Stories for September 12, 2012
A proposed 300-megawatt natural gas-fired power plant near the U.S.-Mexico border was unanimously approved today by the California Energy Commission.
San Diego’s city attorney says the state needs to reform how its courts handle lawsuits.
US officials say the Pentagon is moving two warships toward the Libyan coast, according to the AP.
The Spanish-language network will host candidate forums with President Obama and Mitt Romney next week. The network scheduled the events after finding out there would be no Latino moderators during the presidential debates, says host Jorge Ramos.
UC San Diego was ranked as the 38th best university in the country in the annual rankings by U.S. News & World Report and the eighth best public school.
Former Oklahoma Governor and San Diego resident David Hall writes about the most infamous part of his life and discusses the current political scene.
San Diego Unified School District students improved their performance on the California Standards Test for the seventh consecutive year, although mathematics remained an area in need of extra support, according to a presentation to the Board of Education tonight.
Fifteen Turkish nationals have left the U.S. and nine others are expected to leave soon following federal orders to leave the country for operating pedicabs illegally in downtown San Diego.