Stories for January 4, 2010
A new state law makes it illegal to put official-looking seals or emblems on letters offering to lower property tax assessments for a fee.
The superintendent of the Fallbrook Union High School District says his North County district is ready to move past a two-year-long campus censorship case.
Seven more Tijuana policemen have been detained for their alleged ties to organized crime. Authorities say the arrests stem from the interrogation of an ex-policeman who was picked up last week.
NOVA joins an exclusive dive beneath the waters of Pearl Harbor to trace new clues to the historic sinking of the USS Arizona. 1,177 crew members perished in the dramatic 1941 sinking of the storied battleship-the greatest loss of life in United States naval history. For decades, it has been thought that the Arizona was brought down by fire from Japanese aircraft. But the discovery of a Japanese "midget sub" displaced from the scene of the battle raises new questions about the Arizona's final hours.
A new report card on the health and well being of children gives California low marks in almost every category. It's the 20th annual report from the non-profit advocacy group Children Now.
The Chargers are on fire. The team won its 11th straight game with a 23-20 win over the Washington Redskins. We speak to Lee "Hacksaw" Hamilton about the Chargers success this season, and the challenges they face in the playoffs.
The New Year is a time for new beginnings and maybe even a clean mental slate for many Americans. Making resolutions can inspire us to aspire to become who we want to be. They are a personal commitment for the year, but how many people actually achieve these goals? Do you make New Year's resolutions?
The San Diego Chargers didn't need much from their starters en route to a 23-20 win at the "Q" on Sunday. North County Times sports columnist Jay Paris gives a playoff forecast for the hottest team in the NFL.
The year ahead promises renewed political activity, with several key races to be fought in the coming San Diego elections.
A national report shows that now more kids are eating free breakfasts at San Diego public schools than ever before.