Stories by Patty
A new report introduced to a U.S. Senate committee contends the steam generators at San Onofre are in much worse shape than publicly acknowledged. This comes just weeks before Southern California Edison, which runs the plant, is expected to submit a letter to federal regulators outlining the root causes of the tube failure.
Former Oklahoma Governor and San Diego resident David Hall writes about the most infamous part of his life and discusses the current political scene.
News that Southern California Edison is laying off 730 employees at the San Onofre nuclear power plant has many questioning what the future holds for the idle plant. Both reactors have been offline since January, when leaks were found inside tubes that carry radioactive water through the steam generators. We take a look.
Starting today, young undocumented immigrants in San Diego County are eligible for legal status under a new federal program that allows immigrants who arrived in the United States as children to stay in the country legally for two years. We hear from a local student who is applying and an immigration attorney.
Health care reform is already full steam ahead in California. It will affect everyone -- whether you have health insurance or not. Employers are beginning to take stock of how the Affordable Care Act will affect them. What they decide will affect employees. And, what options will thousands of San Diegans who can't currently afford health insurance have?