Stories for August 7, 2012
A new analysis shows that campaign committees already are spending millions of dollars on propositions for California’s November’s ballot. Amy Quinton reports from Sacramento.
New data shows employment rose in 2011 in California’s largest counties, while wages decreased.
A program that offers residents discounts on prescription drugs was renewed by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors today.
Love, heartache, fear, and nationalism all describe the difficult years of World War II. LAND GIRLS takes viewers on a narrative journey of four women all enlisted in the Britain Women’s Land Army. The young women joined the army at different places in their lives, but their friendship and bond during hard times of War is exceptional.
On a wind-swept bluff overlooking the Pacific, Robert Rivenburgh sobbed like he never had in the nearly four decades since his older brother went missing during the Vietnam War.