Stories for September 21, 2010
San Diego County law enforcement authorities are asking people to clean out their medicine cabinets to help prevent prescription drug abuse.
This documentary is a behind-the-scenes experience of the most prestigious piano contest in the world. Twenty-nine of the world’s best young pianists hailing from fourteen countries converged in Fort Worth for a once-in-a-lifetime chance at the coveted gold medal in the Thirteenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.
A University of San Diego research center study shows passing Proposition 23 would keep California from reaching its target date to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
A push to build a permanent homeless services center downtown, and carry out other projects to get people off the street, may be under way. But that hasn’t saved City Council from its annual fight over where to locate a temporary winter homeless shelter.
As the location of a new winter shelter is debated, we discuss the people who make up San Diego's homeless. Each year at this time, the San Diego City Council debates where this year's temporary winter homeless shelter should be located. We'll hear what's being proposed and get a glimpse at the diverse backgrounds and needs of San Diego's homeless.
California is already setting records on a late budget and legislative leaders aren't even meeting.
A new study is challenging the conventional wisdom about immigrant labor in the U.S. When it comes to the economy and job skills, immigrants in San Diego and in the rest of California are faring better.