Stories for September 10, 2012
Big internet retailers like Amazon are making big moves that may affect your pocketbook.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta traveled to Shanksville, Pennsylvania today to pay homage to the passengers and crew of United Flight 93, who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.
The USS Milius is slated to return home to Naval Base San Diego on September 11. The guided-missile destroyer has been on an eight-month deployment to the Western Pacific and Arabian Gulf.
Former Camp Pendleton Marine Cpl. Juan Dominguez, who lost three limbs when he stepped on a buried bomb in Afghanistan in 2010, will get the keys to his customized "smart home" in Temecula on September 11.
Go behind-the-scenes at the San Diego Zoo for a rare look at the first year of life of a baby giant panda. Zhen Zhen captivates visitors at the Zoo with her antics and charm, but she also represents hope for the future of this endangered species. "Panda Tales" combines music and fun scenes of the baby panda growing up with the science behind panda conservation efforts.
A report in the San Diego Business Journal says UT-San Diego has purchased the North County Times; UT owners deny deal is done.
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UC San Diego researchers have identified a link between brain activity and tendency toward alcohol abuse.
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A host of music industry professionals will be gathering in North Park this weekend to hold conversations and workshops with local musicians at the San Diego Music Thing. And, as you might imagine, there will also be lots and lots of music.
A new report says California faces a dire shortage of schoolteachers as the number of college students in teacher-training programs has dropped by half during the past decade.
Prince Harry has been deployed to Afghanistan - where he'll be putting the Apache helicopter training he got at Naval Air Facility El Centro to use. And just four days into his deployment, the Taliban is already threatening to kidnap or kill Capt. Harry Wales.
The San Diego Public Market is scheduled to open this week on a limited basis. It's phase-one of a larger project to transform industrial space in Barrio Logan into a community hub and tourist attraction.
The two members of the U.S. Army killed last week when their helicopter crashed in Afghanistan were, according to the Department of Defense, Chief Warrant Officer 2 Jose L. Montenegro Jr., 31, of Houston, Texas, and Chief Warrant Officer 2 Thalia S. Ramirez, 28, of San Antonio, Texas.
Monsoonal moisture and daytime heating will bring scattered thunderstorms to most parts of San Diego County today, posing a threat of flash flooding, forecasters said.
A community group that wants to see more public space on San Diego’s waterfront will appear in federal court Monday to challenge a major development on the downtown waterfront. The Navy Broadway project includes a new headquarters for the Navy's Southwest Region
A new study finds pregnant women exposed to smoke during Southern California’s 2003 wildfires had newborns with slightly lower birth weights than normal.
Yesterday, Comickaze hosted a pre-release party for San Diego-based artist and writer Batton Lash, who signed copies of his new "Supernatural Law" book, "The Monsters Meet at Court Street." Check out the video.
A neighborhood eyes the obstacles to getting skaters off the street and into the skatepark of their dreams.
In the early 1990s, President Bill Clinton promised that the North American Free Trade Agreement would create such great jobs in Mexico that Mexicans wouldn’t need to illegally immigrate here. But in the two decades since, the number of people living here illegally has nearly quadrupled.