Stories for July 13, 2006
A new survey by the Pew Hispanic Center shows Latinos feel more politically energized and unified following the immigration debate and pro-immigration marches this spring. But there are also concerns. KPBS Reporter Amy Isackson has details.
The San Diego Ethics Commission will consider a proposal today that bans registered lobbyists from trying to influence elected officials.
The City of San Diego uses more green power than any other local government in the country. The ranking is based on the Environmental Protection Agency's Green Power list of businesses and governments that use power from renewable energy sources.
The Oceanside Unified School District supports Superintendent Ken Noonan in his new role as president of California's Education Board. He was elected to the post Wednesday. KPBS Reporter Ana Tintocalis has more.
Film critics discuss some of the new films in local theatres. Films include "The Road to Guantanamo," "Strangers with Candy," "Who Killed the Electric Car," and "A Scanner Darkly."
Why do uninsured consumers pay more for prescription drugs than the federal government? What can uninsured Californians do to reduce the price they pay for their prescriptions? Tom Fudge asks the experts.
A report out today predicts that the demand for water in California will skyrocket as homeowners move inland. KPBS Radio's Andrew Phelps explains.
Host Tom Fudge speaks with David Coddon, Assistant Arts Editor for the
This weekend Vermont Governor Howard Dean visits San Diego to rally Democrats. Tom Fudge speaks with him before his arrival.