These were the most-read stories for the week of April 15-21.
The fan who recorded the audio says he didn’t know the “Rain Man” refrain would be controversial.
A North Park school said City Councilman Todd Gloria improperly interfered in the planning process for an expansion project. A jury agreed.
The out-of-nowhere announcement so far hasn’t been made any clearer by San Diego State.
The county Department of Agriculture and the city attorney’s office teamed up to produce a rare suspension of a farmer from a local farmers market.
What you’re saying in the comments.
While budget-related debates often focus on change, a lot of numbers stay the same from year to year.
You won’t win a lot of money if you sue – that’s even if you do prevail in court. And the city has little financial incentive to change its policies.
The county’s largest school district has a bold new plan for assessing schools, but actually implementing that plan is unlikely to happen any time soon.
In a busted sidewalks lawsuit, the city made a stark admission about its role in fixing broken infrastructure.
A top official said the district hadn’t started developing a plan to measure its 12 indicators of quality schools, but a draft has surfaced.
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