Content for Tuesday, April 9, 2013
- Jefferson: Most unemployed lawyers AND most indebted
- Mexicali received highest number of deportees in 2012
- Accuser in alleged abuse trial is asked to explain the other video
- Lickona finally in on the joke
- TV Girl release interactive video to "Girls Like Me"
- Tilted Kilt: Go for the beans!
- Digital Gym open for business
- Future Jazz: telematics at UCSD
- Padres Opening Day: Dragon’s Den Vs. Tilted Kilt
- A closer look at the poster for Iron Man 3
- Best events in San Diego: April 12-17
- Death imitates art
- Soros-backed group funds four local nonprofits
- Dumanis draws first re-election opponent
- City and Police Chief sued for civil rights violations at Children's Pool in La Jolla
- Kelly's Pub
- For The Roses
- Crime in Baja California Sur
- The View from TBL3—Part 2
- Edison pushes for quick approval of plan for June 1 restart at San Onofre
News & Stories
Jeep and taxi used.
About a year ago, a good friend in Tijuana took his two young sons to a taco stand for a mid-morning meal. When he returned to his mini-van about 15 minutes later, he discovered that ...
Antebellum homes adorn the banks of the Mississippi above New Orleans.
Louisiana’s Great River Road is actually two historic corridors reaching seventy miles from New Orleans to beyond Baton Rouge on either side of the Mississippi. First Spanish, then French, and finally Creole landowners built their ...
Who can say no to soccer?
During public comment at the March Sweetwater Union High School board meeting, Jacqueline King, a resident of Chula Vista who has worked in real estate development for 36 years, addressed the trustees regarding the district’s ...
I found Bianca Poletti enjoying the San Diego weather while sipping tea outside Rebecca's Coffee shop in South Park. The 26-year-old recently moved to Seattle where she works as a visual merchandiser for the popular ...