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.
San Diego is home to a new center that will help researchers better understand the composite materials used to build airplanes.
Senator Barbara Boxer calls on the NRC to push more aggressively for safety improvements at nuclear power plants, specifically San Onofre
California Governor Jerry Brown has signed legislation that he called the biggest rollback to public pension benefits in the state’s history.
If you’ve got a balance on your Amazon gift card you’d better start spending it now. Starting Saturday, Amazon and other out–of-state retailers will begin collecting sales taxes on California purchases.
US officials say the Pentagon is moving two warships toward the Libyan coast, according to the AP.
As the November elections draw closer, campaigns everywhere are focused on how to get more voters to turn out at the polls. A new study from UC San Diego suggests peer pressure through Facebook could do just that.
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.
Veterans with combat injuries that prevent them from naturally conceiving a baby would be able to get additional fertility assistance from the VA under a bill cleared today by the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee.
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.
A homeless man was arrested on suspicion of arson today after he allegedly set 16 fires in commercial trash bins and coffee carts in Hillcrest and downtown San Diego.
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Former Oklahoma Governor and San Diego resident David Hall writes about the most infamous part of his life and discusses the current political scene.
The budget signed this summer by Gov. Jerry Brown cut more than $500 million from California courts. The first round of cuts to San Diego Superior courts have now taken place.
The man who committed suicide Tuesday at Camp Pendleton's Marine Memorial Golf Course was a retired sailor, according to NCIS investigators.
A local artist's work honors the approximately 120,000 Japanese-Americans who were interned during World War II, an event often forgotten by many.
Any attempt to expand the "Space Available Flight" program - which provides free flights to active-duty and retired military - would actually hurt the ability of troops to find space on available flights, according to a GAO report.
In response to the murder of U.S. Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens and four other Americans, a team of Marines has been deployed to Libya to secure the consulate.
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.
Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans were killed in the attack on the U.S. consulate by protesters angry over a film that ridiculed Islam's Prophet Muhammad, the White House says.
Kids need someone to help them get through life, especially if they live in a wheelchair. A Del Mar-based non-profit has launched a program that pairs kids in wheel chairs with a disabled adult mentor.