Published January 27, 2012
As the old saying goes, I went to a boxing match and a hockey game broke out…at least that’s the thought for generations of hockey fans.
Published September 30, 2011
What was once a three-ring circus outside the courthouse in Los Angeles, now plays more like a 5-cent sideshow and while there may be less acts, there are still more than enough players in the ring to keep everyone watching this trial, occupied.
Published September 13, 2011
Along California's picturesque highway 49, aptly named for the famed miners of a time passed, most action these days involves toursits intent on finding the next great taste of wine, or hunting down a hidden gem in a local antique store.
Published August 05, 2011
At a wholesale pizza factory just outside Los Angeles, 25 men and women pound out the dough, but like many small businesses in America dealing with a struggling economy, the owners aren't necessarily rolling in it.
Published July 29, 2011
Mexican drug cartels have stepped up the pressure and are attempting to smuggle narcotics into the United States in alarming numbers. In just one hour at the San Ysidro Port of Entry, we watched agents seize more than a quarter-million dollars in hardcore drugs and that's not counting what hadn't been found lined inside an SUV.
Published July 15, 2011
A 10-mile stretch of Interstate 405 is so busy it's clogged nearly 24 hours a day, and California officials say the only way to speed it up is to shut it down, at least for this weekend.
Published July 08, 2011
Known locally as “America’s finest city”, it might surprise you that San Diego is the eighth largest in the country. Even more interesting, the thriving border metropolis has about 8,000 high-paying jobs sitting wide open and waiting to be filled.
Published June 21, 2011
Security consultants say it's no surprise that the industry has seen massive growth since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2011.
Published April 06, 2011
Molycorp has begun mining again in California after a decade of inactivity, extracting valuable and concentrated ore that holds 15 rare earth elements, minerals used in everything from cell phones to U.S. missile systems.
Published March 01, 2011
The Pentagon is pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into the development of tiny drones and unmanned aerial systems, that will take military surveillance and offense into the next millennium.