Stories for November 24, 2009
The city of San Diego won’t lose any sworn police officers or close any libraries under the mayor’s suggested budget proposal for the next 18 months. However, the plan relies on improved revenues in 2011 to avoid deeper cuts later.
An increasing number of San Diego County colleges and universities are developing biotechnology education programs in hopes of developing more local scientists and workers.
Despite new federal safety standards, many toys on store shelves could pose a hazard to children. The California Public Interest Research Group has released its 24th annual Trouble in Toyland report.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger introduced his choice for lieutenant governor, Sen. Abel Maldonado, to the public today in East Los Angeles.
Are you hosting Thanksgiving this year? Will 20 relatives be roaming around your house waiting to taste the turkey or the pumpkin pie? Well we have two of San Diego's premiere chefs in studio to answer your cooking questions and put any hosting anxieties to rest. We'll talk turkey, stuffing, gravy, potatoes and pie today on These Days.
An update on Swine Flu in San Diego County. County of San Diego Public Health Officer, Dr. Wilma Wooten, joins us in studio to talk about the availability of the vaccine, what you can do to prevent infection and what people should do if they suspect they have the flu.
A UC San Diego scientist says climate change is accelerating beyond expectations. A new report calls for a rapid reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
We’re familiar with big corporations like Petco, Qualcomm and Cricket Wireless that buy the naming rights to sports and entertainment venues. But now these deals are beginning to infiltrate public education. The San Diego County Office of Education is looking for corporate sponsors to keep its extracurricular programs alive.