Stories for November 15, 2010
Federal investigators say one out of three teenage girls living on the streets will be lured into prostitution within 48 hours of leaving home. Many of those young girls fall prey to street gangs. As part of our series, San Diego Gang Stories, we take a look at how prostitution is the new drug for San Diego gang members.
An Oceanside man who blogged about a confrontation with transit officials at the San Diego airport could be slapped with a civil penalty of up to $11,000 for violating federal law, a Transportation Security Administration official said today.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is kicking off his third Global Climate summit today at the University of California at Davis.
We'll hear about a long-time community farm in Southeastern San Diego that is caught up in red tape.
A driver who slammed into a group of motorcycle riders, killing four of them and his companion, has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, and police are looking for another driver who may have triggered the crash.
The Alzheimer's Disease Research Center at UC San Diego is offering free memory screenings on Tuesday. The event targets older adults concerned about memory loss.
Local small businesses will have something to smile about very soon, thanks to a $1 billion airport-expansion project.