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Special Report: 'SoccerCity' land grab Special Report: 'SoccerCity' land grab

Special Report: SoccerCity - Is development plan more about land than soccer?

Is San Diego going to get a Major League Soccer franchise? If the answer is no — and there's a good chance it could be no — what will happen to the most valuable piece of land the city owns at Qualcomm?

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Mayor Faulconer talks SoccerCity endorsements

Mayor Faulconer talks SoccerCity endorsements Mayor Faulconer talks SoccerCity endorsements

One of the hurdles for FS Investors to move forward with its stadium and development project in Mission Valley is to get endorsements from the mayor, the city council and San Diego State.

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SoccerCity to begin collecting signatures Wednesday, 72,000 needed for ballot vote

SoccerCity to begin collecting signatures Wednesday, 72,000 for ballot vote (SoccerCity San Diego) SoccerCity to begin collecting signatures Wednesday, 72,000 for ballot vote (SoccerCity San Diego)

SoccerCity will begin its campaign Wednesday to sell its stadium and development plan to the voters.

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Detailed site plan for proposed MLS stadium released

The local group of investors who want to bring Major League Soccer to San Diego released new renderings Monday of their stadium and development at Qualcomm.

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State lawmaker reveals plans for the future of Qualcomm Stadium

State lawmaker reveals plans for the future of Qualcomm Stadium State lawmaker reveals plans for the future of Qualcomm Stadium

A state lawmaker in San Diego is renewing his call to re-develop the site of Qualcomm Stadium.

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Divorce between Chargers and San Diego finalizes, lease terminated with Qualcomm Stadium

Divorce between Chargers and San Diego finalizes, lease terminated with Qualcomm Stadium Divorce between Chargers and San Diego finalizes, lease terminated with Qualcomm Stadium

The divorce between the San Diego Chargers and the city of San Diego was made final Wednesday. The team sent a letter of notification to terminate its lease at Qualcomm when it runs out at the end of July.

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Investors propose $1 billion redevelopment project for Qualcomm Stadium, including football and soccer fields

A group of investors Monday unveiled a proposal for a $1 billion redevelopment of the Qualcomm Stadium site in Mission Valley, which would include a privately financed football and soccer stadium, along with a 55-acre park, housing and commercial buildings.

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KUSI EXCLUSIVE: First 1-on-1 interview with Dean Spanos following the Chargers' relocation announcement

KUSI's Brandon Stone was in Los Angeles and spoke with Spanos for the first exclusive one-on-one interview following the announcement.

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Chargers owner Dean Spanos releases letter announcing team's move to Los Angeles

Chargers owner Dean Spanos has decided to relocate the team to Los Angeles.

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San Diego leaders, Chargers players and more react to the relocation announcement

Reaction from Los Angeles and San Diego civic leaders, current and former Chargers players and more pored in across social media as the news hit.

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Stadium Watch: Chargers exit strategy to Los Angeles

While all of San Diego awaits the Chargers decision on its option to move the team to Los Angeles, what happens if Dean Spanos decides the future of the franchise is in fact in L.A.?

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New website, new logo for Los Angeles Chargers

A new website launched Thursday for the re-branded Chargers, shortly after owner Dean Spanos announced he was taking the team to Los Angeles. 

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Chargers relocation could raise San Diego's unemployment rate by 0.1 percent

The decision by owner Dean Spanos to move the Chargers to Los Angeles could raise San Diego's unemployment rate by 0.1 percent, a University of San Diego professor said Thursday.

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Chargers exit plan to Los Angeles

KUSI Sports Brandon Stone got an exclusive interview with Dean Spanos this morning in Inglewood. He told Brandon he has an exit plan for moving to L.A. That exit plan is dictated by the relocation process.

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Fans gather at Chargers Park this morning before announcement

Fans gathered at Chargers park as soon as they woke up Thursday morning.

