Stories for August 29, 2012
Prescription drug abuse, methamphetamine and emerging drugs like bath salts will be discussed at a San Diego conference Thursday.
UC San Diego will use a $500,000 gift to endow scholarships for transfer students from community colleges in California who are parents and can demonstrate financial need, the university announced today.
California lawmakers have sent a ban on openly carrying unloaded shotguns or rifles in public to the desk of Governor Jerry Brown.
Roughly 100,000 Californians were affected by the Employment Development Department’s glitch in their payment system this week.
Scientists have discovered the mechanism in fault lines that can increase the magnitude of earthquakes, the Scripps Institution of Oceanography announced today.
Was the Navy SEAL mission to capture Osama bin Laden, or to kill him? That question has been raised by the Associated Press, which obtained an early copy of the book "No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission that Killed Osama Bin Laden," written by former Navy SEAL Matt Bissonnette under the pen name Mark Owen.
San Diego County officials are warning people to stay out of the water off Imperial Beach just north of the U.S.-Mexico border after more than a million gallons of sewage spilled off Tijuana.