Stories for March 4, 2010
Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms officials say they see a pattern of gun smuggling from Nevada, through California and south across San Diego's border to Mexico.
A federal appeals court decision could make it tougher for state lawmakers to make cuts to the Medi-Cal program. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the state can't make cuts in federally-required programs just to save money.
Opponents of California's greenhouse gas emissions law are trying to qualify an initiative for the November ballot that would delay implementation of the law.
A June ballot measure that would convert Oceanside into a charter city was endorsed today by the San Diego County Taxpayers Association, which said it would allow the city to bypass union-friendly laws.
California has been shut out for the first round of a $4.3 billion school-funding competition promoted by the Obama administration.
Tijuana-born artist Hugo Crosthwaite gives visitors a look at the fragility and beauty of humanity in his solo exhibition, Brutal Beauty: Drawings by Hugo Crosthwaite at The San Diego Museum of Art. He discusses what influences him as an artist on These Days.
A class on cheese, an exhibit for women surfers and the Blind Boys of Alabama are all on the docket for this weekend. We'll talk with two San Diego insiders to get their picks for what to do this weekend.
The 21-st annual Women's Resource Fair is aimed at giving low-income, abused, homeless or recovering women the information they need to move ahead in life. Free services and resources are being offered by more than 70 organizations all day Saturday at San Diego's Golden Hall.