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City and county leaders react to Chargers moving to Los Angeles

City and county leaders react to Chargers moving to Los Angeles City and county leaders react to Chargers moving to Los Angeles

Ending years of negotiations and questions about the team's future, Chargers chairman Dean Spanos announced Thursday the team will leave San Diego after more than half a century and move north to the Los Angeles area beginning this fall.

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Local moving company hoping to muddle Chargers relocation to Los Angeles

Local moving company hoping to muddle Chargers relocation to Los Angeles Local moving company hoping to muddle Chargers relocation to Los Angeles

A local San Diego moving company is leading the charge against the Chargers.

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Anthony Lynn announced as new Los Angeles Chargers coach

Anthony Lynn Anthony Lynn

The Los Angeles Chargers formally introduced Anthony Lynn as their coach Tuesday, and even he initially had trouble remembering which city the team will be playing in next season.

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Fans petition to keep Chargers name, logo in San Diego

Fans petition to keep Chargers name, logo in San Diego Fans petition to keep Chargers name, logo in San Diego

San Diego Chargers fans are continuing to react negatively to the team moving to Los Angeles.

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Chargers could be discussed at Wednesday's NFL meeting in New York

Chargers could be discussed at Wednesday's NFL meeting in New York Chargers could be discussed at Wednesday's NFL meeting in New York

With a deadline looming for Chargers chairman Dean Spanos to decide whether to remain in San Diego or move the team to Los Angeles, a pair of National Football League committees are scheduled to meet Wednesday in New York.

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Special Report: New Chargers poll doesn't look good for team

John Nienstedt of Competitive Edge Research and Communication John Nienstedt of Competitive Edge Research and Communication

A new poll is out on the Chargers Stadium Initiative and it does not bode well for keeping the team in San Diego.

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Measure C: The push for a new stadium

Measure C: The push for a new stadium Measure C: The push for a new stadium

The Chargers have been pushing the benefits to the city about a downtown stadium as part of the team's effort to sell it to voters.

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Special Report: Dean Spanos on the record

In a KUSI News exclusive, Dean Spanos shared his thoughts on the future of the Chargers in San Diego. 

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Chargers take to social media to push for 'yes' votes on Measure C

The Chargers are running an aggressive campaign to get voters to approve their stadium initiative on election day three weeks from now, but is anybody aware of it?

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Stadium Poll: Do San Diegans still care about the Chargers?

Stadium Poll: Do San Diegans still care about the Chargers? Stadium Poll: Do San Diegans still care about the Chargers?

If there were a vote on the stadium issue today, it would probably lose, especially given the way the Chargers played and then lost to the Steelers Monday night. More>>

Official Report: The Chargers will apply to the NFL for a move to LA

Stadium Watch: The rush to L.A. Stadium Watch: The rush to L.A.

Chargers executive Mark Fabiani said that the San Diego Chargers will apply to the NFL for the move to Los Angeles, it was reported this weekend. More>>

Questions and answer with Chargers spokesperson Mark Fabiani

Questions and answer with Chargers spokesperson Mark Fabiani Questions and answer with Chargers spokesperson Mark Fabiani

Mr. Fabiani has no real authority or influence over the process of whether the Chargers stay or go. More>>

NFL executives listen to Chargers fans

NFL executives listen to Chargers fans NFL executives listen to Chargers fans

San Diego Charger fans told NFL representatives Wednesday they would not attend games in the Los Angeles area if the team moved. More>>

Stadium Watch: Mayor Kevin Faulconer discusses Chargers future with Dean Spanos

It appears there is more going on behind-the-scenes in the battle to keep the Chargers in San Diego.

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San Diego and the Chargers, a year in review

Three weeks from today, the National Football League’s Los Angeles committee could make a recommendation which team or teams qualify for a move to LA. If the chargers are one of the teams, a year's worth of work by the City of San Diego to keep the team will have failed.

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Fan reaction: Have the Chargers played their last game in San Diego?

What should have been a euphoric day for the Chargers and their fans Sunday was instead a game that ended with nostalgia and a sense that some larger chapter was coming to an end.

