Stories for January 27, 2010
Mexican consular officials in San Diego say the child's body found Wednesday afternoon at the border near Border Field State Park is not one of the two Tijuana children who remain missing after last week's rains.
Mortgage default notices for California homeowners fell 24 percent during the fourth quarter, suggesting the worst might be over for foreclosures in entry-level markets while problems spread to pricier neighborhoods, a research firm said Wednesday.
There's still no formal plan for building a proposed San Diego Chargers stadium downtown, but redevelopment officials are learning about some of the options for financing a project.
State regulators have penalized three San Diego County hospitals for actions that put patients in danger. Sharp Grossmont, Sharp Memorial and UCSD Medical Center have been fined $50,000 each.
San Diego Unified school district officials are getting slapped with penalties for having larger class sizes. They're hoping new legislation will help them avoid the fines.
Go behind the scenes with the year’s best reporters in "Telling The Truth: The Best In Broadcast Journalism." Get the inside story on award-winning reporting in interviews with the 2010 winners of the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards in broadcast journalism. Learn how reporters and producers uncover injustice, outsmart a blizzard of spin and, in some cases, put their lives on the line to bring the most important stories to light.
U.S. officials say the gangs are based in North County, Barrio Logan and Lemon Grove. The arrests are part of a nationwide crackdown on transnational gangs.
A new research study from University of San Diego shows that almost 90% of San Diego non-profits report that the economy has had a negative impact on their organization and that they are forced to do more with less.
Are you having trouble with that new puppy you got for Christmas? We speak to a local dog trainer, and a local vet about what you can do to improve the behavior of a new pet. And, we give tips about the behaviors you should look out for when looking for a new dog or cat.
A Portland, Oregon-based company wants to build a wind farm in Southeastern San Diego County. The location for the proposed farm is just north of Interstate 8 and the town of Boulevard - next to an existing wind farm in Campo. We discuss whether the Tule Wind Project and other proposed energy projects are a good fit for the community.
President Barack Obama delivers his first official State of the Union address tonight. KPBS political correspondent Gloria Penner will discuss the issues and topics that will be at the top of his agenda.
San Diego Unified School District says there may be enough public support to place a parcel tax on the November ballot. The money could be spent on programs, services or positions.
The San Diego Unified School Board decided Tuesday evening how they’re going to pick a new superintendent and when it should be done.
President Obama delivers his first official State of the Union address Wednesday night to an increasingly skeptical and divided national audience. It's a far different reality from the one he faced a year ago, when he gave his first major speech as president while riding stratospheric approval ratings.
The 2010 Census operation is shifting into high gear in San Diego County. Four regional offices are open around San Diego County -- downtown, Chula Vista, El Cajon and Escondido.
Four of San Diego's Scripps Hospitals have been rated in the top five percent in the country for clinical excellence. The latest report from the independent ratings firm HealthGrades gives 269 hospitals that distinction nationwide.