Stories for January 26, 2011
Public pension plans are creating enormous strain on budgets of cities across California. One expert believes San Diego is worse off than elsewhere.
In this episode, we follow the trail pilgrims have trod for centuries, from the French border to Santiago de Compostela in the northwest corner of Spain. Along the way, we stop off in Pamplona to run with the bulls, and dive into the unique Celtic culture of Galicia- where Riverdance meets flamenco.
In this episode, chief inspector Jane Tennison thought she'd finally found the witness needed to build an airtight murder case against George Marlow. But the witness passed over Marlow in a police lineup. Now, Tennison is more determined than ever to catch the killer, and she resolves to follow up every possible lead -- even Marlow's missing car, which he claims was stolen. But she thinks he's locked it away in a garage somewhere. When her men can't find it, she begins to doubt her suspicions.
A ceremony at the Air Ground Combat Center Marine base in Twentynine Palms was held this morning to debut a state-of-the-art “mock city” roughly equivalent in size to downtown San Diego that was constructed to practice and refine the complex and dangerous combat tactics Marines use while deployed to urban settings around the world, according to the Marine Corps.
San Diego Congressional Representatives Susan Davis and Brian Bilbray discuss their reactions to the president's State of the Union Speech last night The president told the nation that American ingenuity and enterprise can still lead the world, but only if we invest in the future.
The SDSU Men's Basketball team is currently 20-0, and ranked No. 4 in the nation. This is, by far, the best basketball season the Aztecs men's basketball team has ever had. So, what's the secret behind SDSU's success this season? We speak to U-T sports reporter Mark Zeigler about the Aztecs success this season, and their game tonight against ninth ranked BYU Cougars.