Stories for May 8, 2012
San Diego County’s budget for next year is smaller than this year’s, but it includes more than 270 new employees.
An environmental advocacy group released a report today finding a common pesticide is contributing to the collapse of honeybee colonies. Bee losses have averaged 30 percent annually for the last four years, double what's normal.
Two democrats in the state senate say they’ve found a way to keep up to 50 of the 70 California parks slated to close off the chopping black.
A two-block street in Hillcrest will be renamed in honor of slain gay rights leader Harvey Milk, following a unanimous vote today by the San Diego City Council.
California's cash picture looks bleak in the latest report from the State Controller's office. April revenues came in nearly $2.5 billion below projections.
California officials want a federal judge to end oversight of prison medical care in 30 days. That's the thrust of documents filed with the federal judge who seized control of state prison health care nearly a decade ago.
A bill aimed at increasing access to abortion in California has been shelved for the year.
Authorities have identified a body found off Baja California as the missing skipper of an American yacht destroyed during a race last month.
A proposed $4.77 billion spending plan for the 2012-13 fiscal year is scheduled to be presented today to the San Diego County Board of Supervisors.