Content for Tuesday, December 11, 2012
- Baja & Border News Translations: Basic Education Enrollment Period Extended; New Tijuana-San Ysidro Transport Service
- RIP Ravi
- LA Times for sale
- Famous former neighbor Jason Robinson tackles ancient Roman and Greek mythology
- UCAN raising funds
- Kiwi invasion!
- Big changes at Padres flagship radio station
- Mother-in-law testifies
- Baja & Border News Translations: Police Hold Posada for Orphanage Children; Community Center Opens in Emperadores
- Baja & Border News Translations: Circus Continued as Scheduled; First Woman in BC Sentenced for Trafficking Offense
- Free online comic book class
- Will Filner cotton to Chicago moneyman's cash pitch?
- Foreigners leaving Mexico due to crime
- Out of reach
- MX stock surge
- Ready or not
- Tour de Cheesesteak: stage 9
- Less-lethal force?
News & Stories
As San Diego County’s due date for paying the first installment of property taxes loomed on December 10, an additional $150 tax bill began arriving in property owners’ mailboxes. The new per-parcel tax, sent to ...
It was our second night in Prague, and the Old City shops were closing early and making me angry. Mark, my husband, and I were delayed by my dives into shops whose proprietors had not ...
Experience Utah's arguably most scenic national park (7 hours from S.D.).
Just don’t get sidetracked in Vegas. That’s the key to arriving in Zion National Park from San Diego within a day with enough daylight left to explore the canyons. The park, located in the southwest ...
Tuesday morning, December 11, about 8:40 at the Kensington Starbucks: "What? No more big black Escalade with the entourage following you around?" Laughter at the counter. I look up and see former mayor Jerry Sanders ...
Yes, the general election was over more than a month ago. And although Carl DeMaio, Brian Bilbray, and several other candidates had to wait a few days to know their fate, 23-year old Michelle Fawcett ...