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A growing number of people, including developers, environmentalists and stressed-out renters are saying, 'Build already.' The new coalition is beginning to make progress. more

Politics & Civic Issues

It's the end of yet another year, so it's time to review how it performed. It's biggest blemish? Read on. more

City Stories

The Mid-Coast Trolley is expected to bring development along its corridor. But many residents near planned stations are fighting high-density projects. more

Real Estate & Construction

While some applaud the move to legalize marijuana, others worry about negative consequences, since much of today’s pot is potent and not for the uninitiated. more

Politics & Civic Issues

Our City honors projects that enhance the community in myriad ways, from adding cutting-edge architecture to boosting livability. more

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OK, so the Chargers are gone. That frees up a lot of free time. Here are some options on how to spend it. more

City Stories

The number of homeless living in cars and RVs appears to be increasing even though it’s against the law in most areas of San Diego County to do so. more

Politics & Civic Issues

Remember, the Padres, just like the Chargers, were not the most accommodating franchise at one point. They made veiled threats to move. They're here because they got Petco Park. more

Politics & Civic Issues

It's not just concussions that are worrisome. Former players are suing the NFL for doling out prescriptions drugs like candy. And former San Francisco 49er great Dwight Clark — famous for "The Catch" — has ALS. more

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There is widespread sentiment that 2016 was one of the worst years in modern history. Many liberals blame the election of President Trump as one of the more compelling reasons for the gloom, but a case can be made that others trump 2016. We offer 10. more

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Dean Spanos is visited by three spirits. Can they convince him to stay in San Diego? (Um, apparently not.) more

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From trampoline dodgeball to a speakeasy, San Diego companies get creative when it comes to this annual ritual. more

Business & Economics

Are we now flooded with too much of a good thing? more

Business & Economics

Only rarely do stadium votes skate to victory. Most times, they barely garner 50 percent of the vote. The Chargers will need 66.7 percent. more

Politics & Civic Issues

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San Diego’s tree canopy is less than half what it’s desired to be by 2020. But the city is dedicating more resources to reach its urban forestry goals. more

Politics & Civic Issues

A growing number of polls are inaccurate, causing some major surprises on Election Day. more

Politics & Civic Issues

The local Audubon Society looks to restore Mission Bay wetlands. more

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Former Padres owner John Moores supports the Citizens’ Plan, one of two initiatives that could transform San Diego. more

Politics & Civic Issues

A host of neighborhoods make up our central city, and they don’t always agree. Will that matter when it comes to the proposed stadium? more

Politics & Civic Issues