Stories for June 3, 2010
San Diego city councilwoman Donna Frye says the strong mayor form of government is costing San Diego more money and cutting access to the Mayor.
"Diane Warren: Love Songs" features Grammy-winning and Platinum-selling guest artists Gloria Estefan, Eric Benét and LeAnn Rimes and others performing some of Warren’s biggest hits. There are also special appearances by other superstars such as Celine Dion. "Diane Warren: Love Songs" is also the world premiere of Warren’s new musical project Due Voci (Two Voices) featuring international singing sensations Kelly Levesque and Tyler Hamilton.
The San Diego Unified School District Board of Education began its first round of interviews today in its search for a new superintendent.
Earl Warren Middle School eighth-grader Alex B.Kahng was eliminated today from the 83rd Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C.
4TROOPS is a new pop vocal group made up of United States combat veterans who served on the front lines in Iraq and Afghanistan. Their new concert special, filmed aboard the "USS Intrepid," features the group performing standards like “Amazing Grace,” pop hits like “You Raise Me Up” and new gems, including 4TROOPS’ own “For Freedom.”
The 2010 census count is expected to wrap up by July. Now the final door-to-door march is on to reach those who haven't been counted.
A magnitude 4.1 earthquake hit Ocotillo, California at 11:10 a.m., according to the United States Geological Service.
Are temper tantrums a sign of trouble? Local experts discuss what causes temper tantrums, and when parents should be concerned.
Is your teenager depressed or just moody? How can you tell? Local experts discuss the differences.
What's a border? We'll explore one of the least understood and most debated regions of the country - the border between the U.S. and Mexico - and how an artificial border impacts culture and politics.
Wine, cheese, chocolate and surf. A perfect weekend in San Diego. Here to tell us all about it is Barbarella from the San Diego Reader.
The San Diego County Grand Jury finds there is a lot of fraud, waste and abuse in the San Diego Unified School District. The panel found some school officials are raiding the coffers of Associated Student Body groups at their campuses.