Stories by Tom
San Diego's rising population will bring with it hundreds of thousands more cars, more concerns about finding place to park and a fear that parking lots will overtake the city's landscape.
A psychologist says the shocking stabbing death of a 12-year-old boy, allegedly by his 10-year-old playmate, can be traced to clues and causes in the childhood brain.
Housing Consultant Gary London says pent-up demand and restrictions on building will bring San Diego a housing shortage, especially for single-family homes.
Nearly all housing markets in the U.S., including San Diego, will lose value in 2011.
Michael Zucchet, general manager of the MEA, says shifting San Diego city workers to a 401K pension will only sabotage the city's hiring efforts.
Lani Lutar, with the San Diego County Taxpayers Association, says pension costs in San Diego are out of control, and the city has no choice but to switch to a 401K.
San Diego's index of leading economic indicators declined in August, causing economist Alan Gin to say we're at risk for a double-dip recession.
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Civic leaders in Ramona will attend a workshop this week to look for ways to make their town center more walkable, attractive and profitable.
San Diego it has to give up $70 million dollars in redevelopment funds this year, and 16 million in subsequent years to the state budget. Cities have filed suit, calling the move unconstitutional. A lot of redevelopment projects, from fixing roads to funding economic development projects, to paying for sports stadiums, are in jeopardy.