Stories for May 12, 2011
The 2010 census is sharpening our view of housing trends in California. Now, we see the economy and foreclosure trends are creating a lot more empty houses and apartments.
San Diego's Del Cerro neighborhood could serve as a model for a plan to save energy while creating jobs and increasing home values.
A state Senate committee heard a bill that would change the way some teachers are evaluated Wednesday and the backdrop was the week-long teachers’ protest at the Capitol.
Home sales in San Diego County dropped 0.5 percent in April, compared to the same month a year ago, as Southern California sales fell to their lowest level for an April in three years, a real estate information service reported today.
San Diegans with roots in tornado-ravaged Tuscaloosa, Ala., organized a fundraiser for victims that will be held this evening in the Gaslamp Quarter.
There's a new wrinkle in a story that caused a stir early this year - the commutation of the sentence of Estaban Nunez. He was sentenced to 16 years for the fatal stabbing of a student near SDSU. But right before he left office, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger used his constitutional power and cut Nunez sentence in half.
How do you, or your older family members keep fit? Do you think there should be more fitness programs geared toward seniors?
The Tony nominated, controversial musical "The Scottsboro Boys" is just one of the surprises in the newly announced season at The Old Globe. The theater in Balboa Park will stage four world premieres starting this fall. The Union-Tribune's theater critic Jim Hebert joins us to talk about the Globe's announcement.