Stories for October 25, 2011
Signature-gathering efforts are getting underway in California for a ballot measure that would end the death penalty.
The father of fallen Camp Pendleton Marine Lance Cpl. Benjamin W. Schmidt has told a San Antonio newspaper his son was killed by friendly fire.
The great California pension debate begins anew Wednesday as a joint Senate-Assembly committee meets to discuss potential changes.
A new report finds California elementary school students are not getting high-quality science instruction.
Representatives of Occupy San Diego asked the City Council today to pass a resolution in support of their movement, but their continued chanting subsequently prompted council President Tony Young to abruptly adjourn the panel's morning session.
The California Highway Patrol briefly shut down all lanes of northbound Interstate 5 between Basilone Road in Camp Pendleton to Camino Capistrano in southern Orange County because of a chemical spill.
Since San Diego launched a new $24 million water and sewer billing system in July, thousands of ratepayers have flooded the city with complaints that their service has been cut off, they’ve been overcharged or they can't pay their bills online, we'll find out whats going on.
San Diego Unified trustees were scheduled to hear a report today that proposes more than a dozen schools be closed, relocated or consolidated next year.
Bruce the green sea turtle will be released into San Diego Bay today after undergoing nine months of veterinary care at SeaWorld San Diego.
The "Dr. Phil'' television show is paying to exhume the body of woman who died at historic Coronado mansion so it can be tested for further evidence.