Stories for January 25, 2012
The California State University Board of Trustees has adopted a new policy to limit the base pay of incoming school presidents.
New social research unveiled in San Diego this week shows there are ways to manage will power that give us a better chance to keep New Year's resolutions.
In this episode, we take a look at a famous new skyscraper in Tijuana and interview the architect. Host Jorge Meraz then has a ball at the Tijuana Fair riding the rides and eating the foods. Later, we go to a music festival for the young TJ locals. And lastly, Jorge cooks with the chef at La Querencia making "Baja Med" cuisine, drinking rattlesnake tequila, and eating freshly hunted wildlife.
Federal indictments and complaints were unsealed today charging 117 street gang members and associates of the Mexican Mafia in San Diego -- including two Mexican Mafia leaders -- with racketeering conspiracy, drug trafficking and firearm offenses.
Cool summer. Warm winter. Wind storms. High pressure. Not much rain. What in the world is going on with our weather? There's an explanation, of course, and it's called La Nina.
The use of ultralight planes to bring drugs across the U.S-Mexico border is not uncommon. But now, federal agents east of San Diego County say they've seized a private plane in an alleged human smuggling operation.