Stories for September 16, 2011
"Mass casualties" were reported at an air show after a plane crashed Friday into an area in front of a grandstand at the National Championship Air Races and Air Show in Reno, Nevada, a spokesman for the show told CNN.
The governor is struggling to find a tax proposal that can win the support of California voters.
Such material can lead to bad calls by intelligence officials and further shatter trust in the bureau.
Cpl. Michael J. Dutcher was killed in the Helmand Province of Afghanistan yesterday.
While overall crime rates in the San Diego area continued to decline, the number of homicides reported in the region in the first half of this year went up.
A new report reveals lung cancer rates have declined nationwide, led by California and other western states.
California schools are turning away middle and high school students who have not received the whooping cough vaccine.
Three thieves armed with pistols robbed a jewelry store at the Fashion Valley mall today, authorities reported.
An immigration audit of employees at Escondido Disposal,Inc., found that a quarter of the Edco workforce did not have proper documentation; a major ruling in a legal battle over religious classroom banners in a Rancho Penasquitos high school; and fallout including lawsuits and damage claims, from the recent blackout.
In this special, viewers share in the four-decade career of Peter Yarrow, Noel Paul Stookey and Mary Travers. It features rare archival performances of songs that energized the spirit of the nation’s cultural and political renaissance, including “Blowin’ in the Wind,” “The Times They Are A-Changin’,” “Lemon Tree,” “Puff, the Magic Dragon,” “Wedding Song,” “Light One Candle,” “Leaving on a Jet Plane,” and anthems like “If I Had a Hammer.” Woven together with the varied musical performances are poignant comments from Peter, Paul and Mary, Pete Seeger, Richie Havens, Ronnie Gilbert of the Weavers and legendary record producer Phil Ramone, among others.
A deal has been struck to limit the size of one of California's largest trash dumps.
For the fourth time, the Oceanside Museum of Art will host an exhibition of tattoo art. This year the focus will be on traditional Americana-style tattoo art. Listen to my feature on the exhibit or watch a video of the artists talking about their work And check out my tattoo-themed film recommendations.