- Feb. 12
- Midday Edition
When it comes to language — how often do people stop and think: How did these sounds come to mean anything?
- Feb. 10
The San Diego Zoological Society is used to successful interventions when it comes to species flirting with extinction. The recovery of the California condor is just one example. But the society's conservationists are on the verge of losing a battle.
- Feb. 6
Scientists have ranked the best regions in California for entrepreneurship, and their results suggest San Diego startups remain strongest in the suburbs.
- Feb. 2
Jurors delivered guilty verdicts Monday in the trial of a San Diego man who ran a revenge porn website. But they were unable to reach verdicts on two counts.
- Feb. 2
Two scientists with UC San Diego were awarded a combined $2.7 million in grants from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine to pursue their studies on stem cell therapies.
- Jan. 30
The search comes one month after Michael Peevey stepped down as president of the powerful California Public Utilities Commission.
- Jan. 29
Kevin Bollaert is accused of posting thousands of nude and sexually explicit photos of women on his website without their permission, then setting up a second website where they paid up to $350 to get the photos taken down.
- Jan. 27
Driverless cars are coming to California. But before they get here the state must make sure they’re safe.
- Jan. 26
Robots could be in the field by next spring moving miniature hoes through baby tomato and lettuce plants.
- Jan. 23
Through a new partnership, the San Diego company behind a leading prenatal test for Down syndrome hopes to offer expectant mothers more information about their pregnancies.