Stories for February 3, 2006
Host Gloria Penner and the editors gather at the roundtable to analyze President Bush's State of the Union, San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders' plan to fix the pension, and the discovery of the longest underground cross-border tunnel.
The Mexican health clinic in Rosarito where Coretta Scott King died has been closed. Mexican immigration officials say many of the 20 American patients did not have proper visas. Further, Baja California health officials say the clinic was not registered to provide medical services.
A study by a University of California employee union shows a big gap between the lowest and highest-paid workers in the UC system compared to the state's other public colleges. KPBS Reporter Ed Joyce has more.
Two retirees who unsuccessfully sued the San Diego County employees pension board will appeal their case to the state Supreme Court. KPBS Reporter Amita Sharma has more.