Archive for October 29th, 2015

Lou Desmond

Thursday, October 29, 2015 – 05:00 p.m.

The Lou Desmond and Company Show is broadcasting from the Toyota of San Bernardino Recording Studios!

On the show today Lou is joined by Brian Davision, who is running for city council in San Bernardino’s fifth ward. Why is he running, and what does he hope to accomplish for the city?

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GDP

Reuters
By Lucia Mutikani | Reuters
October 29, 2015

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. economic growth braked sharply in the third quarter as businesses cut back on restocking warehouses to work off an inventory glut, but solid domestic demand could encourage the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates in December.

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Ontario International Airport

Published: Oct. 27, 2015 – 3:48 p.m.

Passenger traffic at Ontario International Airport increased 1.64 percent for September over the previous year. The Inland airport had 341,089 travelers last month, compared to 335,589 in September 2014.

To read article by Richard K. De Atley in The Press-Enterprise, click here.

Antonin Scalia

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia speaks at Santa Clara University Law School’s recital hall on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015 in Santa Clara, Calif. (Photo: Nathaniel Y. Downes, The Chronicle)

By Bob Egelko
October 28, 2015
Updated: October 29, 2015 – 6:46am

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, widely viewed as the leader of the court’s dominant conservative bloc, told law students at Santa Clara University on Wednesday that he’s actually a dissident on a liberal court, one whose prevailing view threatens “the destruction of our democratic system.”

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California State University

A Cal State panel concluded that a reliance on state funding is no longer sufficient to expand enrollment, expedite the time it takes to earn a degree and pay for technology and facility upgrades.

Carla Rivera
October 2, 2015

  • Cal State panel proposes tuition hikes

The California State University system should institute tuition increases for California residents and out-of-state students, begin year-round academic schedules and provide campus funding based on graduation and other rates, a new panel suggests.

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