A nine-year-old boy and his uncle drowned yesterday in Hesperia, after the boy fell into the California Aqueduct and the man tried to rescue him. Family members say neither victim knew how to swim.
President Obama will be getting a first-hand look today at the Colorado Springs area ravaged by a wildfire. 350 homes have been destroyed and one person has been killed. The fire is still burning out of control
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor says the House will again try to repeal the healthcare reform law. Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld its constitutionality. Cantor says the GOP-led House will take up a vote to repeal the law on July 11th.
Stocks are soaring this morning on news that European Union leaders have reached a deal meant to stabilize banks and bond markets. The dow jones is up 220 points.
The world’s largest brewer, Anheuser-Busch InBev, is getting even bigger. They are buying the makers of Corona beer for $20 billion dollars.
longtime Inland Empire TV news reporter Bob Banfield has died after a battle with cancer. Banfield retired as ABC-7 Inland Empire Bureau Chief two years ago. He was 82 .
Today is the fifth anniversary of Apple’s iPhone. Most analysts agree there’s been no other device that has changed social and technological life in such a short time.
June 29, 2012 at 8:11 am | On Air | No comment