Stories for February 14, 2012
A permit needed by the developer of the Fat City Lofts to build his 232-unit apartment complex near Lindbergh Field was denied today by the Centre City Development Corp. chairman.
The Port of San Diego is not wasting any time in defending itself against San Diego’s largest newspaper. The Port is touting the benefits of its 10th Avenue Marine terminal after the paper questioned its usefulness.
If you’ve stopped at the gas pump lately, you know prices have jumped. Triple-A says the price for a gallon of regular, unleaded in California has gone up 15-cents since last month’s report.
California is getting some love this Valentine’s Day from the ratings agency Standard & Poor’s. The agency is upgrading the state’s credit outlook from “stable” to “positive.”
UC San Diego Health Sciences will conduct a study aimed a determining whether two antiarrythmia drugs could be used by emergency medical personnel to help save more heart attack victims.
Everybody loves the idea of beachfront property, but proximity to the ocean can bring its share of construction challenges. Tune in as experts from the Emmy® Award-winning television series THIS OLD HOUSE head to the Ocean State to transform a weathered Cape into a weatherproof masterpiece in the series’ first-ever renovation on open water – The Barrington Project.
San Diego baseball icon Tony Gwynn was undergoing surgery today to remove a cancerous growth in his right cheek, ESPN reported.
The amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard departed San Diego today for its new home base of Sasebo, Japan.
Everest climber and thrill seeker Pete Athans returns to the Himalayas with Dr. Mark Aldenderfer in search of the caves and mummies of a lost civilization. There they risk their own safety to reveal astonishing evidence of a previously unknown 1,500-year-old death ritual high in the Himalayan caves.
A new survey shows most Californians haven't talked with a loved one about what kind of end-of-life care they want.
Valentine’s Day usually conjures up images of romantic love when people exchange gifts of flowers, candy and cards. But for some, Valentine’s Day means V-Day, a movement started by Eve Ensler, author of the popular play, “The Vagina Monologues.”