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With a political tempest on the horizon, residents of San Diego's last free anchorage may be forced to set sail for calmer waters more

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The city waits on resolution of former deputy city attorney's allegations more

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With a political tempest on the horizon, residents of San Diego's last free anchorage may be forced to set sail for calmer waters more

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What is this Kroll company that the mayor's getting so tough with, and what is he really telling it? more

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City Hall runs afoul of its own conflict-of-interest laws more

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City Council member's "sleazy' e-mail to a constituent reveals a vengeful streak more

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Imagine City Councilmember Jim Madaffer's embarrassment last week when San Diego's bean counters released a report estimating that he will overspend his 2006 council district budget for the fiscal year ending this month by $176,000, or 21 p... more

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Bellwethers, backlash and believing the hype more

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Answers to common questions about the Mt. Soledad cross and the controversy surrounding it more

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City officials return to their rancorous ways—and professionals say it's time for an intervention more

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Sandy Summers is a mad man. It's hard to blame him. more

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As Bill Horn scrambles to explain his relationship with his chief of staff, questions swirl around her kid's legal woes more

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As City Hall argues over how much to pay into its pension fund, a billion-dollar debt closes in more

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Ol' Crazy Eyes more

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An expert's problematic résumé and court testimony could jeopardize hundreds more

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There's progress and plenty more to do as Sanders passes his self-imposed deadline more

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Aguirre says city's H2O isn't safe, but what does he really mean? more

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LoGo a no go more

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East Village's Gen Lai Sen does Chinese family-style more

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Animal-rights activist challenges constitutionality of city law; city attorney capitulates more

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