Stories for September 20, 2011
Southern California grocery workers will soon decide whether they'll support the tentative contract deal reached by negotiators Monday.
The clinic helps wounded Veterans return to active lifestyle through physical and mental rehabilitation.
City officials and business groups are urging Governor Jerry Brown to veto a bill they say unfairly targets stores like Wal-Mart.
A bill on Governor Jerry Brown’s desk would allow preventative care for STDs for minors without parental consent. But some parents say the government would be crossing the line
As Palestine bids to be recognized as a full-fledged member of the United Nations, scholars at San Diego State University will lead a forum tonight on the contentious issues surrounding politics in the Middle East.
The military has identified the two Marines killed yesterday in a helicopter crash at Camp Pendleton as Capt. Jeffrey Bland and 1st Lt. Thomas Heitmann.
The authors of "Paradise Plundered" tell us about San Diego's failures of governance.
The San Diego Police Department's bicycle patrol program is growing. Cops on bikes are now cruising through the Hillcrest neighborhood.
The San Diego Unified School District already faces a $46 million deficit in its general fund for the current fiscal year and a projected shortfall of at least $57 million for 2012-13, according to a report scheduled to be presented to the Board of Education today.
The search for a missing 26-year-old nursing student from San Diego who is believed to have been murdered is over.
Today is the first day of a new era for gays in the military: They are free to speak openly about their sexual orientation without fear of being discharged.
A KPBS-Watchdog Institute investigation last year questioned the efficacy of the whooping cough vaccine after revealing the majority of people who got sick in San Diego County were immunized.