Sep 29, 2017
The future of the former Qualcomm Stadium site is taking up a lot of bandwidth these days, but there could be another big sports arena proposal on the table soon.
Earlier this week, Voice of San Diego's Scott Lewis got a polling call filled with questions about the coastal height limit and other zoning issues. The big...
Sep 1, 2017
A recent state Supreme Court ruling just made passing local tax hikes a whole lot easier.
If a tax increase is proposed by a citizens' group instead of local government, it might now require only a simple majority to pass, not two-thirds. It's hard to get support from two-thirds of voters, so many tax hike proposals...
Aug 11, 2017
Lawmakers are scrambling to come up with regulations after Californians voted to legalize marijuana across the state last year.
Cannabis entrepreneurs are eager to get some clarity so they can set up shop and start making money. But right now, the laws are still hazy, and it's starting to cause some problems.
Aug 4, 2017
The investigation of the San Diego Association of Governments that came out this week is a doozy.
On this week’s podcast, hosts Andrew Keatts and Scott Lewis read excerpts from the independent investigation of the regional transportation agency and break down its most shocking findings.
The investigation of SANDAG was...
Jul 25, 2017
From its factory in Spring Valley, Deering Banjo Company has made more than 100,000 banjos since the business launched in 1975.
In the debut episode of I Made it in San Diego, a podcast illuminating the stories behind the region's businesses and entrepreneurs, I talk to Greg and Janet Deering about how they grew their...