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Stories for September 21, 2011
A California State Assemblywoman is urging Governor Jerry Brown to sign her bill that would double the penalties on Peeping Toms.
California Governor Jerry Brown is reassuring county officials anxious over the lack of a long-term funding source for the governor’s realignment plan. That’s the effort to shift responsibility for low-level, non-violent offenders to counties.
Health-care workers picketed Kaiser Permanente's Zion Avenue hospital in San Diego yesterday. It is part of a two day walkout aimed at restarting contract talks.
Encinitas school kids could start getting lessons on a working farm this year; a proposal to turn unused land into an outdoor education center is moving forward.
Students are upset that Dumanis hasn’t answered questions about student Diana Gonzalez, who was murdered days after the DA declined to prosecute her estranged husband.
Starting Monday, September 26th, KPBS Evening Edition will deliver local news and analysis to the San Diego community - weeknights at 6:30 p.m. on KPBS-TV. Hosted by Joanne Faryon and co-host Dwane Brown, the news program will break down the most important local news stories of the day, as well as offer detailed analysis of what’s going on - and why.
The governor defended his plan to redirect thousands of criminals from state prison to county jails before a gathering Wednesday of hundreds of law enforcement and local government officials.
The money came from six donors, and new SDSU President Eliott Hirshman and his wife donated $100,000 to the campaign.
One donated liver saved the lives of two men in a first-of-its-kind surgical procedure performed in June at UCSD Medical Center, hospital officials announced today.
Population growth and climate change are rapidly draining the global supply of potable water. Scientists and water officials from around the world teamed up in San Diego this week to look for solutions.
UCSD's Fresh Air Films presents the Bollywood comedy "3 Idiots" as part of their welcome week festivities. The outdoor screening takes place Wednesday, September 21 at 8:00pm on the East Lawn by the Price Center.
Home Post Blog: Pentagon officials have grown alarmed at the growing suicide rate among servicemembers as Suicide Prevention Month grows to a close.
Clean energy and reducing dependence on fossil fuel is the focus of rally this weekend in San Diego.
There are many challenges to putting on live entertainment and live events for San Diego bars, restaurants, and coffee houses. There are also various licensing fees for music, cost of sound technicians, expenses for security, and there are also fees for Entertainment Permits paid to the city of San Diego.
Suspected drug traffickers drove two trucks to a main avenue in a Mexican Gulf coast city and dumped 35 bodies beneath an overpass during rush hour as gunmen stood guard and pointed their weapons at frightened drivers.
Iran's state news agency reports that the two Americans freed from a Tehran prison after more than two years in custody have been flown out of Iran.
About 200 Kaiser Permanente employees plan to walk off the job today to protest proposed benefit cuts and what they regard as insufficient staffing levels.
Palestinians say they still plan to seek recognition of their statehood from the U.N. Security Council this week, throwing more than a wrench into the diplomatic works for the Obama administration.
Elderly Latinos in Southwestern states would have the most to lose from potential cuts to Medicare and Social Security benefits.
Nearly 500 people packed into the LGBT Center in San Diego to celebrate the end of ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.’ The mood was jubilant, but the focus was on how much work is still to be done to gain full equality for gays and lesbians
One major development project in San Diego is inching forward and another is hoping to get in on the action.