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Future options for Qualcomm Stadium without San Diego Chargers

If the chargers head to Carson next year, Qualcomm Stadium, and 166 acres of prime real estate will be up for grabs. Should the city develop it for public purposes, or turn it over to private development?

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Stadium Watch: Chargers file for relocation with NFL

Stadium Watch: NFL relocation update Stadium Watch: NFL relocation update

The San Diego Chargers officially filed for relocation with the NFL late Monday evening.

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Stadium Watch: Chargers and city on the rocks

Stadium Watch: Chargers and city on the rocks Stadium Watch: Chargers and city on the rocks

Can this impending divorce between the Chargers and the city get any messier? If Tuesday's comments from both sides is any indication, it probably will.

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Chargers countdown: NFL owners meeting

Chargers countdown: NFL owners meeting Chargers countdown: NFL owners meeting

All the signs are pointing to a decision next week on which football teams will be relocating to Los Angeles.

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Rams and Chargers approved for relocation to Los Angeles

Rams and Chargers approved for relocation to Los Angeles Rams and Chargers approved for relocation to Los Angeles

According to the Bleacher Report's Jason Cole, the NFL's LA relocation committee has recommended the Carson project site on a 5-1 vote. The Kansas City Chiefs' owner Clark Hunt, was the only owner to not approve the site, claiming siting that there should be one team or none.

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Special Report: NFL relocates Rams to L.A., but Chargers fate still unknown

NFL relocates Rams to L.A., but Chargers fate still unknown NFL relocates Rams to L.A., but Chargers fate still unknown

It was NFL decision day, except for San Diego Chargers fans.

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Longest Chargers season ticket holder shares love of team

Dr. Blake Talbot Dr. Blake Talbot

One San Diego fan can truly say he's stuck by the Chargers since the beginning.

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What's next for the Chargers?

What's next for the Chargers? What's next for the Chargers?

Are the Chargers on the doorstep and on their way out of San Diego?

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Chargers fans remain optimistic the team will stay in San Diego

Chargers fans gathered in Mission Valley Wednesday to push for keeping the team in San Diego.

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Chargers countdown: Spanos/Kroenke meeting

Kroenke and Spanos Kroenke and Spanos

Dean Spanos went to Los Angeles Monday for a negotiating session with Rams owner Stan Kroenke about sharing the Inglewood stadium either as a co-owner or as a tenant.

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Chargers countdown: San Diego Chargers file for Los Angeles trademark names

With the Los Angeles Rams getting a jump start on tickets sales, the San Diego Chargers have taken another step towards a move to Los Angeles by securing trademarks for what could possibly be the team’s new name.

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Chargers countdown: Renovating Qualcomm?

Chargers countdown: Renovating Qualcomm? Chargers countdown: Renovating Qualcomm?

The Twitter world is a flutter with the Raiders waiting to jump at the chance of relocating to San Diego.

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Chargers countdown: Spanos and Kroenke talks

Spanos and Kroenke talks Spanos and Kroenke talks

The reports Monday that negotiations for the Chargers to join the Rams in Inglewood were at impasse were denied Tuesday by both teams as false, saying the discussions are ongoing.

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Chargers countdown: LA Coliseum meeting

LA Coliseum LA Coliseum

Yet another sign that the Chargers want to move ahead and partner with the Rams in Inglewood.

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Chargers countdown: Getting Chargers initiative on the ballot

Local Attorney Bob Ottilie Local Attorney Bob Ottilie

Mayor Kevin Faulconer told KUSI Monday he anticipated a meeting with the Chargers this week.

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One-on-one with Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos

One-on-one with Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos One-on-one with Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos

San Diegans want answers and now they are closer to getting them.

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Is a two-thirds vote necessary for Chargers downtown site

Is a two-thirds vote necessary for Chargers downtown site Is a two-thirds vote necessary for Chargers downtown site

One city councilmember is raising questions about whether a two-thirds vote is really required to pass a stadium proposal downtown.

