Stories for March 10, 2013
Two temporary bus lines will shuttle passengers across North County for the next two-to-four months, as light rail passenger service on Sprinter trains will be disrupted due to emergency brake repairs, transit agency officials said today.
EL CAJON, Calif. (AP) -- Officials in San Diego County say a 42-year-old man fell to the bottom of a 35-foot well where he spent two hours before being pulled out unconscious.
An estimated 80,000 American prisoners spend 23 hours a day in closed isolation units for 10, 20 or even more than 30 years.
Our country needs more people with science, math, and engineering degrees -- at least, that is common refrain among politicians and educators.
Maryland is about to become the 18th state to abolish the death penalty.
Under sequestration, U.S. Customs and Border Protection is slated to have $500 million slashed from its budget. Border authorities warn this is already making for longer waits. But their warnings don’t seem to pan out.
Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky launched a nationwide conversation last week with his 13-hour filibuster of the president's nominee to lead the CIA.
There are only about 1,000 people of pure Hawaiian descent left in the world, but island residents are cooking up an idea to keep native island culture from fading away. The key ingredient? Reviving a starchy food called poi.