The City Council's Infrastructure Committee was presented with a five-year plan that identifies $3.87 billion in needs.
A consumer advocacy group filed a legal protest Thursday to the California Public Utilities Commission regarding the request by two Southern California utilities to spend approximately $4.4 billion on decommissioning the San Onofre Nuclear power plant.
More than 200 people attended the vigil at Balboa Park's House of France Thursday night.
As the year comes to a close, we look back at some of our favorite KPBS stories in 2014: the 10-year anniversary of the second Battle for Fallujah, a study that hoped to measure whether surfing is an effective cardiovascular exercise, the San Diego Opera's tumultuous year and an exhibit that explored surf board design.
As the year comes to a close, we look back at some of our favorite KPBS stories in 2014: the gluten-free product craze; cars becoming more like smartphones; a retiring San Diego cop who worked with the homeless; and a daycare center for kids whose parents are homeless.
John Robert Beyster, who founded Science Applications International Corp. in La Jolla in 1969, died Monday. He was 90.
A wind advisory will be in effect in valley and mountain areas from 10 p.m. Monday evening to 8 a.m. Wednesday.
Part of the west end of San Diego State University was hit with a power outage on Monday morning. SDSU police say a "transformer exploded" in Parking Structure 4.
In addition to picking a governor, California voters weighed in on other top state offices.
San Diego County supervisors put on hold Tuesday a vote on restricting gifts and personal recognition from organizations that receive grants through a $10 million fund that supervisors can essentially spend any way they wish, U-T San Diego reported.
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