Stories for October 3, 2011
Crews working to quell a 2,000-acre wildfire in the East County highlands had the remote burn area roughly 65 percent contained by late this afternoon.
San Diego voters will get to weigh in on whether the city should ban labor agreements on public construction projects. The vote will happen even though the city’s never entered into such an agreement.
The U.S. Supreme Court has heard arguments in a case brought by a San Diego physician. The court will decide whether a doctor can sue the state over cuts to the Medi-Cal program.
San Diego State University will kick off Homecoming Week today by celebrating the 75th anniversary of Aztec Bowl with a rededication ceremony.
Starting Tuesday, San Diego will become the latest city to feature TroopSwap.com, a website that offers discounts for military families.
One person was wounded today when a gunman in a moving car opened fire on vehicles in four locations on Interstate 805 and I-5, authorities reported.
A Metropolitan Transit System bus rider who was recently diagnosed with tuberculosis may have exposed others to the disease, the county's Health and Human Services Agency reported today.
The images of women presented in the media can influence how people perceive the world around them and what issues are seen as important. These images can occur through pop culture or through the news media. The guests today will look at gender images from two different yet complementary points of view.
A recycling company in San Diego is taking electronic items, whether working or not, and restoring them for use by injured troops.
This month marks the beginning of a major shift in the criminal justice system in California. San Diego County could be affected by how the change is handled by our neighbors to the north.