Stories for February 17, 2010
The Baja California Attorney General's office is assisting the San Diego County Sheriff in the effort to locate a missing Bonsall couple and their two young children.
San Diego County ranks 15th among California's 58 counties in terms of the overall health of its residents.
A new analysis finds the governor's budget would cause most disabled seniors to lose the services that allow them to live independently. The UCLA Center for Health Policy Research says about a half million seniors would be affected statewide.
The Navy breaks ground today on the first of several new child development centers for the families of active duty military personnel.
The author of a new book about the process of explaining science to the public says the notion that scientists are unattractive and geeky is a corrosive myth.
Jeff Wong and Erin Martin have surely created the next web video craze with a save-the-date wedding announcement that would make any pop culture fan proud.
How do you bridge science and society? That's the theme of the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science which is taking place in San Diego this week.
Warren St. John, author of "Outcasts United," joins us to talk about his experience in a small town in Georgia with a soccer team made up of refugees from around the world. It's not just a story about soccer.
Is a "ghost in the machine" creating an intermittent failure of Toyota's complex electronics? How difficult is it to find and repair such a glitch? How will the next generation of electronics improve on the systems in use today?