Stories for September 29, 2010
San Diegans could see neighborhood libraries and recreation centers closed permanently in 2012. Those are just a few of the measures proposed to close the $72 million budget gap the city expects to face.
San Diego County had excellent water quality at beaches this summer. But the group that issues the Beach Report Card is worried about the loss of state funding for routine testing in 2011.
Thirteen new cases of whooping cough in children around San Diego County were reported this week as the epidemic continues to grow, county health officials announced today.
U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer and Republican challenger Carly Fiorina face off in their second debate at 1 p.m.
The pilot and sole occupant of an ultralight aircraft escaped with minor injuries today when the aircraft crashed into a batting cage during an emergency landing behind an East County middle school.
The San Diego Padres are facing an uphill battle if they want to make the post-season. They lost to the Chicago Cubs 5-2 last night at Petco Park.
Households in San Diego saw their incomes decrease for a second year in 2009. New data from the Census Bureau shows more county families slipped below the poverty level.
California gubernatorial candidates Meg Whitman and Jerry Brown squared off for their first debate last night. We discuss what was learned about each candidate last night, and the key issues that will decide the race for governor.
As evidence of climate change increases, scientists are beginning to focus on "geo-engineering" technologies to mitigate potential climate catastrophes. As part of our monthly series on Ethics in Science and Technology, we'll explore how researchers think they may be able to manipulate the climate and whether they should.