Stories for December 28, 2011
Deputies and officers throughout San Diego County will be out in force this New Year's holiday weekend to catch suspected drunken drivers, sheriff's officials announced today.
The state Department of Fish and Game today approved the move of a venomous lizard discovered in Rancho Bernardo to the San Diego Zoo, a county animal official said.
The California state legislature passed more than 700 new laws last year - most of them take affect January 1st. The laws range from banning people from openly carrying hand guns - to preventing minors from using tanning beds. There are also a number of new laws protecting the rights of gays and lesbians.
The California Supreme Court said it will issue a decision tomorrow on a wide reaching redevelopment case. The decision could have big implications for San Diego.
We look at corruption allegations in Sweetwater Union High School District and also the drop in housing prices in San Diego.
A Marine Corps ruling on the future of a pair of crosses at the top of a steep Camp Pendleton hill isn't expected until next year.
The fire at Old Town Community Church destroyed more than the sanctuary. Local artists who created the artwork at Old Town Community Church in the 1940s have passed away, making the work irreplaceable.
Participants in the annual Christmas bird count found new species to the San Diego area along with record breaking populations.