Stories for September 15, 2011
Part of the San Ysidro border crossing is reopened to traffic, but some worry about the economic damage to the region.
The winners were Los Penasquitos Elementary in Rancho Penasquitos and Santa Fe Christian Lower School in Solana Beach.
Supporters of a proposed ballot measure to reform the city of San Diego's debt-ridden employee pension system will hold a petition "Sign-a-Thon" tonight in a bid to collect enough signatures to qualify the initiative for the June 2012 election.
A recent attempt by the corn industry to change the name of a widely used but increasingly controversial sweetener was misleading and could have robbed consumers of important information.
California saw a big jump last month in the number of homeowners who got a default notice – which is usually the precursor to a foreclosure.
All San Diego beaches closed as a result of sewage spills triggered by last week's massive power outage were open today.
Child advocates have sued the California Department of Social Services to force it to reveal more details about child deaths. Advocates say the agency’s rules block potential reforms that could save lives.