Stories for June 9, 2010
Seven El Camino High students and the driver of their school bus were injured today when the vehicle collided with a car on a North County street and toppled over, authorities said.
San Diego voters have spoken and now they'll have to wait. Changes to city government put in place by the passage of the strong mayor initiative won't take effect for more than two years.
Nurses at UC Medical Center in Hillcrest will stage an informational picket tomorrow, after a judge issued a temporary order blocking a planned strike. Nurses want to call attention to what they call serious staffing problems.
Voters in Chula Vista have passed an Initiative that will affect competition for construction jobs in the South Bay
La Jolla Country Day School Band Director William Reed joins us to discuss the musical-opera he wrote and composed. "Affair of Honour," which focuses on the rivalry between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, has been three years in the making and stars both students and professional actors. A final staged reading will take place on June 10 and 11 at 7 p.m. at the Four Flowers Theater at La Jolla Country Day School.
The California Attorney General match-up is all set for November. We're joined on Morning Edition by nonpartisan Sacramento political consultant Leo McElroy.
How has the Hoover Dam affected the development of western cities like San Diego, Los Angeles and Phoenix? We speak to the author of "colossus: Hoover Dam and the Making of the American Century."
Four Christian lawyers have lost their bids to oust four San Diego Superior Court judges.
We'll examine the winners and losers in Tuesday's primary election and what the outcomes mean for San Diego County.
Two incumbents on the San Diego City Council are preparing for new terms... while two other seats are still up for grabs.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors will have to come to terms with a decision by voters to limit how long supervisors can serve.
One of the most contentious statewide ballot measures is still too close to call. Proposition 16 would require two-thirds voter approval to create or expand local public electricity service. Early this morning, the measure was trailing narrowly, 52 percent to 48 percent.