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Stadium Watch: Path to Chargers stadium

Stadium Watch: Path to Chargers stadium Stadium Watch: Path to Chargers stadium

The only path to a Chargers downtown stadium leads straight to the ballot box, and approval by the voters.

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Details of Chargers' plan for Downtown San Diego stadium emerge

San Diego Chargers stadium deadline San Diego Chargers stadium deadline

The San Diego Chargers' plan for a new downtown stadium leaked to the media Wednesday.

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Stadium Watch: New Chargers plan opposition

Chamber President and CEO Jerry Sanders Chamber President and CEO Jerry Sanders

The San Diego Chamber has officially taken a position on a downtown stadium with Convention Center space.

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Stadium Watch: Awaiting more details on Chargers stadium plan

Stadium Watch: Awaiting more details on Chargers stadium plan Stadium Watch: Awaiting more details on Chargers stadium plan

It was expected Monday that the Chargers would unveil their plan for a new stadium in downtown San Diego, but that did not happen.

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Stadium Watch: What's comes after Chargers' initiative release?

Details of Chargers ballot initiative emerge Details of Chargers ballot initiative emerge

Pieces of the Chargers ballot initiative were released Tuesday by a source close to the organization.

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Stadium Watch: Mayor on Chargers plan

Mayor on Chargers plan Mayor on Chargers plan

The Chargers stadium plan was released this week and was roundly criticized by the hospitality industry which favors expanding the Convention Center at the Waterfront. 

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Stadium Watch: Chargers initiative moves forward

Chargers initiative moves forward Chargers initiative moves forward

The Chargers initiative for a stadium with Convention Center space is moving forward.

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Stadium Watch: Faulconer on Chargers signature drive

Faulconer on Chargers signature drive Faulconer on Chargers signature drive

The San Diego Chargers and the NFL are getting ready to bring the blitz when the team starts its signature drive in hopes of a new stadium.

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Chargers release renderings of their vision for downtown

The Chargers released images Thursday of their concept for a stadium downtown.

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Stadium Watch: Chargers signature drive

Chargers signature drive Chargers signature drive

The Chargers signature drive for a stadium, Convention Center ballot initiative will hit the streets this Saturday at 13th and K Street, the site of the proposed complex.

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Stadium Watch: Thousands attend Chargers rally headlined by Philip Rivers, Roger Goodell and LaDainian Tomlinson

Charger's stadium initiative holds huge rally Charger's stadium initiative holds huge rally

The San Diego Chargers held a pep rally as part of their signature drive for the proposed downtown Convadium. Thousands of fans showed up to the event, held to gather support to qualify the initiative for balloting in November.

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Dean Spanos responds to mayor's concerns with Chargers initiative

Chargers' owner, Dean Spanos, responded Friday night to a letter written by Mayor Kevin Faulconer about concerns he had with the Chargers initiative.

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Chargers fan groups call for boycott of San Diego hotels

Some Chargers fan groups are calling for a boycott of hotels owned by influential hoteliers who oppose a stadium downtown with a convention center annex.

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Stadium Watch: Chargers to submit 100 thousand signature in support of ballot measure

 Next Friday, the Chargers will turn in about 100 thousand signatures, hoping to quality their downtown stadium ballot measure and when the signatures are turned in, it's likely Dean Spanos will be there.

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Stadium Watch: Chargers turn in 100,000-plus signatures to San Diego City Clerk

When the Chargers launched their signature drive in April to get their stadium initiative on the ballot, it was a huge media even with current and former players, Commissioner Roger Goodell and Chargers Chairman, Dean Spanos.

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Privately funded Chargers stadium proposal announced by Carl DeMaio-led group

The Chargers have another alternative to stay in San Diego. A privately funded stadium plan has been announced by former San Diego City Councilman Carl DeMaio and a group of real estate investors that requires no tax hikes and no public subsidies. 

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Supreme Court adds roadblock to Chargers race to November ballot

There's a new development on the stadium front and it's a big one.

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Poll finds Chargers losing fan base, support for Citizens Initiative

A poll conducted in April shows there is little, if any, chance the voters will approve the Chargers Stadium Initiative, even with a 50 percent vote.

