Stories for July 26, 2011
Those living in affordable housing in San Diego and across California get access to the Internet and training thanks to a new program.
The University of San Diego Index of Leading Economic Indicators fell for the first time in 27 months in June. The index lost .2 of a percent of its value.
Edgar Jimenez Lugo was found guilty of organized crime, homicide, kidnapping, and drug and weapons possession. He got the maximum sentence of three years allowed for a minor.
Johnny Silva was 8 years old on March 15, 2008, when he was shot in the knee by off-duty San Diego police Officer Frank White. The $500,000 settlement was unanimously approved by the San Diego City Council without comment.
Are immigration issues in Norway feeding extremism? The attack in Norway, killing at least 76 people, sent shock waves around the world. Details about the suspected killer are still emerging but his actions appear to be motivated in part by anti-Muslim beliefs. Could something like this happen here? We'll get local reaction from San Diego's Norwegian Consul and find out how bigoted beliefs become terrorist acts.
Six firefighters have suffered minor injuries and one outbuilding has been destroyed since the fire broke out late Thursday roughly five miles east of Warner Springs.