Stories for April 20, 2009
Captain Hammer from Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog was in Oceanside this weekend while Balboa Park hosted Earth Day, 2009. Here are some goodies from cameras far and wide...including an excellent sports shot.
Cancer has overtaken heart disease as the leading cause of death among San Diego County residents, it was announced today.
Coronado officials looking to raise money for a proposed tunnel and other projects aimed at easing traffic congestion are considering charging a toll that could take the cost of a round trip across the San Diego-Coronado Bridge to $10.
As Americans celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day this week, more and more San Diegans are turning their green thumbs to the garden. We'll talk about easy and sustainable ways to get an edible garden started and the benefits to you, your family and the earth from growing your own food.
What role do the oceans play in sustaining life on Earth? How have humans altered the oceans and will they, and us, survive? We'll talk with ocean expert Paul Falkowski about the once and future oceans.
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Is justice blind? Not according to Former U.S. Attorney for New Mexico, David Iglesias. He'll talk about why he and seven other prosecutors were fired by the Bush administration.
Bike riders, runners and skaters turned out this weekend to celebrate the opening of a new bike trail in Imperial Beach.
A bill to make it easier to get concealed weapons permits in California is stirring up controversy at the state capitol.
California is sweltering under summer-like temperatures. Record heat is forecast statewide again Monday.