Stories for August 21, 2012
Students applying for college would not have to surrender their social media user names and passwords under a bill just sent to California Governor Jerry Brown.
The California Senate has approved a two-year extension of tax credits for the film and television industry.
An economic forecast out today says California’s unemployment rate will drop to single digits this time next year, sooner than originally predicted.
The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch for San Diego County mountains and deserts today, due to the possibility of thunderstorms over wildfire-denuded backcountry.
One of the most surprising films I've seen in a long time, "Killer Joe," lives up to its simple, raw title and blows away my expectations (opens at Landmark Hillcrest August 17).
The Poway Unified School District board and superintendent spent almost two hours Monday evening making their case for the controversial bond deal that has catapulted their district into national headlines and divided a community more used to admiration for its local schools than outrage at its methods.
A major credit rating agency says it’s concerned more California cities will file for bankruptcy. But a local economist says San Diego isn’t likely to be one of them.