Stories for February 29, 2012
Popular dual-immersion program draws parents to overnight line ahead of Kindergarten registration.
San Diego County will spend a federal grant to clear dead and dying trees around Julian. The strategy was challenged in court.
A top city official lashed out today at skepticism of San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders' recent announcement that the structural budget deficit has been solved.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris is pursuing legislation that would help homeowners in the middle of the mortgage and foreclosure crisis.
A new report reveals despite the health benefits of breastfeeding newborn babies, many women don't do it exclusively.
The City Council's Natural Resources and Culture Committee will consider today a plan to purchase emergency generators for wastewater pump systems to prevent spills such as the ones that occurred during last September's region-wide power outage.
The wildlife rich Baja California peninsula has long lured nature-lovers to its pristine coasts. But when real estate boomed in the U.S., it also boomed south of the border, in the form of beach-front high rises and luxury resorts. Now, the funding behind many coastal development projects has dried up, and that’s caused some environmentalists to breath a sigh of relief.