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Chargers Initiative Petition passes signature verification

Chargers Initiative clears signature verification Chargers Initiative clears signature verification

The Chargers Initiative Petition signature verification has been completed by the San Diego City Clerk's Office. It contains sufficient signatures to qualify for the ballot. The next will be City Council consideration.

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Anti-Chargers group aims to educate voters on stadium issue

Anti-Chargers group aims to educate voters on stadium issue Anti-Chargers group aims to educate voters on stadium issue

The first organized opposition to increasing taxes for a downtown stadium has sent out letters.

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Taxpayers vs. Chargers

Haney Hong, president of the County Taxpayers Association. Haney Hong, president of the County Taxpayers Association.

The County Taxpayers Association is publicly calling the Chargers to appear before its board later this month and lay out details of their stadium plan.

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Chargers appeal to fans at Fanfest

Chargers appeal at Fanfest Chargers appeal at Fanfest

The Chargers closed out last week's training camp on Saturday with their annual Fanfest.

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No on Chargers Stadium Coalition

No on Chargers Stadium Coalition No on Chargers Stadium Coalition

The coalition opposing the Chargers Initiative has issued an open memo to all San Diegans.

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SD Tourism releases study against Chargers stadium proposal

The Chargers' proposal to build a stadium and convention center annex in downtown San Diego would generate only $2.3 million in additional annual hotel room tax revenue, while costing $67 million a year in public investment

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Chargers release 'Heart of San Diego' video featuring new downtown stadium renderings

The Chargers today released a four-minute video -- narrated by Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Fouts -- showcasing its downtown
stadium and convention annex proposal.

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Stadium Watch: Chargers vs. Chris Cate

The Chargers have gone to social media to push back at opponents of their downtown stadium project.

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Mayor's position on Chargers

Mayor Kevin Faulconer said he will take a position on the Chargers Initiative in the coming weeks, well before the election.

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Special Report: Chargers media campaign to snare voters

Dave Carney and Fred Maas Dave Carney and Fred Maas

The Chargers multi-million dollar campaign to sell their stadium initiative to the voters will begin Thursday.

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Chargers vs. hoteliers

Chargers vs. hoteliers Chargers vs. hoteliers

Mayor Kevin Faulconer is being pressured to publicly state where he stands on the Chargers Stadium Initiative.

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Chargers study details economic impact of proposed stadium

The Chargers released a study Tuesday detailing the expected economic impact of their proposed downtown stadium convention center annex on San Diego if approved by voters in November.  

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Stadium issue gets personal

Stadium issue gets personal Stadium issue gets personal

The campaign for the downtown stadium is taking a negative turn. In recent days, the attacks went from political and financial, to personal.

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Chargers push for 'yes' vote on Measure C

Chargers push for 'yes' vote on Measure C Chargers push for 'yes' vote on Measure C

With three weeks to election day, the Chargers are beginning their push to get out the vote for their stadium initiative.

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Sherman and Ward denounce Measure-C

Council Member Scott Sherman and Chris Ward Council Member Scott Sherman and Chris Ward

A San Diego city council member and a soon-to-be-member joined together at city hall Wednesday to strongly denounce the stadium initiative.

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Downtown San Diego partnership hosts Minnesota stadium expert

Downtown San Diego partnership hosts Minnesota stadium expert Downtown San Diego partnership hosts Minnesota stadium expert

Measure-C was front and center at a morning meeting of local business and civic leaders, along with Chargers officials.

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Attorney addresses legal hurdles facing Brigg's Initiative for new Charger's stadium

Dean Spanos and his stadium point man Fred Maas talked to a group of San Diego business leaders Tuesday evening about moving ahead with a stadium tied to convention center space Downtown. The potential legal challenges of the citizen's initiative, otherwise known as the Briggs Initiative, were detailed for us in a 9-page analysis by attorney Scott Williams of the Seltzer Caplan Law Firm. 

