Stories for February 23, 2010
A federal immigration judge in San Diego has dismissed a case that sought to deport three San Diego teenagers for being in the country illegally.
San Diego Superior Court today held its first session of Behavioral Health Court, which is a new way to deal with criminals who are mentally ill.
San Diego County Supervisors have taken a position against union supported Project Labor Agreements. However they decided not to put the controversial issue on the ballot.
The City Council today unanimously authorized the San Diego Housing Commission to acquire a 130-room downtown hotel to be preserved as affordable housing for low-income seniors.
Advocates for customers are urging California regulators to reject a proposed $29 million rate increase to cover San Diego Gas & Electric's increased fire insurance costs.
As part of a pilot program, nine San Diego police officers today began wearing camera-equipped headsets that will record the sights and sounds of their interactions with the public.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors today altered the juvenile curfew law for unincorporated areas, requiring that youngsters be home by 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
The head of Toyota's U.S. operations told a House panel Tuesday that electronic controls were not an issue in the sudden acceleration of vehicles that led to a massive recall, despite criticism from lawmakers and emotional testimony from a Tennessee woman about a harrowing six-mile ride in a runaway Lexus.
We'll look at the changing nature of psychotherapy and the balancing act between medication and talk therapy to treating mental health issues.
People in Coronado will vote this June on a ballot measure to improve traffic flow on the island. The idea of a tunnel has been under review for years, but not everyone wants it. We spoke with Jim Benson, interim city manager for the city of Coronado, about the tunnel.
State lawmakers are ready to continue work on an emergency budget fix Tuesday. We're joined on Morning Edition by nonpartisan Sacramento political consultant Leo McElroy.
As part of Envision San Diego, we take a look at the fall out of the biggest tax revolt in California history - the passage of Prop 13 in 1978.
Pres. Obama's deadline of August, 2010, to remove combat troops from Iraq is fast approaching. We'll talk about U.S. Iraqi policy and the impact on local Iraqi-American communities.
There is a growing body of research connecting happiness to volunteerism and contributing to something that is bigger than yourself. In many cases, that means giving to charitable organizations. We discuss why people give and what draws us to give to one group over another.
In 1978 disco was king, Jerry Brown was Governor, and the people ruled. They voted 2-to-1 in favor of Proposition 13, rolling back property taxes.
The Navy will hold the first of two public meetings tonight, on plans to expand training activities along the Silver Strand.