Stories for July 13, 2012
A temporary restraining order that halted the city of San Diego's implementation of a voter-approved pension reform initiative does not apply to nonunion municipal employees, a judge ruled today.
Medieval York and Georgian Bath - easy side-trips from London - pack an exciting pair of sightseeing punches. Travel expert Rick Steves explores Roman hot springs, cruises quiet canals, marvels at England's finest Gothic church and gets a surprising dose of Viking history as he enjoys England's easy urban delights.
A wild deer mouse trapped in north Escondido during routine monitoring tested positive for the potentially deadly hantavirus, San Diego County vector control officials announced today.
Three former and current Sweetwater Union High School District board members charged with trading contract votes for gifts withdrew their motion to recuse District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis from prosecuting the case today when a judge refused to give them more time to investigate whether the prosecution was politically motivated.
AUSTIN CITY LIMITS continues its longstanding tradition of showcasing the best of original American music. In this episode, country music superstar Kenny Chesney hits the AUSTIN CITY LIMITS stage for a tour through his greatest hits including “Living in Fast Forward,” “Summertime” and “Out Last Night.”
Two drug-smuggling tunnels outfitted with lighting and ventilation systems were discovered along the U.S.-Mexico border, the latest signs that cartels are building sophisticated passages to escape heightened surveillance on land.
Stand Down is an intervention specifically for veterans by veterans to curb homelessness.