Stories for December 1, 2010
San Diego is buzzing again about the possibility of the Chargers relocating to Los Angeles. The speculation was spurred by a report, which the Chargers deny, that an LA entrepreneur Phil Anschutz was set to buy 35 percent of the team.
Residents living in San Diego's inner city say the grief and anger over gang-related homicides never completely goes away. In fact, the families who've lost loved ones say they often suffer from ongoing post traumatic stress disorder and severe depression. The San Diego Compassion Project is helping families in the grieving process.
San Diego schools have voted to rein in aggressive military and college recruiters. The school board voted Tuesday night for a policy that allows recruiters to visit high school campuses twice each school year.
The San Diego Chargers today were denying an Internet rumor that Los Angeles entrepreneur Phil Anschutz "has or will purchase" a 35 percent stake in the team.
A San Diego County house where a man was operating a virtual bomb factory is so full of dangerous explosive material that it must be burned down, authorities said at a town hall meeting Tuesday night.
Next week supporters of a deal to sell the state-owned Del Mar Fairgrounds to the city of Del Mar will try again to close the deal in the state legislature. A special session of the legislature has been called to address California's budget deficit and it's an opportunity to re-introduce legislation about the sale. Joining us to examine the issues and complexities involved in a potential sale of the fairgrounds is KPBS Political Correspondent Gloria Penner.
San Diego's clean technology trade group is now part of a worldwide organization that seeks to expand opportunities for the growing sector. An event Tuesday night at the University of San Diego marked the new partnership.
San Diego is marking World AIDS Day with art exhibits, special ceremonies, and free HIV testing at a number of locations. More than 7,000 San Diegans have died from AIDS since the epidemic began.