| Dec 7, 2010
| 8:53 AM
After nearly nine decades of free service, more than 14,000 San Diego city residences could soon be paying for trash collection.
With the city's budget in crisis, Mayor Jerry Sanders has proposed cutting off residents who live on privately-owned streets....
| Dec 15, 2010
| 11:37 AM
A Carlsbad cancer survivor has filed a federal lawsuit claiming her constitutional rights were violated by an aggressive and painful airport pat-down search.
Adrienne Durso is suing the Transportation Safety Administration and the Department of Homeland...
| Dec 21, 2010
A new technology, being created in San Diego, will likely change the face of health care, according to scientists.
Life Technologies, based in Carlsbad, recently unveiled its Personal Genome Machine, a piece of equipment the size of a copy machine that...
| Dec 21, 2010
DNA testing continues to evolve and a company in Carlsbad is leading the way with the new technology.
Life Technologies, a $3 billion company and one of San Diego's largest employers, is copying and replicating DNA at their lab in North County. It is...
| Aug 30, 2010
A nursing instructor was convicted Monday of sexually assaulting three women since 2001, including one of his students at a nursing college in Vista.
Kelley Edward Edley, 41, faces nearly 10 years in prison when sentenced Oct. 12 by Vista Judge Runston...
| Jul 22, 2010
After a long day of staring at a computer at work, many people relax by staring at a different computer at home. Between spreadsheets and Facebook, our eyes are seeing more pixels than ever before.
If you spend a lot of time in front of a computer,...
| Sep 1, 2010
| 8:52 AM
More than a dozen suspected illegal immigrants were arrested early Wednesday after being dropped off by boat on a Carlsbad beach, authorities said.
About 20 people were rounded up in the vicinity of Carlsbad Boulevard, just south of Palomar Airport...
| Sep 2, 2010
Over 400 properties could be impacted by the I-5 freeway expansion, according to a report released Thursday.
The 27-mile project would stretch from La Jolla to Oceanside and affect 421 properties, according to the environmental impact report (EIR)....
| Nov 4, 2010
| 8:45 AM
To shine a positive light on immigrants, the San Diego Immigrant Consortium has put together a contest.
Ricardo Favela said people are encouraged to submit a compelling video, up to four minutes.
"We would like to hear how immigrant families work...
| Sep 19, 2010
A woman lost control of her bicycle in the left turn lane of a Carlsbad street, crossed into oncoming traffic and was killed, police said.
The woman, whose name was not released, was riding her bike around 12:15 p.m. when she entered the turn lane at the...
| Sep 21, 2010
Some area cities have made progress at reforming their employee pension plans, but a lot more needs to be done, according to a report released Tuesday by the San Diego County Taxpayers Association.
The report looked at each incorporated city within the...