Stories for June 4, 2012
Alaska Airlines begins daily service from San Diego's Lindbergh Field to three mid-sized California markets.
San Diego Congresswoman Susan Davis is working on legislation that offers the Navy an alternative to building its new head quarters on San Diego’s waterfront.
Early evidence points to a low turnout for tomorrow's primary election in San Diego County, according to the registrar of voters.
On Tuesday California voters will decide whether to raise the state’s tax on tobacco products to pay for cancer research. Proposition 29 has become the loudest battle of this Primary election.
Voters will decide Tuesday whether to change term limits for California legislators.
Tuesday could be a confusing day for some voters at the polls. It's the first statewide primary under California's new "Top-Two" system.
Over two centuries ago, Britain and France fought a battle that would change the world. Now largely forgotten, the Battle of Quebec was once a story every schoolchild in the U.K. would have known. At stake was the future of North America and the fate of the British Empire. Dan Snow, an expert in this period of history having recently written a book about the expedition, sets sail up the magnificent St. Lawrence River following the route taken by the British.
It's a bird! It's a plane! Actually, it's Phantom Eye - an enormous drone that recently completed its first autonomous test flight in California.
Under California's new system, the top two finishers in the primary move on to the general election, regardless of party. Backers hope this system will favor moderates. It could be years before it's clear if that's true, but the system is already changing how political operatives work.
The daughter of one of the "Real Housewives of Orange County" recently married a Camp Pendleton Marine, much to the initial chagrin of her reality-show star mother.
This election, some San Diego political ads have been accurate and fair. Others, not so much.
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We look at the District E open seat on the San Diego Unified School Board.
A woman who most recently headed the FBI's Intelligence Division in Los Angeles today assumed the job of special agent in charge of the bureau's San Diego field office.
The small, rural community of Covington, Indiana held a candlelight vigil last night in memory of hometown boy and Camp Pendleton Marine Lance Cpl. Joshua Witsman. Witsman, 23, was killed in Afghanistan last Wednesday.
Mexican presidential frontrunner Enrique Peña Nieto campaigned in Tijuana this past weekend. Is he the new face of an old political party?
The Department of Defense has announced the deaths of four soldiers who were killed in Afghanistan at the end of last month.
A trough of low pressure is expected to bring gusty winds to the mountains and deserts of San Diego County later today as well as 3- foot to 6-foot surf and strong rip currents along the coast.
Former President Clinton and President Obama had a famously rocky relationship. But the days when Clinton tried to help his wife, now secretary of state, defeat Obama in the 2008 primaries are ancient history. Now, for better or worse, Clinton is Obama's highest-profile advocate.
The difference may involve fibers that carry information from one part of the brain to another.
Three areas in Vietnam previously closed off to POW/MIA investigations will now be available for searching.
Tooth decay is on the rise among preschoolers. Many of them have to go to the hospital to have their cavities filled.
A federal program to restore wetlands added a record amount of land in California last year. Landowners voluntarily participated to protect more than 18 square miles of wetland.
Some say it’s cruel. Others say it’s delicious. But either way foie gras will not be sold in San Diego eateries after July 1st.
Among the San Diego mayoral candidates, some are more social media savvy than others.