Stories for December 9, 2011
A San Diego organization called Jobs for Autism helps adults with autism spectrum disorder find unique work.
University of San Diego hosted its 13th annual school counseling forum Friday.
Development in downtown San Diego is a common sight, but the "Fat City Lofts" project on the northern edge of Little Italy is attracting criticism.
The awards were given to technology developers in San Diego.
Four employees including three reporters were let go from the nonprofit news organization voiceofsandiego.org, it was announced today.
San Diego's Environmental Health Coalition is rallying opposition to a San Diego Gas and Electric rate hike request.
Experience Hans Christian Andersen’s haunting tale of love in San Francisco Ballet’s production of this inventive ballet. Hamburg Ballet’s chief choreographer John Neumeier blends dance, dramatic storytelling and spectacle in a darkly emotional interpretation of the classic fable. Those expecting a simple ballet adaptation of the Disney animated film will be surprised to find a complex and intense portrayal of unrequited love and the resilience of the human spirit.
A reported mountain lion sighting led authorities to secure West Hills High in Santee this morning.
San Diego Port officials say they're hoping Occupy San Diego protestors are peaceful during a planned protest on Monday. Occupy groups along the West Coast plan to shut down local ports.
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San Diego's City Council is taking steps to create funding for the convention center; a Latino group pushes for district elections in Escondido; and an alleged plot to smuggle a Gadhafi into Mexico.
Britain led the pushback to a deal that tightens economic ties between 17 euro countries, 6 others.
The San Diego Museum of Art commissioned a mural that takes images from their new exhibit on modern Mexican painting and has them interpreted by graffiti artists from Writerz Blok.
A new report from the Department of Homeland Security Inspector General concluded that $69 million of taxpayers' money for border fence construction has been wasted.