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Retired Navy Admiral Among 9 Indicted In Bribery Case

Retired Navy Admiral Among 9 Indicted In Bribery Case

March 14
By Associated Press

A retired Navy admiral was among nine high-ranking military officers arrested Tuesday across the country in a burgeoning bribery scandal involving a Malaysian defense contractor nicknamed "Fat Leonard."

South Bay Mayors Call For Prioritizing Tijuana Sewage Infrastructur...

South Bay Mayors Call For Prioritizing Tijuana Sewage Infrastructure Funding After Massive Spill

March 14
By Megan Burke, Maureen Cavanaugh

Baja California's governor is expected to declare a state of emergency in response to last month's massive sewage spill in the Tijuana River.

Inmates At Donovan Prison Write About Addiction In New Play

Inmates At Donovan Prison Write About Addiction In New Play

March 14
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

The impact of addiction is the subject of two plays that will be performed by San Diego State University theater students Thursday through Sunday. One of the plays was written by inmates at Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility.

What It Means To Be ‘All Grown Up’

What It Means To Be ‘All Grown Up’

March 14
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

When did you finally feel all grown up? Was it when you got your first apartment? When you got married? Or had a baby? The New York Times best-selling author Jami Attenberg explores the topic in a new novel.

California Lawmakers Announce Plan To Reduce Student Debt

California Lawmakers Announce Plan To Reduce Student Debt

March 13
By Associated Press

Assembly Democrats on Monday proposed an extensive expansion of financial aid programs for students at California's public colleges and universities.

Many Buskers Want San Diego To Change Rules Of The Game

Many Buskers Want San Diego To Change Rules Of The Game

March 13
By Megan Burke, Maureen Cavanaugh

They're collecting signatures and some even plan to show up at the San Diego City Council meeting on Tuesday to ask for a change to the city code.

Wyatt Earp Biography Separates Myth From Reality

Wyatt Earp Biography Separates Myth From Reality

March 13
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

The Old West lawman Wyatt Earp's had his story told in at least a half-dozen movies, but the stories of Earp that have survived in pop culture are often more legend than historical fact.

First Person: Becoming The First Mexican-American Woman Federal Judge

First Person: Becoming The First Mexican-American Woman Federal Judge

March 13
By Brooke Ruth

Irma Gonzalez was one of six women inducted into the San Diego County Women's Hall of Fame earlier this month. She was the first Mexican-American woman to serve as a federal judge in the United States.

San Diego Congressional Reps Hold Town Halls

San Diego Congressional Reps Hold Town Halls

March 11
By Gina Diamante, Kenny Goldberg, Alison St John

Republicans Darrell Issa and Duncan Hunter, and Democrat Susan Davis, all held town hall meetings on Saturday.

KPBS Drought Tracker Update: Few Patches Of Drought Left In California

KPBS Drought Tracker Update: Few Patches Of Drought Left In California

March 10
By David Wagner

San Diego is currently back to being sunny and warm. But an update from the KPBS Drought Tracker shows this wet season is still shaping up to be a record-breaker for California.