Stories by Katie Orr
San Diego's Auditor says it's not clear if Proposition B, the proposed pension reform measure on the June ballot, will save San Diego money.
A California official says San Diego stands to lose million of dollars if voters approve Proposition A this June.
San Diego's four leading mayoral candidates took part in a debate yesterday at the KPBS studios. The convention center expansion prompted a fiery exchange.
Congressman Bob Filner of the 51st district has a shot at being San Diego’s first elected Democratic mayor in nearly 30 years. Filner draws support from union members, but he’s facing an electorate divided over the benefits city workers receive.
Republican Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher often says it’s time for a new era in San Diego politics, and he wants to be the one to usher it in as San Diego’s next mayor.
San Diego Councilman Carl DeMaio has maintained a high profile ever since he was first elected to office in 2008. He’s currently vying to be San Diego’s next mayor. But that would mean he’d be leading the very employees he often rails against.
Long time District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis wants to be the next mayor of San Diego. She’s stressing her decades of experience working in San Diego. But her history may present some challenges as well.
The Port of San Diego is not wasting any time in defending itself against San Diego’s largest newspaper. The Port is touting the benefits of its 10th Avenue Marine terminal after the paper questioned its usefulness.
San Diego’s controversial pension reform initiative may not make it on the June ballot. The California Public Employment Relations Board will ask for a preliminary injunction against the measure while it reviews an unfair practices claim.
San Diego voters will see at least one pension reform measure on the June ballot. But there's a possibility a second measure could make it on as well.
San Diego voters will get a chance to vote on pension reform in the June election. But voters may have more than one reform option to choose from.
It’s the end of an era of sorts for cities across California. Redevelopment agencies must be officially shut down by Wednesday. KPBS looks at what that means for San Diego.
The three Republicans running for San Diego mayor sought to distinguish themselves from each other at a forum last night at the University of San Diego.
The city of San Diego will oversee the unwinding of its redevelopment agencies. The city council agreed today to launch the process.