Stories for August 30, 2011
California is a step closer to banning the chemical known as BPA in some baby products.
A Border Patrol agent was airlifted to a hospital this afternoon after his vehicle struck a truck containing a mother and her three children, who were unhurt, authorities said.
A new United Nations report is critical of California. The report states the goal of universal access to clean water has “yet to be attained” in parts of the San Joaquin Valley.
What do taxes and STD’s have in common? California Governor Jerry Brown compared the two at a clean energy summit in Las Vegas Tuesday.
The California Assembly has unanimously passed a bill that requires utilities to install automatic shutoff valves on natural gas pipelines.
With an unemployment rate of 10 percent, San Diegans turnout for job fair at USD
The Cleveland National Forest is simplifying its fire restrictions as wildfire season approaches.
Four separate brush fires burned a total of about 10 acres near Interstate 8 today, authorities said.
An economic index for San Diego County increased slightly last month, but the indicators continue to reflect a sluggish economy.
In spite of painful school budget cuts, one North County high school is opening a new multi-million dollar Performing Arts Center. The investment is expected to pay off in the classroom.