Stories for November 30, 2009
The State of California has still not followed a federal judge's order to stop cuts to an in-home care program for the elderly and disabled. Judge Claudia Wilken cited the state two weeks ago for contempt.
San Diego County public school students posted slight gains on a state physical fitness test compared to last year, but the majority are still considered out-of-shape.
Scientists from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography plan to present their latest research at the Copenhagen Climate Change Summit.
Government officials overseeing the construction of a "virtual fence" along the 2,000-mile U.S.-Mexico border hope to turn over the first segment to the Border Patrol in January, while beginning construction on a second stretch in coming weeks.
The San Diego Chargers are one of the hottest teams in the NFL. Joining us on Morning Edition is North County Times sports columnist Jay Paris.
President Obama is expected to outline his plan for the war in Afghanistan Tuesday night. We speak to NPR White House correspondent Scott Horsley on the president's options for the war, the health care debate and a jobs.
What happens to a foster teen when he or she turns 18 and is let out of the system? We speak to members of a local foster care organization.
A study of large urban areas in the U.S. shows immigrants make up 28 percent of the San Diego workforce.