Amanda Rhoades, Voice of San Diego

Amanda Rhoades

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Past articles by Amanda:

Activist Group Says No Progress Made on Threat Investigation

It’s been four months since United Against Police Terror received a hateful email that it says was traced back to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, but it remains unclear what, if any, results have come from the department’s internal investigation. → Read More

San Diego Explained: Midway Police Shooting Video Still Isn't Public

Voice of San Diego’s Liam Dillon and NBC’s Monica Dean explain why the local media has filed a lawsuit to ask a judge to allow the release of video footage of a recent police shooting. → Read More

VOSD Podcast: Why the NFL Is Broken and Kersey's Bill Won't Fix Our Infrastructure Mess

It looks like San Diego’s infrastructure debt could get put off once again and left to future politicians to manage. And with money the city doesn’t even have yet. City Councilman Mark Kersey recently released a plan to deal with the city’s infrastructure problem, but as Voice of San Diego’s Liam Dillon reported, the plan … → Read More

San Diego Explained: Rethinking the Hotel Tax

NBC's Monica Dean and Voice of San Diego's Scott Lewis delve deep into the hotel tax, a new proposal to overhaul it and what it will take to get voters to approve it on this week's San Diego Explained. → Read More

San Diego Explained: Watching the Watchers of Millions of Taxpayer Dollars

Andrew Berg protects how school bonds are spent, but he also lobbies for electricians. → Read More

What's That Lot: A 'Vertical Power Center' That Never Got Off the Ground

Developer Merlone Geier announced plans to build on a lot at Commercial Street and National Avenue near Petco Park in 2008, but the lot still sits empty. → Read More

VOSD Podcast: What Happened When Seattle Police Made Police Body Camera Footage Public

The Seattle Police Department's Mike Wagers weighs in on making footage public and Andrew Keatts announces his hatred for breakfast burritos. → Read More

San Diego Explained: Improving the Worst-Ranked Transit System in the State

San Diego has one of the worst public transit systems in the state. Though city officials have a plan to fix that, some worry that it may not be enough. → Read More

VOSD Podcast: How Chris Cate's Helping Beerimar

Councilman Chris Cate talks about beer week, making the city more brewery-friendly and why he wants his district to be known as the beer belt. → Read More

San Diego Explained: City Code Enforcement Continues to Lag

Voice of San Diego’s Andrew Keatts and NBC 7’s Monica Dean dig into some of the issues the code enforcement division has been having and how that affects the city. → Read More

San Diego Explained: The Promise of Police Body Cameras

NBC 7's Monica Dean and Voice of San Diego's Liam Dillon discuss which police are already using body cameras and what you need to know about them. → Read More

VOSD Podcast: Making Fun of Stadium Videos on the Scariest Podcast Ever

CityBeat’s Ryan Bradford joins the podcast this week to get us in the Halloween spirit by talking about his book “Horror Business,” a sweaty pagan pride festival and the reason people are attracted to fear. Also on this week’s podcast, Voice of San Diego’s Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts dissect the latest stadium video that […] → Read More

VOSD Podcast: The Best CEQA Show Ever

Cory Briggs explains his complicated new ballot measure on this week's podcast. → Read More

San Diego Explained: Imperial County's Solar Boom

Voice of San Diego's Lisa Halverstadt and NBC 7’s Monica Dean explore the solar explosion happening in Imperial County in this week’s San Diego Explained. → Read More