Stories for July 25, 2011
The San Diego City Council repealed an ordinance establishing restrictions on where medical-marijuana dispensaries could be located.
T-Mobile employees would join telecom union if merger is approved.
A local man said the food crisis is so bad that people are "dying like flies" outside refugee camps.
Gov. Jerry Brown today signed Assembly Bill 130, which will allow undocumented immigrant students living in California to receive private financial aid.
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Restrictions on medical marijuana collectives are before the San Diego City Council today - and the matter could end up before voters. Advocates gathered enough signatures to qualify for a referendum. The city council takes up the issue at a meeting today.
It's not unusual for the Navy to experience problems and glitches with new ships and weapons systems. But it's not often that a new vessel will actually start to dissolve in less than a year.
A San Diego County supervisor is joining the effort against a controversial fire-protection fee.
In an extraordinary measure, the judge decided Monday to hold the arraignment behind closed doors at the request of police.
The fire was 40 percent contained Sunday and the cause remains under investigation.
The GOP proposal has been rejected by The White House. Senate Democrats have also proposed an alternative.
Strict rules limiting where medical marijuana shops can operate can be overturned or sent to the voters next spring. The city council Monday addresses the issue Monday.
Superheroes and fans have packed up and left town, as another Comic-Con comes to a close. The world’s largest pop culture convention drew big crowds again this year, including many men and women with disabilities. KPBS arts reporter Angela Carone says comics’ relatable characters and Comic-Con’s disabled services are part of the appeal.