Stories for March 18, 2011
A 27-year-old Poway male has been diagnosed with measles, according to County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) officials.
Diplomats were informed that Tijuana's then-police chief had made a deal with drug-cartel operatives.
On Saturday, San Diego highway planners are throwing a party to mark the end of construction of State Route 52, whose final eastern section will be in use by the end of the month.
The city of San Diego will explore other options to fund construction projects if Gov. Jerry Brown's plan to eliminate local redevelopment agencies is approved by lawmakers, a city official said Friday.
Air pollution regulators in Southern California say they have not detected increased levels of radiation from the damaged Japanese nuclear reactors.
Law students will hit the streets in the Gaslamp and East Village Friday to see who collects the most donations for relief efforts in Japan.
FRONTLINE takes an inside look at the multi-billion dollar business of the NCAA and its brand of amateur college sports. In this investigation, correspondent Lowell Bergman gains access to Sonny Vaccaro, a former marketing executive at Nike, Adidas and Reebok, who helped bring about the rapid commercialization of college basketball. Later in the hour, as the fall-out from WikiLeak’s continues, FRONTLINE presents an exclusive interview with Private Bradley Manning's father.
A pedestrian bridge built next to PETCO Park by San Diego's redevelopment agency opened for foot traffic Friday.
With Japanese reeling from a massive earthquake, tsunami and radioactive plume, UC San Diego students plan to ease their pain with 1,000 paper cranes -- and $10,000 in donations.
Earlier this week, the San Diego Unified School District sent out 1,300 layoff notices to teachers and other district staff. We discuss how the district's budget could be affected by the yet-to-be-approved June special election, and the governor's proposal to eliminate redevelopment agencies. Plus, what can the district do to prevent future layoffs and budget deficits?
As the world watches the nuclear crisis unfolding in Japan, many people are asking if San Diego is prepared if the same situation happened here. What safety procedures are in place if the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station experienced a meltdown? And, should the U.S. reexamine its nuclear energy policies in light of what's happening in Japan?
More than 100 Marines return to Camp Pendleton from Afghanistan this morning. They are the vanguard of a larger number of Marines who will be coming back to the base in the next few weeks.
The California Legislature has approved deep cuts to the Medi-Cal program to help balance the state budget. People on Medi-Cal will feel the pain.