Stories for November 14, 2011
The association's president called Dumanis "a proven and recognized leader."
Another tuition increase is on the way for California State University students unless the state finds the university a lot more money in next year’s budget.
'Tis the season for giving, but a growing number of San Diego County residents are in need of receiving.
A survey reveals most mental health providers at Kaiser Permanente facilities in California believe patients aren't getting timely care.
The Carrier Classic went off without a hitch on Veterans Day, with the University of North Carolina Tar Heels besting the Michigan State Spartans on the deck of the USS Carl Vinson. It was the first time a college basketball game was played on a live aircraft carrier.
Changing demographics and changing families pose new challenges for elderly people in need of care.
Is San Diego a soulless city? Recently Seth Combs wrote an article bemoaning the lack of venues for R&B. DJ Claire joins the discussion with live music from Stevie and the Hi-Staxx.
José Francisco Blake Mora started his political career in the border state of Baja California before rising to the No. 2 position in Mexico's government.
The Supreme Court said Monday it will hear arguments next March over President Barack Obama's health care overhaul - a case that could shake the political landscape just as voters are deciding if Obama deserves another term.
Two major freeway bridges in San Diego County were tested for safety by a Caltrans engineer who was later disciplined for faking test results on other structures, calling into question the safety of some massive new bridges.
In a country with a rampant obesity epidemic, many patients say their doctors don't spend enough time talking with them about losing weight. But doctors often complain that when they do bring up the issue, nothing changes.
Police in Oakland began clearing out a weeks-old encampment after issuing several warnings to Occupy demonstrators.
The amphibious assault ship USS Makin Island is scheduled to leave San Diego today for its maiden deployment.
It’s widely known the City of San Diego needs more fire stations. Today the city council will consider adopting a plan to get them built. But there’s no money to actually make it happen.
Imagine being an average 19-year-old - going to college, participating in a fraternity, enjoying sports - and then losing your eyesight suddenly, and without warning.
Across the country, 2010’s college graduates left school owing about 5 percent more than the class before them.