Stories for July 27, 2011
The new Congressional report also identifies one of the recruits as a man who lived in San Diego.
No charges will be filed related to a San Diego Bay boating accident that lead to the drowning deaths of a father and son.
An group created to fight urban sprawl is calling San Diego's Regional Transportation a recipe for environmental disaster.
The web site, USA.gov has a treasure-trove of information -- but it can be overwhelming. We'll hear about a "hack day" event, taking place this week in San Diego, aimed at making it easier to use government information.
The fire, which started about five miles east of Warner Springs, continues to expand to the east and northwest, although eastward movement has slowed considerably.
Providers of adult-day-care services in California may have to shut their doors on Dec. 1st. If so, more than 35,000 medically fragile people will be scrambling to find appropriate care.