Stories for March 8, 2011
Budget talks inside the state Capitol have hit a snag, but external support for Governor Jerry Brown’s proposal is growing.
Airport cities are the cities of the future. This we learn from a new book called Aerotropolis.
San Diego State University students are grieving over the loss of Austin Bice. The 22-year-old exchange student was found in a Madrid river. This is not the first time an SDSU student has died overseas.
The San Diego City Council today strongly supported a contract with UC San Diego for the city to resume full-time lifeguard services at Black's Beach, but formal approval won't happen until next week.
Hey, Home Post readers. Some tragic news coming out of Camp Pendleton, where two sailors lost their lives in a training accident. Another story focuses on the high rate of divorce among women in the military.
Republican State Senator Joel Anderson said CalTrans wastes far too much money – and he’s calling on Gov. Jerry Brown to shift responsibility for transportation projects to local governments.
San Diego is one of the solar power, electric car capitals, but our utility company falls short in greenhouse-gas reduction. San Diego Gas and Electric has failed to meet the state-mandated goal of producing 20 percent of its energy from renewable sources by the end of 2010. We'll tell you what SDG&E says about missing the goal and why other utilities across the state got much closer to the target.
Women are often the ones who suffer the most during conflicts, while men are the ones who are celebrated for their accomplishments during times of war. A new series produced exclusively for the PBS audience is hoping to shine a light on the contribution women are making in conflicts happening around the world. We speak to filmmaker and philanthropist Abigail Disney about the new series Women, War & Peace.
The Navy confirmed that two sailors died in a rollover accident during training exercises at Camp Pendleton Monday.
San Diego gas prices are edging closer to a key psychological barrier.