Thursday, October 30, 2014
3 San Diegans being monitored for Ebola, Nurse refusing quarantine
Taking a look at Proposition 45
Proposition 45 would put the state's insurance commissioner in charge of accepting or rejecting rate hikes for health insurance.
Councilwoman Donna Frye weighs in on tight congressional race
The Associated Press calls it "the craziest congressional race in the country," and the zaniness continued Wednesday as another political figure weighed in.
Cal State San Marcos students voice concerns over sexual assaults
Students say they're dissatisfied with the efforts administrators have made to stop the increasing number of crimes.
Pickup hits, kills toddler on Vista street
The child wandered away from her home onto York Drive around 6:10 p.m. and was struck by a Ford F-150 driven by a 53-year-old woman, according to California Highway Patrol Officer Jim Bettencourt
Giants take World Series in Game 7
With both starters chased early, this became a matchup of bullpens. And no one stood taller than the 6-foot-5 Madison Bumgarner, who added to his postseason legacy with a third victory this Series.
$1M grant will double free WiFi access in Balboa Park
In addition, the grant will support a new initiative to use interactive kiosks and smartphone apps to enhance the visitor experience at Balboa Park as it approaches its 100th birthday, they said.
San Diego-based destroyer departs Friday
A detachment from Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron 35, based at Naval Air Station North Island, will accompany the ship.
Popular coffee chain may open at San Diego library
If approved by the full City Council at a future meeting, The Living Room would operate a cafe in a plaza area in front of the facility, which opened just over a year ago.
State withdraws plan to place sex offender in Borrego Springs
Authorities said Snavely will remain at Coalinga State Hospital pending further court hearings. The public will be notified when another site location has been identified.