The history of San Diego and Junipero Serra date back to the first mission he founded. On the eve of his canonization, reaction is mixed to the Spanish missionary and his legacy.
The race between California Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins and state Sen. Marty Block may have local and statewide implications.
The San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation said avoiding a high-tech worker exodus will be beneficial to the local economy.
Pope Francis arrives in the U.S. this week. But what does the historic visit mean for the one million Catholics in San Diego and Imperial counties?
- Sept. 18
The San Diego Unified School Board President is in some hot water. Women Marines fighting for combat-readiness. The California Public Utilities Commission has a new chair, if that makes a difference. San Diego County Supervisors want nuclear waste out of San Onofre — now.
Thursday's lecture wraps up a year-long look at the park, mostly through a variety of historical perspectives. Tonight's event is different in that if focuses on the future, and how best to preserve the park for coming generations.
A new ballot initiative is being proposed in California to end the state's death penalty. Initiative supporters have to collect more than 365,000 signatures in 180 days to get the measure on the November 2016 ballot.
- Sept. 17
- Midday Edition
San Diego Opera brings back rising star Rene Barbera for a solo recital this Saturday at the Balboa Theater.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to ask the federal government to remove and relocate nuclear waste being stored at the shuttered San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.
California Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins (D-San Diego) joined Midday Edition Wednesday to discuss wrapping up the 2015 regular legislative session and her future plans as she plans to end her term in state office.