Stories for September 6, 2011
Walking down the passage way to my office, one of the men called out, "Colonel, a plane flew into a building in New York." Looking into the office, they were gathered around a television. Mere seconds after I started watching, the second aircraft flew into the second tower. My spontaneous comment was, "Terrorists."
The Chargers still need to sell about 1,800 tickets to avoid having its regular season opener blacked out for local television viewers for the second year in a row.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors have unanimously adopted a slightly modified map of their districts in the county.
San Diego got a blast of tropical humidity to start the Labor day week, but things will be very different Wednesday.
Gov. Jerry Brown said Tuesday that he was optimistic that lawmakers will agree this week to end a tax break for companies based outside the state, signaling he was willing to modify his proposal in an effort to stop what he called a "toxic loophole."
California's governor is in town talking jobs. We take a look at his plan.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms were expected in San Diego County today.
Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow is planning a film for release next October about the special forces and intelligence commandos hunting for Osama bin Laden. But today, the San Diego-based IDW Publishing releases "Code Word: Geronimo," a moment-by-moment graphic narrative about the clandestine raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound.