Stories for May 4, 2012
Mexico's two major television channels plan to air a championship soccer match on Sunday instead of a live debate among the country's presidential candidates.
Southern California Edison plans to ask federal regulators later this month if it can restart the San Onofre nuclear power plant in June. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission wants a final conclusion on the cause of the problems in troubled steam generators before the plant can go back on line.
The San Diego Padres are recognizing a local hero before tonight's game against the Marlins.
Host Christopher Kimball visits a Boston fishmonger to discover the truth about farm-raised salmon. Then, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make perfect Glazed Salmon. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of tuna. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Baked Sole Fillets with Herbs and Bread Crumbs.
It now looks more likely that California voters will see three different tax measures on the November ballot. Backers of an initiative that would close a tax exemption for out-of-state businesses turned in their signatures Friday.
A proposed $4.77 billion spending plan for the 2012-13 fiscal year will be presented to the San Diego County Board of Supervisors next week.
A former nurse, a high school dropout and a second-generation staff member were named today as the San Diego Unified School District's Teachers of the Year.
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The death of Junior Seau by suicide left many asking why and what role the sport of professional football played, if any. UCSD student Daniel Chong's ordeal of deprivation while in DEA custody has infuriated legislators and made national news. And the federal government's report on the September, 2011, blackout names the usual suspect -- lack of communication.
J.R. Martinez, the injured Iraq War veteran who gained a national following by winning "Dancing with the Stars" last year, is a new father. His girlfriend gave birth to their daughter Lauryn Anabelle this week.
A California congressman says the San Onofre nuclear power plant won't resume operations until it's "absolutely safe." Dana Rohrabacher toured the plant on Thursday.
Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney had been getting some attention for his critique that the president was politicizing the anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death. That is, until Obama flew to Afghanistan, signed an international agreement and addressed the troops and the nation.
Former Camp Pendleton Marine Gary Stein, who was kicked out of the Corps for writing anti-Obama Facebook posts, says he is suing the branch of the military in which he served for nine years.
Today’s foodie culture has everyone talking about food and where it comes from. But it’s not just the food that makes the dining experience special. It’s also the ambiance and design of a restaurant.
Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul is scheduled to speak at a town hall at UC San Diego this evening.
The family of late former San Diego Chargers linebacker Junior Seau will be donating his brain to science to help determine whether repeated trauma suffered by football players leads to depression, it was reported today.
The first center in California to focus solely on improving the health of mother and baby opened in San Diego this week.
Students from around the country wrap up a trip around the world as they dock in San Diego harbor.
A tentative ruling says Southern California Edison does not need the same independent review of earthquake studies near San Onofre as other studies involving Diablo Canyon, a nuclear power plant farther north. But scientists who will conduct the research say they plan to make the evidence public.
Activists launched a national campaign asking the Justice Department to investigate the 2010 death of Anastasio Hernandez Rojas.