Stories for September 7, 2011
The governor says parents know best when it comes to whether or not kids should wear helmets on the slopes.
The Camp Pendleton Navy medic who base officials say made a bomb threat has turned himself in. Camp Pendleton spokesman Master Sgt. Mark Oliva tells Fox News that 22-year-old Daniel Morgan surrendered at a base hospital.
A man botched an attempt to rob a convenience store today while wearing a full-figured Gumby costume.
San Clemente High School was evacuated today after a Navy Officer based at Camp Pendleton allegedly made a bomb threat.
Rachel Ortiz is the founder and director of Barrio Station, a youth program that saves the lives of thousands of troubled young people by offering them alternatives to delinquency. Ms. Ortiz lives her life with a passion for justice and a commitment to youth advocacy. Ms. Ortiz is a recipient of numerous awards, including the César Chávez Humanitarian Award, California Legislature's Women of the Year and the Aztec Achievement Award.
Richard Nares is the executive director of the Emilio Nares Foundation (ENF), which he founded along with his wife Diane in 2003 after losing their son Emilio to leukemia. Mr. Nares turned the tragic experience into a program that assists children fighting cancer throughout Southern California. Under his direction, the Emilio Nares Foundation serves as a resource center providing various community services including transportation, healthy meals, financial assistance and staffing for two Family Resource Centers at Rady Children’s Hospital.