Stories for April 14, 2011
A San Diego Police Department sergeant accused of stalking and harassing a female colleague is one of five members of the agency facing allegations of criminal conduct.
A quick response by firefighters kept a blaze on a fighter aircraft aboard the San Diego-based aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson from getting out of hand in the Arabian Gulf, Navy officials said today.
Join host Elsa Sevilla and learn how Mexican land grants were given to the retired Spanish soldiers from the Presidio, American settlers and the affluent Californio families, like the Carillos, Bandinis, Estudillos, Silvas and many others. Hear the stories from descendants of the Carillo and Fitch families still living in San Diego.
Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher and State Senator Christine Kehoe look back at the budget process which led to a legislative stalemate and the possibility of an all-cuts budget after three months of negotiations between Governor Jerry Brown and the California Assembly over how to close a $15.4 billion dollar budget deficit broke down.
San Diego County Supervisors approved dozens of minor changes to the proposed general plan. But they stuck to the underlying principles of balanced growth aimed at limiting traffic congestion, cutting greenhouse gases and reducing the need to build new roads and fire stations.
When it comes to eating out, San Diegans have more food options than ever before, and not all involve stepping into a restaurant.