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  • Timeline: Proposition 8

    Aug. 4, 2010 A federal judge in San Francisco rules that gays and lesbians have a constitutional right to marry, striking down Proposition 8, the voter approved ballot measure that banned same-sex unions. U.S. District Chief Judge Vaughn R. Walker said...
  • Cross-border bridge gets presidential permit

    Cross-border bridge gets presidential permit
    The State Department Thursday issued a presidential permit authorizing the construction and operation of a cross-border pedestrian bridge that would link Tijuana's Rodriguez International Airport to San Diego. The for-profit project was proposed by the...
  • Battle over sales tax increase begins

    Battle over  sales tax increase begins
    A day after the City Council placed an initiative for a sales tax increase on the November ballot, opponents and supporters of the plan came out swinging. In front of city fire station 22 in Ocean Beach, Mayor Jerry Sanders, council members Donna Frye...
  • City Council seeks greater oversight of superstores

    City Council seeks greater oversight of superstores
    The City Council Wednesday tentatively approved an ordinance to require developers to conduct an economic and community impact study before a "superstore'' could be built in San Diego. "It is hard to compete as a small business owner, with their buying...
  • City and schools face cuts after props fail

    City and schools face cuts after props fail
    There are tough choices ahead for city officials and school administrators in the coming months, now that voters have denied Propositions D and J at the polls Tuesday. However, for both sides, the focus now is moving forward. "Put everything on the...
  • Slain officer praised during emotional funeral

    Slain officer praised during emotional funeral
    Hundreds of law enforcement officers from across California gathered Thursday along with state and local dignitaries and mourning members of the public to pay final respects to a veteran San Diego patrolman and father of two gunned down in the line of...
  • Mayor reveals car-free Plaza de Panama plans

    Mayor reveals car-free Plaza de Panama plans
    Plans to restore the Plaza de Panama in Balboa Park back to a pedestrian area, rather than a vehicle space, was announced Monday. With funding from Qualcomm Inc. co-founder Irwin Jacobs, an engineering firm has drafted a renovation plan for Plaza de...
  • Mayor plans to suspend city funding for public art

    Mayor plans to suspend city funding for public art
    Mayor Jerry Sanders sent a memo Thursday urging the San Diego City Council to suspend a policy that provides funding for public art in certain capital improvement projects. The policy, adopted in 2004, mandates that 2 percent of the cost of certain...
  • Mayor calls on city to support Padres

    Mayor calls on city to support Padres
    Mayor Jerry Sanders Tuesday urged San Diegans to get behind the Padres baseball team for its final two-week push to win the National League West title. "It's truly remarkable this late in September this team is only one-half game out of first place,''...
  • DeMaio denounces pension abuses while council vows spending reductions

    DeMaio denounces pension abuses while council vows spending reductions
    Both sides of the Proposition D debate were out in front of the cameras Monday with one common message: San Diego needs pension reform. City councilman Carl DeMaio held a news conference releasing a study that found the city was likely to spend almost...
  • Council members increase their own pension contributions

    Council members increase their own pension contributions
    The San Diego City Council agreed to contribute more toward the cost of members' own pensions. The City Council voted 7-1 on Tuesday, with Councilman Tony Young casting the dissenting vote, to eliminate so-called retirement offsets for elected...