May 31, 2016 KSPN2 News
80 ACRES OF BRUSH ALREADY BURNED DOWN, CREWS CONTINUE TO FIGHT FIRE
DFEMS PIO Derek Gersonde says there are about 20 crews in all monitoring the situation, including the entire Forestry Unit and fire crews.
CHARGES AGAINST TWO FORMER COPS DROPPED
Superior Court Judge Camacho find no probable cause to charge former Police Commissioner James Deleon Guerrero and Police Officer Jesse Concepcion with sexual abuse of a minor charges against them.
DECISION ON CONTROVERSIAL BILL EXPECTED THIS WEEK
Governor Ralph Torres is expected to issue a decision about the sugar-sweetened beverage tax legislation. The discussions about the legislation are still percolating through the community--Dr. Don Hardt gives a speech to Rotary speaking out in support of the bill.