Stories for August 28, 2012
With energy at a premium, local businesses are conserving. U.S. Department of Energy officials were in San Diego today to check out recent energy efficient upgrades at the Marriott La Jolla hotel.
School menus are getting revamped across San Diego County thanks to federal push for healthier meals.
California Governor Jerry Brown has announced a deal that would make some major changes to the state’s under-funded pension system.
A controversial bill that would make it easier to for survivors of police and firefighters to collect workers’ compensation benefits passed the Assembly Tuesday.
From campaigning for the November election to dropping off a daughter at college on the other side of the country to recuperating from hip surgery, San Diego's elected officials have been mostly mixing business and pleasure during their long August recess.
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. Season three includes five episodes.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday announced systematic reforms to California's badly underfunded public pension system that he says will save taxpayers billions of dollars over time, but he also was unable to persuade his fellow Democrats to give him some of the fundamental changes he had sought.
All employees at California colleges would be required by law to report suspected child sexual abuse under a bill approved by the state Senate.
Four U.S. soldiers stationed at Fort Stewart Army base in Georgia planned to assassinate President Obama and overthrow the government, according to prosecutors in the case. The four soldiers allegedly murdered a former Army comrade and his girlfriend for knowing too much about their anti-government militia.
A San Diego tax attorney accused of promoting tax fraud schemes that helped clients evade income taxes and circumvent pension-plan rules has been permanently barred from providing tax advice and preparing federal tax returns for others, the Justice Department announced today.