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Stories for January 12, 2012
Tonight the Broadcast Film Critics Association bestowed their Critics Choice Awards, and France's "The Artist" took the top prize as well as a trio of others.
The new Republican leader in the State Senate says he’s okay with California Governor Jerry Brown’s use of mid-year trigger cuts to balance the budget. But he doesn’t approve of the governor’s tax initiative or his approach to cuts.
The researcher is calling for better studies on charter schools.
California Cantaloupe growers are calling for stricter food handling procedures and government oversight in the wake of a fatal listeria outbreak in September.
The Democratic leader of the State Senate says he’s considering ways to save local redevelopment efforts in California.
A new study building on research from scientists at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography shows key emissions reduction measures could slow the pace of climate change, save lives and increase agricultural production.
All ten U.C. campuses plan to be smoke-free by 2014.
Funding has been secured for San Diego's downtown central library - but who is writing the check?
Begin the weekend early with a rock and roll documentary at the Whistle Stop tonight and wrap it up with a showcase of artists at Habitat House on Sunday.
Elizabeth George, author of 17 novels featuring British detective Thomas Lynley, is in San Diego to promote her newest book. We ask how an American writer gets into the head of an upper-class British sleuth.
Seven people will be honored today at the 21st annual Salute to Local Heroes Luncheon, which recognizes average citizens who bravely assisted law enforcement, according to the Rotary Club of San Diego, the event's sponsor.
A school district in San Diego County that's already mired in a corruption scandal is investigating whether cafeteria workers may have stolen $500,000 worth of goods.
Police today investigated a home-invasion robbery in University City in which a former San Diego city councilman was pistol-whipped after harmlessly firing a handgun at one of three assailants.
One Mt. Helix parent is challenging new boundaries for Grossmont high schools.
A top credit-rating firm says California is no longer last among states.