Stories for February 15, 2012
President Obama's budget may be getting a rough reception on Capitol Hill, but California community colleges are excited about his call for eight billion dollars to fund career-technical education.
A new economic study says job growth in California is moving - slowly - in the right direction, and will continue to do so.
The next three Arleigh Burke class guided-missile destroyers will be named after military heroes with ties to San Diego County, Navy Secretary Ray Mabus announced today.
More than 9 million Californians got at least one free preventive service in 2011, thanks to health care reform.
The Commissioners of the Port of San Diego don't like the plan for the 10th Avenue Marine Terminal proposed by developer and U-T San Diego owner Doug Manchester. They say the Port is a vital part of San Diego's economy.
A cold Pacific storm is expected to bring snow, rain and gusty winds to already saturated San Diego County today.
Regulators now say there were actually four incursions into nesting areas by SDG&E in the last three weeks, not three.
In their push to reverse Obama's contraception rule, Catholic leaders aren't likely to find Latina allies.