3 Hikers Missing in Big Bear Found Safe
Three hikers from San Diego County are still missing in the San Bernardino Mountains this morning. David Yoder, Ryan Shankles, and Miguel De La Torre went hiking Saturday from Fish Creek Trail to San Gorgonio Peak. They expected to be back by nightfall and did not have overnight gear with them. San Bernardino Sheriff’s re-starts their search this morning at 6:30.
County government is busy today. San Diego County Board of Supervisors is being giving its budget proposal for the next two years. They plan their budget two years at a time. The 2013-2014 budget is for 4.97 billion dollars. It is a 2.5 percent increase over last year. And the 2014-2015 budget proposal is for 4.81 billion dollars.
At noon County Supervisors Greg Cox and Dave Roberts are talking to the media about their campaign to find adoptive parents for kids in the foster program. They have 400 foster families now but need 45 more homes for kids in need.
And at 1:30 this afternoon Supervisor Ron Roberts is talking about the 14th annual lawn mower exchange program. The program takes gas-powered mowers in exchange for new electric mowers at a special low price.
Finally today at 4:30 PM San Diego Unified School District is celebrating its “Day of the Teacher”. Teachers are being honored at a late afternoon event at Kearny High School.
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