Stories for April 5, 2010
San Diego roads and buildings appear to have sustained relatively little damage from Sunday's earthquake. Seismic engineers say current building codes protect newer structures from the kind of shaking experienced here, but older structures are vulnerable.
After San Diego residents along the coastline complained of faulty garage door openers and car alarm technology gone amok, the U.S. Navy issued a statement neither claiming nor denying responsibility, but they did offer an explanation.
Spring Training is over and the San Diego Padres get their season started later today. But who is helping them stay healthy?
A LA Congressman wants the U.S. Forest Service to reconsider how it fights fires on its land. Right now the service doesn’t allow nighttime aerial water drops on wildfires. The city of San Diego started using the practice years ago.
UC San Diego officials say thousands of their students will benefit from financial aid reform thanks to President Barack Obama's health care bill. Tucked inside his health care bill was significant financial aid reform.