Stories for December 7, 2009
A nonpartisan public policy group study shows that myths about California's water problems and their solutions are hindering the development of policies to manage water use.
The sleek, bullet-shaped spacecraft is about the size of a large business jet - with wide windows and seats for six well-heeled passengers to take a ride into space.
For the first time since anyone can remember, state lawmakers and other elected officials are getting a pay cut, starting Monday.
Tijuana River Valley residents say the new border fence is blocking drainage channels. Residents say rain is washing dirt from the new fence project into flood channels.
San Diego Chargers extend their longest winning streak in three years to seven straight games. Joining us on Morning Edition is North County Times sports columnist Jay Paris.
Predator drones may soon be scanning U.S. waters for smugglers. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection says it's buying two Predator B aircraft for sea patrols
We put a face on what it's like to be homeless through the personal experience of a San Diego journalist.
A strong autumn storm hit the region today, bringing widespread downpours, strong winds and mountain snow while ushering in some typical rainy-day commuter chaos on local roads.
In a follow-up to our special series Border Battle, we look at how the war against Tijuana's drug cartels is going, and why the police chief is a prime target of the drug lords.
What can be done to reduce San Diego's carbon footprint? Should policies be implemented to make our environmental goals a reality? We speak to the authors of a recent report that recommends policy changes for local buildings and transportation.
San Diego City Council’s independent budget analyst, or IBA, has looked at the mayor’s proposed budget cuts, and will present her recommendations to the council on Tuesday.
Construction will begin on San Diego's stem cell center this week, now that financing is in place.