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KUSI SPECIAL: NFL relocates Rams to L.A., Chargers fate still unknown

KUSI SPECIAL: NFL relocates Rams to L.A., Chargers fate still unknown More>>

San Diego Raiders? Could it actually happen?

To many long-time Chargers fans, having to say “San Diego Raiders” out loud would be the unthinkable. They would rather have no team than to have the raiders call San Diego home. The hatred and the rivalry here is deep.

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Rams owner breaks ground on Inglewood stadium site

Despite the NFL owners meeting yet to take place on January 12 and 13, construction has already begun at St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke’s proposed stadium site. Kroenke has broken ground on his 300-acre site in Inglewood, but the question remains if a stadium will ever get built?

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Stadium Watch: What's next for the Chargers?

Stadium Watch: What's next for the Chargers? Stadium Watch: What's next for the Chargers?

It appears San Diego's 50-year history as an NFL city may be coming to an end.

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Mayor rep backs San Diego plan ahead of Wednesday's NFL meetings

Stadium Watch: NFL owners meeting preview Stadium Watch: NFL owners meeting preview

A consultant representing the city and county of San Diego said in a letter to the National Football League made public today that a prospective stadium ballot measure would likely pass because of Mayor Kevin Faulconer's popularity.

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NFL to hold public meeting on Chargers Stadium

The NFL has set a date for a public forum in San Diego, where citizens will have the opportunity to voice their opinions to NFL executives on the proposed new Chargers stadium. More>>

Stadium Watch: NFL owners in New York, not ready to vote

Stadium Watch: NFL owners in New York, not ready to vote Stadium Watch: NFL owners in New York, not ready to vote

The NFL owners are meeting in New York. More>>

Stadium Watch: San Diego not invited to NFL meeting in New York City

For several months, both the Mayor and Supervisor Ron Roberts have said they will present the City's plan to keep the team at the October meeting in New York, but the NFL and Spanos team spokesman Mark Fabiani said the city has not been invited. More>>

Stadium Watch: Options to keep the Chargers

Stadium Watch: Options to keep the Chargers Stadium Watch: Options to keep the Chargers

Nobody knows what the NFL owners will decide on which team, or teams if any, can relocate to Los Angeles in 2016.  More>>

Chargers open 2015 preseason amid stadium issues

In what could be their final season in San Diego, the Chargers were scheduled to open their 2015 season Thursday against the visiting Dallas Cowboys. More>>

Stadium Watch: Does San Diego have a chance against L.A.?

Stadium Watch: Does San Diego have a chance against L.A.? Stadium Watch: Does San Diego have a chance against L.A.?

So after Tuesday's comments by Carmen Policy, what does that mean for San Diego and our relationship with the Chargers? More>>

Chargers stadium negotiators to meet with NFL owners

A group of NFL owners were scheduled to meet Monday with the city and county of San Diego's stadium negotiators as part of their pitch for a new Chargers stadium in San Diego. More>>

Stadium Watch: NFL advises San Diego to move forward with environmental report

San Diego City Council San Diego City Council

The NFL recently advised San Diego to move forward with its accelerated environmental study despite opposition from the Chargers saying it's necessary to remain in consideration for keeping the team. More>>

Stadium Watch: Costs beginning to mount

The city is moving full speed ahead on an environmental impact report for its Chargers stadium proposal and the costs are beginning to mount. More>>

San Diego city reps meet with NFL officials in NYC

Philip Rivers and company Philip Rivers and company

NFL officials will meet with San Diego city reps in New York City Tuesday to discuss building a new stadium for the Chargers in San Diego. More>>

Stadium Impasse: City calls Spanos an 'unwilling partner' during negotiations

The stadium talks collapsed this week with city officials calling Dean Spanos an unwilling partner who simply dismisses the city's plan to get a stadium without proposing alternatives. More>>

Stadium Impasse: What happens now?

