What's On Now
The wife of one U.S. Marine officer who has served since 2000 has documented her family's experience during his multiple deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan.
- Aug. 26
- By Nina Garin
The beloved film about rocket science is adapted into a family-friendly, 'wholesome' musical.
The state reached a $252,000 settlement with two contractors over the companies' unlawful evictions of 18 military service members and their families from private military housing in San Diego and Orange counties.
- June 30
- By City News Service
Thanks to a Department of Defense grant, 30 aging portable classrooms at Hancock and Miller elementary schools will be replaced. The project will also fund better air conditioning, new sidewalks and other improvements.
- May 30
- By Erik Anderson
People of all ages gathered at Star Park in Coronado Monday for a solemn remembrance of those who died while serving their country.
Instead of calling a hotline, more teens are contacting the National Runaway Safeline through email, chat and other online tools.
- May 2
- By Alison St John
Camp Pendleton hosted a reunion over the weekend for the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, which suffered more casualties during the war in Afghanistan than any other Marine unit.
- April 25
- By Matt Hoffman
This year MLB charities and the San Diego Padres will donate nearly $5 million to local projects and charities under the All-Star Legacy Initiative.
The stories of teenagers feeling trapped inside bodies that are not theirs often have unhappy endings. But the case of San Diego's Sam Moehlig is different.
Richard Louv, whose New York Times best-seller introduced the concept of nature deficit, is out with a new book with tips to reverse that deficit.
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