Stories for August 27, 2009
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is urging state lawmakers to change key education laws so California can secure more stimulus spending. He visited the Chula Vista Learning Community Charter School to get his message across.
Scientists at San Diego's Burnham Institute say they've found a new and valuable target in the hunt for deadly bacteria.
It might be easier than ever to drive and maintain an electric car in San Diego. We chat with experts about the benefits of going electric.
Following Dreams is a documentary that looks at the lives of people whose pursuit of happiness has led them down unconventional paths. We speak with the director of the film and a "dreamer" who says he's the "luckiest man alive."
Sixteen people allegedly tied to Mexico's Sinaloa Drug Cartel have been indicted in Imperial County. The group supposedly trafficked hundreds of pounds of drugs into the United States.
The California Nurses Association says many hospitals aren't prepared for an outbreak of swine flu. The nurses union says a number of hospitals don't have the proper masks to protect staff.
A San Diego community group is continuing to draw attention to how few people take advantage of the county’s food stamp program. The group thinks more can be done despite recent changes to the program.