Stories for September 14, 2011
Spectators who were injured and the family of a man who was killed when a truck plowed into a crowd at a Mojave Desert off-road race sued Wednesday for wrongful death and negligence.
More California students are taking the SAT, but scores are down.
Two San Diego community groups proposed a city ordinance today that would provide for fining the owners of unoccupied foreclosed properties that fall into disrepair.
Two San Diego County sheriff's deputies were among 13 public safety personnel awarded state Medals of Valor today by Gov. Jerry Brown.
California Governor Jerry Brown is sending a stern warning to state lawmakers: Get ready for lots of vetoes in the next few weeks.
The University of San Diego announced today it was awarded a five-year, $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to increase the number of women science and technology professors, especially minorities.
A new hydroelectric project is now generating another source of electricity for residents of San Diego County.
San Diego-based Sempra Energy today announced a successor to its retiring president, Neal Schmale.
San Diego city schools had to make deep cuts including laying off hundreds of teachers to make ends meet for the school year that has just started. The district is already considering closing about 10 schools to reduce costs next year.