Stories for July 19, 2012
As state leaders discuss how to cope with the possibility of more state cuts, SDSU and others turn to raising their own revenues.
The Navy wants to cut foreign oil and energy consumption in half by the end of the decade. It's partnered with several California companies and universities to help make that happen.
Taxpayer groups are angry over California lawmakers’ decision to give raises to legislative employees.
Eight years after North County voters approved its funding, the new Palomar Hospital in Escondido is scheduled to open for business in mid-August.
A San Diego councilwoman says the city needs to make a commitment to open government, even if the state won’t.
The EPA recently proposed to make annual air quality standards for fine particle pollution more stringent.
A new poll shows Californians still haven’t made up their minds about several statewide ballot measures in November’s election.
A gas-fired power plant planned near the Sycamore Landfill ran into at least a temporary roadblock today when the San Diego Planning Commission denied an application to have staff fully study rezoning the area.