Stories for December 16, 2011
Consumer groups had high hopes this year for regulators who oversee California's power companies.
Latino elected officials are reacting to report of civil rights abuse within the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office. Critics say the Justice Department’s announcement vindicates what they’ve said about the sheriff’s office for years.
It was a cloudy morning in San Diego, but that didn’t stop state and local leaders from celebrating the dedication of a solar manufacturing plant in Rancho Bernardo.
The battle over fireworks events in the City of San Diego is heating up again.
Camp Pendleton suffered the second greatest loss of troops in the Iraq War of any installation, according to numbers made available on iCasualties.org.
A Chula Vista school was locked down after school officials received a threat.
In 2010, the Obama Administration set a goal to end homelessness among military veterans within five years.