Stories for November 17, 2009
An absence hotline at a Poway elementary school is helping campus officials identify student health problems before they get out-of-control.
Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute has decided to delay a planned offshore aquaculture demonstration in ocean waters off the San Diego coast.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says Imperial County has met the federal standard for ozone levels for the first time. Less ozone means fewer health problems for people living there.
The Ronald McDonald House is a haven for families who have seriously ill children. We take a look at how this building is helping the community.
Before the summit in Beijing Tuesday, President Obama had met several times with his Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao. But making his first presidential trip to Asia, this is Obama's first contact with people in China, and he did not received the rock star reception that has greeted him in other regions such as Europe.
November marks the 20th anniversary of the "Velvet Revolution" in Czechoslovakia, which led to the downfall of Communism. We speak with a local resident about her life during this time.
What's going to happen to local real estate prices in 2010? We discuss the latest on the local real estate market with broker Matt Battiata, and talk about the wave of foreclosures that's expected to happen next year.
The Thanksgiving holiday has been the basis for some unusual lawsuits. These Days Legal Analyst Dan Eaton examines Thanksgiving in court.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger says California is still struggling with generating revenue, and more budget cuts are on the way next summer.
San Diego City Council will decide today whether to offer to be a host city, if the United States wins a bid to host the World Soccer Cup in 2018 or 2022.