Stories for August 17, 2012
Finding a safe place to sleep just got a little harder for homeless people living in San Diego County. Last month Cornerstone Christian Church opened its parking lot for people to sleep overnight in their cars, but the City of Vista said the program is required to have costly permits and undergo public hearings in order to continue.
A San Diego resident was one of the seven members of the military who was killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan Thursday.
It looks like California's economic recovery is continuing its strong pace, as the state added 25,000 new jobs last month.
For the first time, public television audiences will have the opportunity to experience the reknown Vienna Boys’ Choir as you’ve never seen them before. The world-renowned boys’ choir presents performances featured in the internationally acclaimed film "Silk Road." The feature length film “Silk Road” was released in 2010 in 30 countries. The boys take you on a musical journey through time and space. Experience the music through the eyes of these gifted boys and through director Curt Faudon’s unique, sumptuous cinematography.
There’s been a thaw at San Diego City Hall. The city’s reached a tentative interim agreement with its labor unions on a 401(k) plan. That means a hiring freeze will soon be lifted.