Stories for February 10, 2006
Host Gloria Penner and the editors gather at the roundtable to discuss the controversy surrounding a potential new airport, the continued cartoon fury that's spreading worldwide, and President Bush's trillion dollar budget.
The head of Mayor Jerry Sander's new Ethics Office, Joanne Sawyer Knoll, Thursday, laid out a strategy to change the culture at San Diego's troubled city hall. KPBS reporter Alison St John has more.
San Diego County's Airport Authority must come up with a location for a new airport site by this summer. Last night board members invited the public to a town hall meeting to get their input on the process. KPBS Reporter Beth Ford Roth has more.
A critically acclaimed documentary premieres in San Diego today. It highlights the challenges wrongly convicted people face once they're exonerated and get out of prison KPBS Reporter Amita Sharma has details.