Stories for June 27, 2011
Residences in California will be required to have working carbon monoxide detectors as of Friday, July 1st.
The U.S. Supreme Court announced today it would not hear the case of Staff Sgt. Dean Witt, who died after a military doctors botched his appendectomy, according to the Stars and Stripes. The Supreme Court’s decision means the Feres Doctrine will remain the law of the land, as it has been since 1950.
Ousted Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich said he is disappointed and stunned after he was found guilty of 17 of 20 charges in his corruption retrial. He spoke only briefly, after saying that one thing he'd learned was not to talk so much.
A data breach at the California Department of Public Health has officials pledging to beef up security. The agency says the personal information up nearly 9,000 has been compromised.
The Supreme Court on Monday struck down a California law banning the sale of violent video games to children, saying it ran afoul of the First Amendment right to free speech.
The Coalition says it was easy to redraw the lines to give minorities a better chance to be represented.
When your school district depends on student attendance for funding, some go to great lengths to make sure they show up.