Stories for February 27, 2006
One could argue that more people see Dennis Hwang's artwork than any other living artist. That's because he designs the artwork for the Google logo. Host Tom Fudge talks with the 27-year-old artist.
The San Diego city council will decide today whether to ask voters to allow the city to outsource public services. KPBS reporter Alison St John has more.
San Diego County's airport authority got its first look Monday at military bases as potential new airport sites. But the military is far from enthusiastic about sharing its land with a new airport. KPBS reporter Beth Ford Roth has the story.
Dr. Mary-Claire King discovered that a particularly lethal kind of breast cancer is genetically linked to a woman's father. Tom Fudge speaks with the award-winning geneticist about her discoveries. And to a man who found out that he passed breast cancer on to his daughter.
Governor Schwarzenegger could face a recall election in June. A grassroots petition drive is underway to get the governor out of office.Sacramento Reporter Marianne Russ has details.
Host Tom Fudge speaks to CCDC President Nancy Graham and Planning Commissioner Carolyn Chase about the Downtown Community Plan. The plan, which is supposed to be a blueprint for the next two decades of downtown growth, will be considered by the City Council tomorrow.
A major concern today in Mexico is the crime and violence in its bordering states. What is Mexico doing to protect its people and its visitors? How are these states prosecuting criminals?
The state's voter-approved stem cell research program is being challenged in a Northern California court. KPBS Reporter Kenny Goldberg has the story.
The editors gather at the roundtable for opinions on the week's news.
The execution of convicted rapist and murderer Michael Morales has been postponed indefinitely after a legal battle over the state's method of capital punishment. Host Tom Fudge speaks to Professor Bryan Liang about the case.