- June 16
Following the news of baseball legend Tony Gwynn's death, many shared their thoughts and memories of "Mr. Padre" on social media.
- June 13
For some students in San Diego's South Bay, a special alternative high school graduation represents a second chance.
- June 13
- Midday Edition
It didn't take long for a judge to dismiss tenure and other teacher job protections in California or for Sunni militants to overrun Mosul and head toward Baghdad. It may take some time, though, to fill all the managerial vacancies at the North County Transit District.
- June 12
Patricia Campbell is one of two students of Muir College's 1967 class to participate in the commencement ceremony
- June 10
- Evening Edition
Los Angeles County Superior Court judge Tuesday ruled in favor of nine students who sued the state saying tenure and seniority policies have made it virtually impossible to fire bad teachers.
- June 9
The researchers concentrated on a protein, called ANT2, that they believe causes diabetes in fat people.
- June 5
A group of California-based Vietnam veterans is protesting UCLA's selection of actress Jane Fonda as the graduation speaker for the university's School of Theater, Film and Television. The group's "Vets Boycotting Hanoi Jane Fonda" Facebook page has garnered more than 42,000 likes.
- June 5
Nearly 1 in 4 children in San Diego County rely on school food programs to get a daily meal, which means when school is out, they go hungry.
- June 4
Kevin Beiser finished ahead of challenger Amy C. Redding in the primary, though both candidates advanced to the general election.
- June 3
School lunches are back in the spotlight this summer as districts try to comply with new nutrition rules. Meanwhile, Muslim residents in City Heights are calling for school cafeterias to offer foods that fit their religious guidelines.