Stories for July 23, 2012
A high stakes battle over Proposition 32 on California’s November ballot is underway.
Fewer California homes were repossessed during the second-quarter, according to new data out Monday.
The recent shooting at the Friday premiere of "The Dark Knight Rises" in Aurora, CO has raised questions yet again about the violence we see in our entertainment. Can the violent images readily available in the media influence people to commit violent acts or can the fantasy violence provide a catharsis for some individuals? Does the massacre say more about the violent entertainment we see or about gun control laws?
A school district in San Diego County is asking voters to approve $66 million in bonds to modernize its aging buildings - even though residents have rejected four previous attempts.
A resolution opposing looming cuts in defense spending is set to go before the San Diego City Council's Economic Development and Strategies Committee today.
A San Diego pastor remembers the Colorado shooting suspect as a shy boy who was driven to succeed in school.