Stories for June 18, 2012
California lawmakers still have more than a dozen budget-related bills to take action on despite having passed a 92 billion dollar spending plan last week.
California health officials confirmed the first human case of West Nile Virus in the state this year. The 70 year-old Kern County woman was hospitalized.
The City Council today approved six labor contracts that spell out employment terms for city of San Diego workers in the fiscal year that begins July 1.
In this intimate series, viewers join Queen Elizabeth II and the rest of Britain's most famous family as they travel abroad, work at the palace and meet people from all walks of life. How do American hosts entertain a monarch who has visited nearly every country on earth and dined with 10 U.S. presidents over the course of her 55-year reign? “The State Visit” follows the elaborate preparations as four localities get ready for a visit from the queen.
As budget negotiations continue at the State Capitol, one area of focus is $250 million in property tax money that’s currently split among California’s 58 counties.
Crews labored for a second day today to subdue a wildfire that blackened hundreds of brushy acres, destroyed one home and threatened more than 200 others in the far southeastern reaches of San Diego County.