Stories for August 15, 2011
Cal Fire San Diego says there has been an increase in fires caused by target or recreational shooting across San Diego County.
A new effort is underway to crackdown on violence against women south of the border.
Michael Feinstein, the multi-platinum selling, five-time Grammy-nominated singer, pianist and musical anthropologist, guides viewers on a musical exploration of how Sinatra affected his contemporaries and how they, in turn, affected him. Backed by a 32-piece Big Band, Feinstein conjures up the biggest musical legends of that golden era using their extraordinary music, spiced with intimate stories about their larger-than-life personalities.
Amazon.com is pushing to overturn a California law requiring the firm to collect sales tax on internet purchases from California consumers.
San Diego Unified students improved their standardized test scores in 2011. The results were released by the state Department of Education today.
A controversial wildfire fee passed by the state legislature to help balance the budget could be up for discussion again this week. But legislators may not be able to modify the measure to allow the money to be used for fire protection.
New research reveals the risk of a child developing autism is much higher if they have an older sibling with the disorder. The study was conducted in San Diego and 12 other cities worldwide.
During an era of budget cuts and stricter immigration enforcement, many immigrants wonder whether getting public assistance can affect their ability to stay in the U.S.