Stories for September 11, 2012
Police will not reopen their investigation into the death of a 6-year-old boy at his father's Coronado vacation estate 14 months ago -- a fatality officially deemed an accident -- despite purported evidence that the boy was the victim of homicide, authorities announced today.
California Governor Jerry Brown today signed legislation that would impose a one percent tax on lumber products and limit legal damages landowners pay for starting wildfires.
The California State Controller’s Office reports August revenues are $434 million dollars above projections. That’s a big improvement from last month.
In the fourth season, Doc Martin continues to deal with the strange cases and stranger personalities of Portwenn. He deals with the mysterious illnesses and odd events that plague the town, including the strange death of a local sheep farmer, a paranoid and constipated school headmaster, a visitor with a rare genetic disease, and the unexpected pregnancy of a person very close to the good doctor.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors will consider today supporting federal legislation to tighten scrutiny on foreign nationals who attempt to receive flight training in the United States.
The San Diego Fire-Rescue Department and local colleges will hold events today to observe the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.