Monday May 13
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Business Judge allows webcast of San Onofre hearings
An administrative law judge at the California Public Utilities Commission has reserved course and will allow a video webcast of hearings about who will pay for an extended shutdown at the San Onofre nuclear plant, starting Tuesday.
King moves up in Glendale Unified School District
A Glendale Unified educator who began teaching in the district 23 years ago will take on a new leadership post in July as assistant superintendent of educational services.
City of Chino Hills
Two 4-man Surveying Crews are Working Near 4 Power Line Towers Today and Possibly Tomorrow.
Today, Southern California Edison has two 4-man crews performing topograph surveys in the Chino Hills right-of-way to document existing conditions around four power line towers in Segment 8 of the Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Line Project.
Cold weather slows bell pepper growth
Bell peppers in Kern County had not bloomed yet as of the third week in April, but growers said they were pleased with the seedlings' progress.
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Chino Hills residents protest Edison towers at shareholder meeting
About 50 concerned Chino Hills residents rallied on the street outside the Hilton Hotel protesting construction of high-voltage power lines in their city.