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San Diegans for Open Government want the Council President to turn over all emails and text messages from his personal device that pertain to City business
Just how transparent is Council President Todd Gloria? Not very, according to city watchdog group San Diegans for Open Government. ...
Grand Jury dings San Diego Unified for not having a policy in place to address adult-on-student bullying
School district has until August to respond to findings.
San Diego Unified School District isn't doing enough to prevent adults and teachers from bullying children, says a recently released ...
Public Utilities Department may seek approval from City Council for a five-year increase
San Diego's City Attorney is already looking for legal justification for what appears to be an upcoming pitch to increase ...
Zapf will be running for her second-first term as District 2 representative.
It's official, first term councilmember Lorie Zapf is running for council in 2014. On May 8, Zapf filed papers with ...
Jennifer Orey was shot outside her house while deputies searched for a suspected prowler.
One day after the August 19, 2012 shooting, San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore told KGTV the bullet fired by ...
In just one day, labor-council chief Lorena Gonzalez collects nearly $20,000 in campaign contributions
Unions and other union affiliated committees continue to be the source for Gonzalez's large campaign chest
The week got off to a stellar start for Lorena Gonzalez and her run for State Assembly. On Monday, May ...
Unions continue to spend big in race for 80th Assembly district seat
It's no stretch to say that the unions will be backing Lorena Gonzalez in her run for State Assembly against ...
Doug Manchester needs no permits, just lawyers and ineffectual city government.
Al fresco no bueno, say opponents of the sidewalk-café ordinance
Opponents of councilman Kevin Faulconer’s sidewalk-café ordinance say outdoor diners will create even more noise on the streets.
Park and Rec Department is not keen on cleats
San Diego’s Park & Rec Department continues with a crackdown on frisbee and soccer players who where rubber cleats at Ski Beach. Players say they don’t tear up the fields, that it’s a small number of people who complain.