Mark Fabiani Mark Fabiani

At Wednesday's news conference, it was clear by the demeanor that the city had taken a punch to the gut and pleaded for the Chargers to return to the negotiating table. More>>

Stadium Watch: Mayor calls out Chargers for endless criticism

Mayor Faulconer Mayor Faulconer

San Diego leaders, in rather strong terms, called out the Chargers Wednesday for not acting in good faith at the negotiating table. More>>

City and county officials, and their negotiating teams, will present proposals directly to the NFL

San Diego Chargers San Diego Chargers

Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced Wednesday that officials, and negotiating teams, of the city and county of San Diego will present proposals for a new stadium directly to the NFL in coming weeks. More>>

Stadium Watch: Can the city negotiate around CEQA?

Negotiations resume Tuesday on a San Diego Charger stadium deal and a major obstacle in the negotiations is the state environmental law known as CEQA, the California Environmental Quality Act. More>>

Stadium Watch: NFL gains momentum in move to L.A.

A team in L.A. would take 25 percent of the Chargers' revenue and fans. And without a stadium deal in San Diego, after 13 years, Carson was an alternative to protect the franchise. More>>

Stadium Watch: Negotiations continue between Mayor and Chargers

Mayor Faulconer Mayor Faulconer

KUSI's Steve Bosh had a chance to sit down with Mayor Kevin Faulconer to talk about negotiations with the Chargers and get a sense of how the talks are going and what the major differences might be. More>>

Stadium Watch: California Environmental Quality act

Stadium latest Stadium latest

The Mayor said a public vote could be available on the stadium issue by December 15, but a major hurdle in the negotiations could delay that critical vote for a year or more. More>>

San Diego officials announce citywide special election for new stadium

San Diego officials announce citywide special election for new stadium San Diego officials announce citywide special election for new stadium

As expected, negotiations continued Monday between the San Diego Chargers and the County and City of San Diego, as the three sides continued to seek a way to agree on a new multi-use stadium. More>>

Stadium Watch: Report to Council

NFL team owners are planning another meeting to talk about the possibility of a team moving to Los Angeles. More>>

Stadium Watch: Negotiations begin

Attorney Bob Ottilie Attorney Bob Ottilie

On Tuesday, the city and the Chargers will being negotiations to build a new $1.1 billion stadium. More>>

New negotiations on Chargers Stadium announced Wednesday

Negotiations begin Tuesday, June 2, between Mayor Kevin Faulconer and Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos More>>

Stadium Watch: Fans versus Chargers

Fans vs. Chargers Fans vs. Chargers

Another option has surfaced to keep the Chargers in San Diego. An anti-trust lawsuit filed by the city of the fans to prevents the team from leaving. More>>

Chargers: San Diego or Carson?

Chargers: San Diego or Carson? Chargers: San Diego or Carson?

Later this year, the NFL expects one team, or possibly two, will file an application to move to Los Angeles. More>>

Stadium Watch: Who will move to Los Angeles?

Stadium Watch May 20 Stadium Watch May 20

The three football teams looking to possibly move to L.A., including the Chargers, updated NFL owners on what's been happening in their home markets at a meeting in San Francisco Wednesday. More>>

Chargers and Raiders complete deal to purchase Carson land

One day after a financing plan for a new Chargers stadium, the Chargers closed a 157-acre land deal in Carson after hiring a heavy hitter to advance their goals for a possible more to Los Angeles.
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CSAG releases its financing plan for a new San Diego Stadium

Erik Bruvold Erik Bruvold

The National University System Institute for Policy Research released an analysis of the Citizens' Stadium Advisory Group's report Tuesday calling it, "realistic, but risky." More>>

Chargers and Raiders hire ex-49er president Policy to boost stadium effort

The San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders made a surprise announcement Monday, hiring former San Francisco 49ers president Carmen Policy to spearhead their joint stadium effort. More>>

Stadium Watch: Stadium Task Force unveils new financing plan

The Citizens Stadium Advisory Group unveiled plans for a 65,000-seat stadium in Mission Valley Monday. More>>

