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San Diego's Top Cop

In his first interview since becoming police chief last year, David Bejarano talks about why he became a cop, the biggest threat to the city’s safety and the controversial Demetrius Dubose shooting

Who Makes What

From garbage collectors to TV anchormen, symphony conductors to trolley conductors, here’s what a wide array of San Diegans—in more than 150 occupations—pull down each year in the line of duty

Qualcomm Madness

A local stock goes over the top, and the populace goes into cyberspace

See How They Ran

The candidates haven’t always been as well-heeled as today’s cash-chasing roster. Here’s a look at the role dollars—and sometimes, nickels—have played in San Diego mayoral races.
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