Stories for October 27, 2011
California Governor Jerry Brown thinks most public pension systems in the state could use an overhaul. He’s proposing a plan that would trim pensions and save government money.
Moody's Investors Service lowered the credit rating of the San Diego Unified School District's general obligation bonds today and gave the district a "negative'' financial outlook.
The federal EPA is giving $357,000 to programs aimed at protecting the health of children in California’s Central Valley.
The southern California representative has sponsored 20 private bills in the past three legislative sessions, more than anyone else in the House of Representatives.
The San Diego Asian Film Festival concludes this Friday. Here are some final recommendations, including a Philippine rock and roll film, "Rakenrol," and encores of "A Boy and His Samurai" and the extreme "Cold Fish." All films screen tonight and tomorrow at the UltraStar Mission Valley Theaters at Hazard Center.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduled today at the site of a transitional housing facility for teenagers who have aged out of the county foster system.
The U.S. economy grew modestly over the summer after nearly stalling in the first six months of the year, lifted by stronger consumer spending and greater business investment.