- East County hit by 700 lightning strikes (UT San Diego)
- Is boy, 10, competent to stand trial in killing? (UT San Diego)
- Ailing nuke plant, San Onofre, may restart by 2013 (AP News)
- $4 billion in unpaid hospital bills (Voice of San Diego)
- Teen wins $25,000 for science fair project (UT San Diego)
- Editorial: Is a sequel of Enron scandal scamming state? (Sacramento Bee)
- Most California for-profit colleges lose Cal Grants (Sacramento Bee)
- Cal-State reaches tentative agreement with faculty (Sacramento Bee)
- Gov.. Brown: Earth’s future more important than preserving East County Vistas (La Mesa Patch)
- Californians consume 4th lowest amount of energy in nation (Scoop San Diego)
- Scientists looking for large local quake (KPBS)
- Leaue of California Cities touts openness but shuns disclosure requirements (Reader)
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January 13, 2012 -- Grossmont College is looking for former students, faculty and staff members who met their spouses at Grossmont College. The couples who respond to college officials will be invited to attend a free pre-Valentine’s Day reception to be held on Friday, Feb. 10 at the El Cajon campus. The event is one of several the college is planning as part of its year-long 50th anniversary celebration through June 2012. The reception will feature refreshments and live music, including love songs from the past five decades.