With just three weeks left to sign up under President Barack Obama's health care law, a major survey tracking the rollout finds that the uninsured rate keeps going down.
We take a look at proposed legislation that would ban SeaWorld San Diego from using orcas in entertainment shows. Assemblyman Richard Bloom, D-Santa Monica, said he was being driven by allegations ...
Sleep researcher Sara Mednick talks about how losing just one hour at Daylight Saving Time can have a big impact and her discovery on how sleep aids affect memory.
A new survey looking at the availability and marketing of tobacco, alcohol, healthy and unhealthy food products in San Diego County finds some troubling trends.
The latest numbers on income versus cost of living in San Diego finds that 38 percent of families in the region can't make ends meet.
Through her story of her own roots journey to Minkowitz, author Judith Fein said she hopes it will encourage others to make a voyage into their own heritage.
It's been 20 years since the North American Free Trade Agreement was put into place. We take a look at what it's done, what it hasn't and its future goals as talk of a Trans-Pacific Free Trade agreement picks up steam.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer said he will work with Council President Todd Gloria, whose district includes Balboa Park, on a more realistic celebration that recognizes the character and history of the park.
On his first full day in office, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer reversed a newly announced policy of deleting all city emails older than a year.
J. Craig Venter was one of the first scientists to sequence a human genome. A decade later, his company wants to push genomics forward by sequencing thousands more.
Author James Patterson says he wants to help develop the next generation of readers and is giving a financial boost to dozens of bookstores nationwide, including two in San Diego.