sprinter 

North County’s light-rail commuter train is shut down indefinitely. Here’s why.

8. Grocers Reject Genetically Modified Salmon 

That makes for a notable milestone in the current food war.

9. Welcome to the Hotelier’s Cabal 

Due to numerous management and board missteps, our 2015 centennial celebration is in real jeopardy, and time may be too short to save it.

10. Padres Fans Losing Hope Before the Season Even Begins 

The talent that drove the 2012 team to a good second half already seems too injured to contribute. The money that many thought the new ownership would bring might not even exist.

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Dagny Salas

Dagny Salas was web editor at Voice of San Diego from 2010 to 2013. She was an investigative fellow at VOSD from 2009 to 2010.

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