A bizarre twist to the grim find in the high desert this week…
The four bodies found buried in the desert near Victorville may be that of a Fallbrook family that has been missing since 2010.
Media reports out of San Diego say that police have confirmed to family members that two of the bodys are that of Joseph and Summer McStay and investigators are trying to confirm that the other bodies are the couples two youngs sons. The family disappeared from their Fallbrook home in February of 2010. A press conference is scheduled this morning.
President Obama wants to allow people with canceled health insurance policies to retain those policies for another year. Millions of policies are being canceled because they do not conform to broader new rules on coverage in the healthcare reform law. But insurance industry officals say the presidents plan will destabilize the market and create higher premiums.
How would you lie to work in theater…the new management at the Fox Performing Arts Center in Riverside is holding a job fair today and tomorrow. Live Nation will be filling about 80 positions that pay between $9 and $20 dollars an hour. The event is today from 2pm to 6pm and tomorrow from 9am-1pm at the Showcase on Market Street.
The cost of a Thanksgiving feast is down 44-cents from last year. The American Farm Bureau Federation says feeding ten people this year will cost an average of 49-dollars-four cents.
An internal memo suggests the U.S. Border Patrol may have an alcohol problem. The memo obtained by a Southern California TV station comes from U.S. Border Patrol Chief Michael Fisher, and says the Border Patrol is averaging almost two alcohol-related arrests per week.
A car mechanic from Argentina is credited with inventing a device that could save a baby stuck in the birth canal. Jorge Odon got his inspiration from a YouTube video for extracting a cork from inside a wine bottle. His device involves slipping a plastic bag that’s inside a lubricated sleeve around the baby’s head, inflating the bag and then pulling the baby out. Doctors think the invention could save the lives of countless babies in poorer countries and possibly even cut down on cesarean sections in developed nations.
November 15, 2013 at 6:16 am | On Air | No comment