Stories for April 28, 2011
A new report shows the majority of home sales in San Diego County this year were considered distressed properties.
San Diego's index of leading economic indicators was up last month and that means the value of the index has not fallen for two straight years.
The Veterans Center at San Diego State University was renamed today for Joan and Art Barron, who donated $1 million to create an endowment and fund its operations.
Crime rates in San Diego County, including for murder, reached 30-year lows in 2010, according to a study released Thursday.
You've heard of the carbon tax. What about a carbon charge?
Federal authorities have indicted 38 people in gang-run prostitution ring in Oceanside. U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy called the operation "modern-day slavery." We'll find out why teen prostitution has been called a growing problem across the country.
The news that Apple has been tracking iPhone locations is a reminder that we don't always know what our smart phones are doing. We'll get a preview of the next Ethics in Science and Technology forum called WHO OWNS YOUR CELLPHONE?