Stories for September 2, 2009
UC San Diego is part of a partnership that is working to construct a network of ocean observation systems.
Seventy-nine percent of San Diego Unified 10th graders passed the English portion of the 2009 California High School Exit Exam, while 81 percent passed the math section, up slightly from the previous year, state education officials announced today.
The California State Senate is considering a measure that would require all health insurance plans to include maternity coverage. The assembly has already approved the bill.
San Diego Firefighters say they’re prepared for the fall wildfire season and they’re telling the public to be ready as well. The wildfires burning in Los Angeles are a reminder of how destructive a large blaze can be.
The Cleveland National Forest is elevating its fire use restriction level from "very high" to "extreme" Thursday morning. The ongoing drought and fires in other parts of California prompted the move.
People hoping to making donations to benefit victims of the Southern California wildfires should beware of "sham charities" that often arise to take advantage of major disasters.
How can you tell if a family member is showing early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease? And, what's the best way to talk about what your seeing with the affected person? We speak to Dr. Jack Schim about why it is important to identify dementia and Alzheimer's early.
Gas prices in San Diego County still hover around $3 a gallon. We're joined on Morning Edition by Phil Flynn, Senior Market Analyst at PFG Best Research in Chicago, and a Fox Business News contributor.
An opponent of a Carlsbad desalination project is blasting a California assembly bill that would give Poseidon Resources more time to build the plant.