Stories for March 19, 2012
Almost all of the lesser-known candidates who filed for the San Diego mayor's race fell short of the 200 verified petition signatures required to qualify for the election, City Clerk Elizabeth Maland said today.
The tail-end of the last storm of the winter season moved eastward across San Diego County early today, dropping more rainfall and snow in the region.
When the San Diego-based non-profit Invisible Children released the video "Kony2012" a week ago, it had almost 40 million hits on YouTube four days later. But by week's end the group was beset with negative press, including the very public meltdown of one of its founders. How will the group's millions of young supporters react?
After amassing a huge cash hoard, Apple Inc. is finally acknowledging that it doesn't need all that money, saying Monday that it will start paying some of it out to shareholders in the form of a dividend and share buyback program.
The Supreme Court has turned down an appeal from Christian groups that challenged a discrimination policy at California state universities.
His campaign said nearly 350,000 people gave and that 98 percent of the donations were $250 or less.
Doctors say foods that contain trans fats are risky for the heart. New research suggests these foods may also be linked to greater aggression.
Understanding how the California Public Employees’ Retirement System, (CalPERS), operates can go a long way toward devising solutions not only at home in the nation’s largest pension system, but across the country.
For more than 100 years, Californians have embraced the idea that if you don’t like the way state laws work, go out and write some of your own.
While California’s public records access laws are strong, they have a notable weakness: There’s no agency to handle appeals when requests are denied.