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These were the most-read stories for the week of March 25-31.
The city has seen big projects fall apart, doled out settlements and failed to foresee some long-term legal liabilities.
For the first time, San Diego is considering a comprehensive study of its 5,000 miles of sidewalks.
After working with the mayor over the years, the union was offended he wouldn’t talk to them.
The City Council approved a resolution to force Mayor Bob Filner to sign a Tourism Marketing District operating agreement. So now what?
The race to decide District 4’s next council member heads to a runoff. Dwayne Crenshaw held off Barry Pollard for a spot against Myrtle Cole.
As it scrambles to sell off assets to close its budget deficit, the county’s largest school district is crafting poor deals and botching great ones, local real estate experts say.
It’s a cornerstone of his proposed regulation for the drug, but nobody knows how it would work.
The nine-month, $120,000 inquiry into claims against City Auditor Eduardo Luna should come to a close Thursday. Luna wants the city to pay his attorney fees.
If the Tourism Authority lays off 85 of its 100 staff members, what will San Diego lose?
A Tourism Authority official claimed hotel occupancy dropped in San Diego solely due to a canceled advertising campaign in the midst a fight over tourism marketing dollars.
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