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City emails show employees scrambling to justify North Park Jack in the Box permits

Fast-food chain was not the only one scrambling to find a way around the building code.

A few feet taller, with new exterior and interior walls and fresh coats of paint, and a nice new parking ...

To gift or not to gift. City Attorney's Office questioned donation of homeless shelter but was silent for Sunroad land giveaway

Lawsuit challenges the City's donation of public land to developer Sunroad Enterprises.

Donating a city-owned building for use as a homeless shelter is bad but giving away city designated park space to ...

Carl DeMaio paid for polling in possible mayoral run

The former councilmember reimbursed his Reform San Diego committee so as to avoid any potential violations.

Just how close did Carl DeMaio come to abandoning his run for congress in hopes of becoming San Diego's next ...

Owner of Oggi's Pizza and Brewing files class action lawsuit over 2011 blackout

Owner filed class action complaint in federal court

Remember when the lights went out throughout Southern California back in September 2011? The owner of Oggi's Pizza sure does. ...

City awards $350,000 settlement to woman who was beaten by police officers during a Chargers game

City council to give woman $350,000 for injuries she suffered at the hands of police officers during a Chargers game.

On Monday, September 9, city councilmembers will write a $350,000 check to a woman who was beaten by police officers ...

Consultant Marco Li Mandri asks City to pay $25,000 in fees for the long-delayed Barrio Logan Maintenance Assessment District

Li Mandri wants the City to pay the remaining balance on contract with Shea Properties to set up the district.

There's a pot of money sitting on the east side of the Coronado Bridge in Barrio Logan. The money has ...

Did interim mayor Todd Gloria have the authority to rescind stop-use order for Jack in the Box?

City charter states interim mayor does not have discretionary power.

The City Attorney's office has issued a memo detailing the powers, or lack of, held by San Diego's interim mayor ...

Filner issues a Stop-Use Order against North Park Jack in the Box. Todd Gloria rescinds.

Order prohibits use of drive-through.

In his final hours as Mayor of San Diego, Bob Filner had some parting gifts of his own to give ...

Field of candidates for Mayor now at 16

As of August 30, 16 people, all males, have filed papers with the City Clerk's Office.

Update: A version of this story will be updated as more and more candidates enter the race: And they're off: ...

Enter number 14: More unknown candidates enter the race to replace Bob Filner

So far, as of August 29, fourteen potential candidates have filed papers with the City

Update: A version of this story will be updated as more and more candidates enter the race: And they're off: ...

Man sues the City over gopher infestation at Robb Field in Ocean Beach

Man stepped into gopher hole while playing football, suffered permanent damage to leg.

"Au revoir, gopher." A man is suing the City of San Diego after permanently damaging his right leg by stepping ...

Number of mayoral candidates now stands at nine...make that 13

So far, as of August 28, thirteen potential candidates have filed papers with the City

Update: A version of this story will be updated as more and more candidates enter the race: And they're off: ...

Number of candidates running to replace Mayor Bob Filner now at nine...rather 12

So far, as of August 28, twelve people have filed papers with the City Clerk's Office

Update: A version of this story was posted yesterday. The story will be updated as more and more candidates enter ...

The line of candidates hoping to replace Mayor Bob Filner continues to grow

So far, as of August 27, eight people have filed papers with the City Clerk's Office

Update: A version of this story was posted yesterday. The story will be updated as more and more candidates enter ...

Four more candidates enter fray to replace Mayor Bob Filner

Candidates all filed statement of organization papers with the City Clerk's Office.

And they're off: The race to replace Mayor Bob Filner is underway. Today, August 26, four candidates filed with the ...

Just what authority will Council President Todd Gloria have after taking control of Mayor's Office?

Dueling memos from Goldsmith and Gloria differs as to the actual powers of an interim-mayor.

On August 23, hours after San Diego city councilmembers agreed to drop their case against Filner and pay up to ...

Motion to quash case against Bob Filner scheduled for September 16

According to a August 22, an unnamed party filed a Motion to Quash case against Bob Filner.

Signs of a settlement deal between Mayor Bob Filner and the City of San Diego over allegations of sexual harassment ...

Attorney and founding member of Run Women Run, Sarah Boot, announces run for District 2 council seat

Boot filed papers with the City Clerk on August 31.

The race for the soon-to-be empty District 2 council seat just got a bit more crowded. Sarah Boot has officially ...

Mayor Bob Filner returns $21,676 in contributions from special political fund

The refunds were issued to unions, corporations, and big developers.

The hits keep coming for Mayor Bob Filner. As the Mayor ponders resignation in a legal mediation with the City ...

City Attorney's one-eighty on Sunroad. Office calls Sunroad lawsuit a "sham"

Recent court documents show City Attorney's office now defending Sunroad's land-grab

Giving away public park space to a developer? No big deal. Filing a lawsuit against the City for an apparent ...

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