Stories for September 18, 2012
A state and federal investigation has yielded charges against the people considered ringleaders in the effort to get financial aid even though they weren’t attending school.
An effort by California’s campaign finance watchdog to regulate paid political bloggers is being put on hold until after the November election.
The city's teachers agreed Tuesday to return to the classroom after more than a week on the picket lines, ending a spiteful stalemate with Mayor Rahm Emanuel that put teacher evaluations and job security at the center of a national debate about the future of public education.
The city and county of San Diego were awarded more than $66,000 in state grants to make sure landfills, recyclers and other solid waste handlers are properly permitted and following regulations.
A low-cost, state-backed program aimed at getting commercial property owners to invest in energy-saving projects was begun today in San Diego County.
Skateboarders in City Heights skate wherever they can, in hopes that a skatepark will someday be built in their neighborhood.
Folks from the military, law enforcement, and medical fields will soon be experts in how to deal with the undead, thanks to next month's Counter-Terrorism Summit in San Diego, put on by a private security firm. The HALO Corporation will bring in a crop of zombies to the five-day event to train first-responders how to deal with a possible future zombie threat.