Stories for April 5, 2012
A pot of money left over from the elimination of California redevelopment agencies is up for grabs. Some lawmakers want to use it for affordable housing projects. Others say it should help balance the state budget.
It's that time of year again -- tax time. But this year, your federal and California income tax returns aren't due until April 17th.
A new report from a major environmental group says California is one of the leading states in preparing for the effects of climate change.
From breakthrough hits like “Cowboy” and “Bawitdaba” to his recent anthems “Born Free” and “Rock n Roll Jesus” (tossing in a bit of Elvis’s “Burning Love” for good measure), the Detroit rocker gave the invitation-only audience of 300 a definitive look at a remarkable career -- from inside the walls of rock-and-roll’s greatest landmark. Recorded November 28, 2011, Elvis Presley’s Automobile Museum at Graceland, Memphis, Tenn.
Three high school students were hospitalized early today following a rollover crash on state Route 52 that left two teens dead, authorities said.
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has some unsolicited advice for presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on appealing to women voters.
Transitioning from the strict regimen of military life to a civilian education or career track is a daunting challenge for many veterans. San Diego State University is building on its reputation as a veteran-friendly campus with a program that tries to smooth the road from the military to civilian work.