Stories for September 6, 2012
Gov. Jerry Brown's travel ban has saved California taxpayers at least $85 million since he took office, state officials announced Thursday.
Starting tomorrow, all San Diego Superior Court business offices will close at noon on Fridays.
City Attorney Jan Goldsmith endorsed Councilman Carl DeMaio for mayor today, calling him someone who can take the city of San Diego "to the next step.''
Annual tests of inmates in San Diego county jails indicate well over half the people brought into custody test positive for illegal drugs.
The city of San Diego doesn’t have much power over the local school board. But a lot of voters have kids in school, so it becomes an issue politicians weigh in on.
Environmental advocates say the best thing that can be said about California’s recent legislative session is that major environmental laws weren’t gutted.
Despite a recent court ruling allowing California to continue chemical treatments to control an invasive moth, environmental groups say they're still concerned.
PBS is bound for Broadway with a three-part documentary series that tracks the real-life stories of America’s top high school musical performers, vying in the ultimate competition to find the nation’s best young theater stars. Part competition, part performance and part non-fiction drama, the event starts in regional theatrical programs, where judges around the country select the best performers in the country.
The Art San Diego Contemporary Art Fair is the place for galleries and artists to vie for the attention of local art collectors. This is the fourth year for the fair, which has changed locations three times. KPBS arts reporter Angela Carone says the art fair will be held in the city’s cultural heart - Balboa Park - in a little-known building used for competitive badminton.