Mayor and City Attorney say negotiations will begin soon

Mayor Faulconer Mayor Faulconer

Mayor Kevin Faulconer said the plan unveiled by the Task Force represents a good framework to start the negotiations between the city of San Diego and the Chargers. More>>

Citizens' Stadium Advisory Group announces $1.33 billion financing plan for Chargers Stadium

An advisory group appointed by Mayor Kevin Faulconer recommended Monday that the Chargers contribute $300 million toward a new $1.33 billion stadium, with the NFL giving $200 million, the city and county $121 million each and personal seat licenses totaling $120 million. More>>

CSAG to announce Chargers stadium finance plan Monday

In a surprise move, Mayor Kevin Faulconer's stadium task force announced that they will reveal their financing plan for a new Chargers stadium Monday afternoon at 1pm. More>>

City of San Diego paid Chargers $3.3 million since 2006

City financial documents show that the Chargers didn't have to pay any money to use Qualcomm Stadium between 2006 and 2013. More>>

Stadium Watch: Mayor's thoughts as deadline looms

Ten days from Monday, consultants and lawyers for the city and the Chargers will begin negotiations on a new stadium. More>>

Stadium Watch: Financial proposal due May 20

The task force is expected to announce its plan to keep the Chargers in less than 2 weeks. More>>

Stadium Watch: Financial plan countdown

The Mayor's Stadium Advisory Committee is hard at work on a financing plan that's due in 19 days for a new Chargers stadium.  More>>

Stadium Watch: Financing Plan

In the Stadium Watch report, a USA Today article strongly suggested the Chargers will follow other major league teams that have left San Diego. More>>

Stadium Watch: New stadium renderings

The Chargers released new renderings for an open air stadium in Carson that's L.A.-centric, but customized for both the Chargers and the Raiders. More>>

Stadium Watch: San Diego vs NFL

Three NFL teams threatening to leave their home cities for Los Angeles appeared before the league's Los Angeles committee in New York. More>>

Stadium Watch: The Race to Los Angeles

In the face to Los Angeles, the Chargers pulled even with the Rams last night when the Carson City Council voted to fast track their joint stadium proposal with the Raiders. More>>

Stadium Watch: NFL warns San Diego to make deal with Chargers

This week, the NFL came to San Diego warning that time is slipping away to get a deal for the city to keep the Chargers and Mission Valley may not be the only option. More>>

Petco vs Chargers

This could be one of the biggest season for the Padres since Petco opened 11 years ago. It wasn't easy, but getting Petco Park built touched off an economic boom that transformed the East end of downtown. More>>

Stadium Watch: Should downtown be reconsidered?

The Stadium Task Force continues to develop a financing plan for Mission Valley which the Chargers believe is unworkable. More>>

New Chargers stadium would cost over $1 billion

The cost of a new professional football stadium in San Diego will likely cost one-billion-dollars, according to a new study from National University. More>>

Board of Supervisors approves city and county Chargers stadium expense deal

The Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the agreement in which city and county of San Diego will split the cost of retaining lawyers and other consultants necessary for a stadium project. More>>

City and County deal to split cost of experts for new Chargers stadium to be reviewed

The County Board of Supervisors and City Council will consider the tentative agreement between the city and county of San Diego to split the cost of retaining lawyers and other consultants necessary for a stadium project on Tuesday. More>>

Chargers pay for Carson economic study

A study released Thursday said the City of Carson will reap substantial economic benefits if a new stadium is built for the Chargers and Raiders. More>>

Councilman Sherman presents new Chargers stadium plan

 Councilman Scott Sherman presented a plan to build a football stadium in San Diego on Wednesday. More>>

Voters will decide Chargers fate

The cost of football stadiums has gone up exponentially in the last 20 years, and stadiums are now in the billion dollar range. More>>

City and county leaders working to keep Chargers in San Diego

The City of San Diego and the county are joining forces in an effort to keep the Chargers from moving to Los Angeles. More>>

City and County to split $250,000 proposal for consultants and attorneys for new Chargers stadium

The County has joined the effort to help get the Chargers a new stadium. More>>

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