California water reservoirs peaked a month early this year

California water reservoirs peaked a month early this year

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California’s water reservoirs have already peaked, one month earlier than normal, according to the state’s Department of Water Resources. Following the driest January and February on record, the state saw a single inch of precipitation during the month of March, which was also 3.6 degrees warmer than average. What You Need To … Read more

The Medical Center Rapist; South Texas Crime Stories, Episode 3

The Medical Center Rapist;  South Texas Crime Stories, Episode 3

Disclaimer: This week’s episode talks about a series of sexual assaults, details of the case may be hard to hear for some. We’ll be using the terms “victims” and “survivors” interchangeably throughout this episode, each term can mean something unique to the people living through this. Find resources from the Rape Crisis Center here. For … Read more

Rackspace exploring sale of some of its businesses, San Antonio cloud computing company CEO says

Rackspace exploring sale of some of its businesses, San Antonio cloud computing company CEO says

Rackspace Technology Inc. is exploring the sale of some of its businesses, its CEO said Tuesday. The San Antonio-based cloud computing company, whose shares closed Tuesday at about a third of their price a year ago, recently completed a strategic review and has received interest in one of its businesses. “We concluded that a sum … Read more

LA Mayor: Who’s Running In The June 7 Primary Election And Why It Matters

LA Mayor: Who’s Running In The June 7 Primary Election And Why It Matters

What does LA’s major do? In the world of metropolitan mayors, there are so-called “weak” mayors and “strong” mayors. Those terms typically describe where they fall on a spectrum of strength, ranging from figurehead to overlord. LA’s mayor doesn’t have the far-reaching powers of the two other biggest cities in the US — and that’s … Read more

The history of the ‘Mission Bells’

The history of the ‘Mission Bells’

The Mission Bells outlining El Camino Real were erected as part of a plan to identify California in the early 1900s. Now, some native tribes want them gone. SAN DIEGO — Along some of California’s busiest streets and highways, hanging about ten feet off the ground, stand iron-green colored bells. You’ve probably driven past a … Read more