Stories for May 17, 2011
Home Post Blog: The United States Secretary of the Navy, Ray Mabus, is headed to San Diego tomorrow to announce that a ship will be named after labor leader Cesar Chavez. But Congressman Duncan Hunter Jr., a veteran of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, released a statement to the media today to complain about the naming.
A grand jury report released today blasted San Diego public school athletic directors and coaches who are supposed to keep tabs on how athletic fields are used by "for profit" groups.
The New York attorney general is trying to bust some big banks on mortgage securities, and a Cul-de-sac is a bad place to call 911.
We'll speak to former San Diego Police Department official Norm Stamper about the recent rash of police misconduct charges. Why do you think are the reasons behind the recent misconduct accusations against SDPD officers? Have you had a bad experience with a police officer?
A recent Supreme Court decision about a California arbitration case has been called an "earthquake" for civil litigation. That story, plus a ruling against the VA and in favor of Vets with mental health issues and the scandal over Three Cups of Tea, all ahead on our Legal Update.