Stories for October 23, 2012
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Elizabeth Emken and Dianne Feinstein, the two California candidates for U.S. Senate, talk to KPBS.
California’s Secretary of State says voter registration for the November election could reach a record high.
Mexico's issues are so tightly intertwined with domestic issues, it can be tough to separate the two.
Governor Jerry Brown was in San Diego Tuesday to promote Proposition 30.
Small business groups in California are some of the leading opponents of Governor Jerry Brown’s November tax initiative. But the vast majority of California small businesses make less than the $250,000 a year income that would be subject to Prop 30.
This special celebrates beloved television icon and entertainment pioneer Ellen DeGeneres, the latest recipient of The Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. From the stage of The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., some of the biggest names in comedy salute the 15th recipient of the humor prize.
Two Camp Pendleton Marines were arrested for allegedly shooting out the windows of several Laguna Beach businesses and vehicles this past weekend.
California Governor Jerry Brown said he thinks Congressman Bob Filner can handle the job of mayor.
Five members of the U.S. Air Force have made the qualifying pool to compete in the first-ever military tournament for the game show Jeopardy! And Alex Trebek was there to help with the audition.
The city of San Diego will have budget surpluses over the next five fiscal years, but some uncertainties cloud the picture, according to a report to be presented tomorrow to the City Council's Budget Committee.
For decades the Haskie family has taken tourists to see dinosaur tracks and fossils on their land outside of Tuba City. Now the Navajo Nation plans to preserve them.
The protests of accused USS Cole bomber Abd al Rahim Hussayn Muhammad al-Nashiri have been ignored by a tribunal judge, who ordered the alleged terrorist to appear in court Wednesday despite his failure to appear today. The trial is taking place at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
A city of San Diego lifeguard who rescued a suspected illegal immigrant from a Tijuana River Valley drainpipe during a flood received a national award for valor at today's City Council meeting.
Short sales are up, and default notices are down in San Diego. Can we see a rebound for real estate around the corner, or will real improvement prove elusive?
A mistake on the ballot for the City of San Diego may lead voters to believe they have more options than they actually do.
Arlington National Cemetery has released a new smart phone application that gives visitors an easier way to find gravesites and learn more about Arlington's history.
The San Diego City Council will require less parking for affordable housing developments to reduce costs and encourage alternative transportation.
The Commander of U.S. Naval Forces Japan, Rear Adm. Dan Cloyd, apologized to the people of Okinawa for the alleged rape of a Japanese woman by two Navy sailors on October 16.
The minds that brought us the "Matrix" films brings another epic, "Cloud Atlas." And yes, you'll have to see it more than once. (Opens everywhere October 26.) Check out the audio review!
Fifty sirens will sound in the communities around the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station Wednesday as part of an annual test, plant operators announced today.
The deadline to register to vote and mail in absentee ballots is fast approaching. The Friday before an election is the last possible day to apply for an absentee ballot. Each battalion in the Marine Corps has a voting representative. The voting officer’s job is to ensure Marines know how to vote and have the opportunity to do so.
Mexico was not mentioned in last night's presidential debate on foreign policy. Here are three topics we wish they covered.
Pouncing with gusto, Obama gave Romney little quarter over the GOP rival's repeated criticism that the U.S. Navy is too small and has fewer ships than it did in 1916. "Well, Governor, we also have fewer horses and bayonets," Obama said, painting Romney as out of touch and arguing the nature of America's military has changed. "We have these things called 'aircraft carriers,' and planes land on them."
Crews have repaired a pipe that leaked flammable hydrogen gas at the San Onofre nuclear power plant and officials say there was no danger to the public.
U-T San Diego reporters and former staffers complain that Doug Manchester's boosterism and strident editorials are dimming the paper's heft.
The two presidential candidates pursued different strategies Monday night. Obama was consistently on the attack regarding matters both foreign and domestic. Romney sought to appear presidential and avoid any inference that he was eager for war.