Stories for June 8, 2012
The San Diego County Water Authority announced today it sued the Southern California wholesaler, the Metropolitan Water District, over recent rate increases.
The San Diego Unified School District scheduled a closed-session Board of Education meeting tomorrow after the union representing teachers decided to negotiate to save teacher jobs.
By the end of the week, California could have a budget deal. Friday, June 15th is the deadline for the legislature to pass a spending plan. Democratic leaders and Governor Jerry Brown are still negotiating as time grows short.
The California Secretary of State’s office reports almost a million ballots from Tuesday’ s primary election still have to be counted. The results would determine the fate of Proposition 29, which would raise the cigarette tax a dollar a pack.
The State of California says defensible space is important, but homeowners shouldn’t start a fire trying to create it.
Taped before a live audience on the AUSTIN CITY LIMITS soundstage, this new PBS special showcases Chris Isaak’s most beloved hits and his personal tribute to the glory days of the legendary Memphis Sun Studio and the music created by his heroes in that famous room. Isaak recaptures the spirit of the original songs with his own brilliant band of stellar musicians, while revealing the heart and soul of his own deeply rooted musical identity.
Filmed live at the Royal Festival Hall in London during Alfie Boe’s sold-out tour, this new special showcases the much loved tenor’s mesmerizing and outstanding voice. Perhaps best known for his role as Jean Valjean in the 25th anniversary stage show of "Les Misérables," Boe delights with a truly magical performance that highlights his magnificent stage presence as he performs a selection of inspired renditions from some of the best-loved musicals of all time, including "Sunset Boulevard," "Company," "West Side Story" and, of course, "Les Misérables."
Educating community on how to properly secure living space for children and elderly.