Stories for February 8, 2011
Dozens of homes were temporarily without functional plumbing after a water main ruptured underneath an intersection, shutting down traffic lanes.
Hearing on solar development fails to garner much interest in El Centro, despite recent concerns over environmental damage.
The crisis in Egypt appears to be costing San Diegans at the pump.
The first renewable energy project in California to take byproduct gas from the wastewater treatment process and convert it to natural gas for home and business use was dedicated today in Escondido.
President Barack Obama is calling for a six-year, $53 billion spending plan for high-speed rail, which would run through many cities including San Diego, as he seeks to use infrastructure spending to jump-start job creation.
Officials from San Diego State University, including President Stephen L. Weber, thanked the city for cleanup efforts that made it possible to hold December's Poinsettia Bowl at Qualcomm Stadium.
A top federal official says his agency doesn't have enough staff to follow up on leads in gun cases or properly inspect guns shops.
Over 100 African-American women have written letters to Michelle Obama on the occasion of her historic entry into the White House. Those letters are gathered in a book called "Go, Tell Michelle." A staged reading of "Go, Tell Michelle" takes place tonight in San Diego. We'll talk with the book's editors.
The City Council will make Feb.6 "Ronald Reagan Day" in San Diego in order to honor the 100th anniversary of the birth of Ronald Reagan.
We'll examine the red tape that's been holding millions of dollars of federal block grants in limbo here in San Diego.
We'll check up on the health of the San Diego Padres with Scripps Clinic orthopedic surgeon and team doctor Heinz Hoenecke as the team prepares for spring training.
President Obama tells the nation's business leaders that they have a responsibility to America. Meanwhile, the Administration continues to strike a cautious note on the protests in Egypt. NPR Correspondent Scott Horsley joins us for a White House update.
The Obama administration is poised to announce the results of a 10-month investigation into whether faulty electronics played a role in Toyota vehicles' sudden, unintentional acceleration and other safety problems.
San Diego County Supervisors will consider their plan for future growth tomorrow. Their existing plan was drawn up 30 years ago.
California voters say unhealthy eating is the biggest health risk that children face. A new Field Poll reveals most voters think childhood obesity is a very serious problem.