Gov. Brown, Napolitano Face Off Over UC Tuition Hike
The University of California Board of Regents is expected to vote Wednesday on a controversial plan to hike tuition by 5 percent each year over the next five years. UC President Janet Napolitano says she'll scrap the proposal if Gov. Jerry Brown gives the system a lot more money. But Brown has already said he's opposed to that, and on Monday he brought in back up: he appointed former Assembly Speaker John Perez to the UC Board.
In San Diego, Helping to Engage Young Adults With Mental Illness
The National Institute of Mental Health says about one in five young adults has a diagnosable mental illness. It's not uncommon for these young people to withdraw from others, and to isolate themselves. But that can make their situation worse. A group in San Diego run by and for young adults with mental health issues encourages members to build relationships, and to have fun.