Stories for September 2, 2013
A defiant Syrian President Bashar Assad said Monday that the international community has not produced evidence to substantiate claims that his regime used chemical weapons in a deadly attack last month.
Labor Day is usually a bonanza for tennis fans, with the U.S. Open showcasing the sport's greatest players in a full day of action. Unfortunately this year, Mother Nature hasn't been playing along, and most of the games have been rain delayed. But such hurdles are water off a duck's back for Navy Corpsman Angelo Anderson, one of the tournament's ballpersons, and the survivor of once-incapacitating injuries suffered in Afghanistan.
The final stages are nearly completed for the launch of a law enforcement social media network designed exclusively for the men and women in blue.
A crash involving a tour bus on its way to a casino sent 10 people to the hospital, including the driver, this morning in the Pala-Temecula area, according to the California Highway patrol and media reports.