Stories for May 27, 2010
Baja California officials have failed to convince the chancellor of the California State University system to allow students and faculty to study in Tijuana. A Cal State spokeswoman said the U.S. State Department would have to change its warning.
The San Diego County Grand Jury wants 70 government agencies around the county to do more to prevent fraud and abuse within their organizations
Coopers Beach, in the Hamptons, ranked first, but San Diego's own Coronado Beach scored third in the national list compiled at Florida International University's Laboratory for Coastal Research.
The Senate Armed Services Committee has voted to repeal the 1993 law known as "don't ask, don't tell" and allow gays to serve openly in the military.
Many people in San Diego's gay community are waiting to see whether Congress will repeal the military's Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy. A retired army colonel in San Diego says it's time to do away with the policy.
Local drug treatment providers are speaking out against Governor Schwarzenegger's proposed budget. Providers say his plan to save money by eliminating drug treatment would be catastrophic.
The start-and-stop span - 646 miles long - has become a fierce polemic, a bumper sticker, a popular backdrop for campaign commercials during an election year with another sulfurous immigration debate.
Retired Navy Lt. John Finn, the oldest Medal of Honor recipient from World War II, has died at his Southern California home. Navy Lt. Aaron Kakiel says Finn died early Thursday on his ranch near Live Oak Springs, where he lived for more than 50 years.
We'll talk about the latest in dining and theater here in San Diego. From a new restaurant by the folks from The Linkery, to a new play about surfing by a Del Mar playwright, our restaurant and theater experts can help you plan for your summer nights out.
San Diego law enforcement will participate in the statewide crackdown on seatbelt scofflaws called Click It or Ticket starting Monday, which is Memorial Day.
The spirit of summer starts to take hold every Memorial Day weekend and Culture Lust has plenty of ideas for how you can celebrate, arts and culture style.
Will San Diego ever get a permanent shelter for the homeless? We'll look steps the city is taking to make the shelter a reality.
Facebook, the world's most popular social networking site, is in trouble with some members of Congress for sharing users' personal information. Data mining is big business. Is it too late to stop it?
What can our state government do to help improve community health, and fight against childhood obesity? We speak to Dr. Loel Solomon about his work with state and national lawmakers to address the childhood obesity epidemic.
This weekend you can choose between two kinds of horror films: "Sex and the City" (opening May 27 throughout San Diego) and "Survival of the Dead" (opening May 28 at Landmark's Ken Cinema). But only one really scares me.
Some people who live in Carlsbad suspect that toxins in the ground, water and air are causing cancer and other illnesses. Desperate for answers, they’re calling for environmental tests.