"Tomlinson Hill" is the story of America, as seen through the microcosm of a small Texas town called Marlin. The film takes its name from the former Texas slave plantation that at one time defined this region. We trace this story through the eyes of two descendants - one black - Loreane Tomlinson; and one white - Chris Tomlinson, who independently come back for very different reasons to find their crumbling community still struggling under the weight of 150 years of class separation.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors has taken the first step to streamline the county's adoption process.
San Diego County school districts will now have to learn to manage budgets under a new system.
The United Way has compiled some hard facts about what families and individuals are dealing with when it comes to paying bills, getting transportation and taking care of their kids.
inewsource breaks down the Mello-Ross tax law and explains how one person, sometimes a developer, can be the sole voter deciding on new taxes.
There's a burgeoning underground market in San Diego taxi permits. The North Coast Transit District has received a scathing audit of its practices. Parents deported by the INS must leave their American-born kids behind.
A new climate study led by the Scripps Institution of Oceanography finds reduced black carbon emissions that come mostly from diesel engines.
The San Diego County Farm Bureau is offering a behind-the-scenes look at how your food and flowers are grown. It's the bureau's fourth annual Farm Day Tour and it's coming up this Saturday.
This Father's Day weekend has lots to offer; from a festival celebrating all things bacon to a set of back-to-back concerts by a local funk band.
Research in San Diego could led to helping patients with Parkinson's Disease using non-embryonic stem cells. And a grassroots volunteer fundraising organization to help fund stem cell research has been started by eight patients.