Stories for February 15, 2013
Health committees in both houses of the California legislature will hear bills this week that would codify key aspects of the Affordable Care Act into state law.
California almond growers may not have enough honey bees to pollinate this year’s crop.
When Superstorm Sandy hit Island Beach State Park -- one of the last remnants of New Jersey's barrier island ecosystem -- it flattened the dunes, pushing all that sand hundreds of feet inland.
Richard Kessinger loves to hit the gym. But some days he needs a little something to get him pumped up for his weightlifting routine.
It's been a rough voyage for the cruise-line industry in the past few years.
The six women killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School by a gunman who also murdered 20 children were honored with posthumous Presidential Citizens Medals today at the White House.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Cardinal Roger Mahony, the former Roman Catholic archbishop of Los Angeles, will be deposed this month for a clergy abuse lawsuit set for trial in April.
As Washington debates changing the immigration system, the demand for immigration attorneys has already jumped, even without new laws in place.
SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A trough of low pressure digging down on the west coast sent strong westerly winds sweeping across the mountains and deserts of San Diego County today.
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Parents of a soldier who died after taking a dietary supplement called Jack3d (pronounced 'jacked') have sued the makers and retailer for wrongful death.
The lives of the 26 people murdered by Adam Lanza at Sandy Hook Elementary School last December were eulogized and celebrated after the tragedy. But many discussions about Lanza's first victim, his mother, Nancy, were marked by both sympathy and suspicion, particularly as the news emerged that she had taken her son to shooting ranges.