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Stories for December 31, 2009
A little noticed change in the law will affect landscaping in new housing developments in the coming year.
During the last two months of 2009, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agriculture specialists frequently intercepted a fungal disease, black leaf spot, preventing it from entering Southern California.
An economic analyst with the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) is criticizing a recent CBS "60 Minutes" report on California's water problems.
KPBS Border Reporter Amy Isackson looks at the impact the Tijuana drug cartels have made on both sides of the border through the past year.
KPBS Investigative Reporter and Envision Host Joanne Faryon examines how the food we eat impacts our health, economy, and environment.
KPBS Environment Reporter Ed Joyce predicts severe water shortages to come in 2010 after the fourth straight year of drought.
KPBS Health Reporters Tom Fudge and Kenny Goldberg examine the top health stories this year, such as health care reform and the swine flu epidemic.
KPBS Education Reporter Ana Tintocalis examines the impact of hundreds of millions of dollars being cut from school districts in San Diego County.
KPBS Senior Metro Reporter Alison St John and KPBS Metro Reporter Katie Orr talk about the most important stories they've covered this year.
Free bus rides and police checkpoints will be part of the effort to insure San Diegans don't drink and drive this New Year's Eve.
The business world has been rocked by one scandal after another in the past decade. From Bernie Ebbers to Bernie Madoff, it's been a confusing and angry time for investors.
San Diego is one of the few housing markets nationwide that has seen some price increases in recent months. But experts are cautious about what next year may bring.
Prominent San Diego Republicans want a federal judge to grant an injunction overturning campaign finance restrictions on next year’s City Council elections.
You can listen to my Top Ten picks or read the complete best and worst of 2009.