Stories for August 10, 2009
Scientists at the University of California, San Diego have devised a software program that once again challenges assumptions that electronic voting machines can be made secure.
Customs and Border Protections officials say a new boat that's faster and has cameras could help agents intercept more smugglers at sea. Customs officers completed their week-long test drive of the vessel Monday.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has pulled out of the National Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas.
An astronaut raised in Lakeside will be at the helm of the shuttle Discovery when it blasts off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in two weeks, it was announced today. Rick Sturckow, a veteran of three previous space flights, will command Discovery's 13-day mission to the International Space Station, according to NASA.
Food is a vital part of life, but sometimes, a favorite meal can be so good, that we remember everything about it. As part of our monthly Food Hour, we'll recount memorable meals in San Diego and around the globe.
Thousands of San Diego Charger fans packed Qualcomm Stadium this weekend. We're joined on Morning Edition by North County Times sports Columnist Jay Paris.
San Diego will be one of the testing locations for a plug-in electric vehicle charging device. San Diego Gas and Electric and the company that has developed the device will unveil a prototype during a conference that starts Monday in Long Beach. It's part of making San Diego plug-in ready.
Despite the recent removal of some iconic eucalyptus trees in Scripps Ranch most of the trees that remain will be spared the woodsman’s ax.
San Diego schools with the largest numbers of disadvantaged students will benefit from an extra $32 million in federal economic stimulus money over the next two years.