Matt Potter 6:32 p.m., March 28
Expedia, Hotwire, and Priceline cost the city millions in taxes
In December 2016, the California Supreme Court ended a 13-year legal fight waged by San Diego to collect tens of millions of dollars in hotel occupancy taxes from online travel companies such as Expedia, Hotwire, ...
Mexico: 92 percent of exports, 80 percent of imports
The law of unintended consequences warns individuals, governments, and corporations that any action may backfire. The possibility of a trade war with Mexico is a classic example: the consequences could be brutal, especially for San ...
Hard to get more than 10,000 San Diegans per game
Fútbol? Football? Everybody chatters about the so-called plan for a soccer/football stadium and surrounding development in Mission Valley. Will taxpayers get fleeced? Why does San Diego State seem so queasy? Should we preserve Qualcomm Stadium ...
The city’s bottom line seems more important than a dead baby.
Lawsuit alleges officials were warned but failed to fix the problem.
City inundated with pothole complaints and lawsuits
On C Street in San Diego’s Golden Hill neighborhood, cracks in the asphalt meander like fault lines. Near C Street’s intersection with 23rd Street, in a block where single-family homes are valued anywhere from $750,000 ...
Cheeseburger, fries, and a long lawsuit, please
Jack in the Box and North Park neighbors return to court.
Will Peter Navarro launch?
In San Diego County from 1992 through 2001, Peter Navarro ran unsuccessfully for mayor, county supervisor, city council, and Congress. Then he became an economics professor at the University of California, Irvine. Now he is ...
“All that seemed to matter to him were politics.”
Jan Goldsmith completed his eight-year term as San Diego’s city attorney on December 13, 2016. His legacy will remain present at San Diego city hall for years to come, possibly not as much for major ...
But Seeking Alpha ties it to Barry Minkow and Galanis family
People wanting stocks to go up are called “longs.” People wanting stocks — or a particular stock — to go down are called “shorts.” Shorts borrow a stock, sell it, and hope to make a ...
Caltrans won’t clean up the mess
High-priority project at the 125/94 interchange never gets done.
Rachel Smith takes us on a tour of her historic home in the Burlingame neighborhood of San Diego and discusses her neighbors' and the city's complaints about her legal use of the property as an Airbnb host.
The app's creator discusses its fate.
Developers of the Rocket app discuss its beginnings and plans for the future.
John Forouzandeh speaks about his experience when parking in his Kearny Mesa neighborhood..
Take a jaunt with the Free Ride, an "experiential marketing" service that will drive you wherever you want to go.
Fred Luddy sticks his foot in his mouth from 5:35 to 5:44 when he boasts that great artists steal, and that he has been a thief all his life.
This video shows Bob Ames, UCAN chief operating officer, destroying documents. He was brought aboard in April, the month after UCAN CEO Michael Shames told staffers that unless complaints stopped, he would dissolve the organization. The complaints did not stop, and two whistleblowers are now in court. Ames wants to be named receiver.