Stories for March 22, 2011
The Border Patrol in San Diego detained two U.S. citizens and 13 undocumented immigrants all wearing U.S. Marine uniforms and riding in a white van with altered U.S.-government license plates.
A bill to ban the sale or possession of shark fins sailed through a legislative committee Tuesday.
A group of Stanford students on spring break will be roaming the streets of San Diego tonight. And the group has just one thing on its mind.
California State University is planning to reduce enrollment by more than 10,000 students to cope with anticipated cuts in state funding.
The driver of a Coast Guard vessel involved in a fatal collision on San Diego Bay has been acquitted of involuntary manslaughter but has been found guilty of a lesser charge.
County elections officials say the Legislature should act by the end of this week to hold a June 21 special election asking voters to extend temporary tax hikes.
Work will begin tomorrow to convert G Street to a one-way road along its entire length in downtown San Diego, according to the Centre City Development Corp.
The El Cajon courthouse was closed unexpectedly today following an early-morning electrical problem that caused the building to lose power and phone service.
California Gov. Jerry Brown has some fairly strong support from voters so far at his two-month mark in office. But the legislature’s approval rating remains down in the dumps.
A judge has temporarily halted California's ambitious program to provide financial incentives for the state's largest polluters to cut harmful greenhouse gas emissions.
Management of the Japanese nuclear plant, which has faced possible meltdown following the earthquake, may be related to the huge problems we've seen.
A new report says California is on the road to economic recovery but should expect a long and bumpy ride, with double-digit unemployment likely to continue through 2012.
Recent rains and a healthy water supply across the state will not cause city officials to lift restrictions on water consumption.
The census confirms it, San Diego's neighborhoods are going through some big changes. We'll discuss how ethnic majorities are shifting in communities throughout San Diego County.
Sol Price will be honored posthumously as the "History Maker of the Year" on Saturday by the San Diego History Center. We explore the life and legacy of the founder of FedMart and the Price Club.
Hear an update on the top stories coming out of the North County, from the safety of the San Onofre Nuclear Generation Station to the current status of Kathleen Sterling, a controversial member of the Board of Trustees of Tri-City Hospital. We'll also discuss the budget problems in Oceanside, and the abandonment of the crash tax in that city.