Stories for January 4, 2012
Scripps Mercy Hospital is scheduled to open its new state-of-art expanded emergency room and trauma center next week.
U.S Customs and Border Protection officers say they're catching more people along the border who are fleeing from the law.
Great Performances: Herbie Hancock, Gustavo Dudamel And The Los Angeles Philharmonic Celebrate Gershwin
GREAT PERFORMANCES re-teams with the LA Philharmonic and its dynamic music director, Gustavo Dudamel, for a third opening night gala concert showcasing the bravura conducting style and interpretive gifts that have made Dudamel an international sensation. The concert’s all-Gershwin repertoire will include "An American in Paris," "Rhapsody in Blue" and a solo performance of “Someone to Watch Over Me,” spotlighting the virtuoso jazz piano of special guest Herbie Hancock.
Now that the dust has settled after California's redevelopment decision, what does the end of redevelopment funds mean for affordable housing in San Diego?
Follow host Jorge Meraz as we experience the famous Rosarito-Ensenada Bike Race and its colorful riders. Then see the little known and secluded Rincon Tropical resort with a mini-zoo, go carts, and beautiful scenery. Then follow Jorge as he has a ball at the R/C airplane field where we see local aviation enthusiasts maneuver their remote control airplanes. And finally take a visit to Suzanne's restaurant, an American experience with a foreign flavor.
Housing Consultant Gary London says pent-up demand and restrictions on building will bring San Diego a housing shortage, especially for single-family homes.