Stories for January 18, 2010
San Diego city’s pension system actuary has come out with a new estimate of what the city will owe its pension fund in 2011.
Nearly 200 Kaiser Permanente employees marked Martin Luther King, Jr. Day by volunteering at the San Diego Food Bank. There was plenty of work to keep them busy.
What's the latest on the relief efforts going on in Haiti? We speak to a representative from a relief organization that is providing aid, and to a local expert on emergency preparedness who has worked in Haiti.
The hottest team in the NFL is out of the playoffs. The San Diego Chargers lost to the New York Jets 17-14 at Qualcomm. Joining us on Morning Edition is North County Times sports columnist Jay Paris.
The California Building Standards Commission has loosened up restrictions on the use of residential graywater systems to help ease the state's water shortage.
El Cajon wants to give its 18-acre Wells Park a makeover and the city needs the public’s ideas to get the job done.
An environmental group is calling for a fee on plastic bags at grocery stores in California. The goal is to encourage the use of reusable bags.