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Stories for July 22, 2011
The Democratic National Committee's debut political commercial for the 2012 campaign season is in Spanish. It is a response to a Spanish ad put out earlier this week by a Republican leaning group.
SANDAG today voted to use $800 million it will save on the I-5 freeway expansion and spend it on commuter rail, walking and biking.
For President Obama, the move makes good on a promise from his 2008 campaign to dismantle the Clinton-era policy.
Aerospace manufacturing is one of largest industries in Baja California. And as the cluster of companies working south of the border grows, Tijuana is positioning itself for more international investment.
Why, for God's sake, is the City of Escondido being threatened with legal action by the ACLU? The problem is the moment of "reflection" that has been instituted at the beginning of council meetings.
One of these days, if proposed political maps hold up, some San Diegans will hear the alarm go off and wake up in a different City Council District, perhaps one that has never existed before.
in San Diego, affordable housing units are about twice as expensive to build as homes that go for market rates, due to a complex mix of political and business agendas that conspire to drive up expenses and cost taxpayers millions.
There are no immediate reports of injuries or damages. The cause is under investigation.
A wide swath of the U.S. braced for temperatures near or in the triple digits. San Diego County is looking at 70s along the coast.
California's $5,000 rebate for new owners of electric cars is no longer available. That's pushing up the cost of buying an all-electric vehicle.
San Diego’s Hispanic population came out ahead while the Asian community fell short in the race to win a new council district.
An estimated 10,000 children suffer burn injuries in the U.S. each year. Recovering from such trauma is tough. But a summer camp in San Diego County's Cuyamaca Mountains gives young burn survivors a boost.