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.
A survey reveals most mental health providers at Kaiser Permanente facilities in California believe patients aren't getting timely care.
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.
The amphibious assault ship USS Makin Island is scheduled to leave San Diego today for its maiden deployment.
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.