Stories for July 14, 2006
Owen Wilson wrote, along with Wes Anderson, the first film that brought both of them critical attention,
Hundreds of homeless veterans in San Diego have beds, hot meals and medical care this weekend. KPBS Radio's Andrew Phelps has more on an annual event that aims to get homeless vets back on their feet.
The editors gather at the roundtable for opinions on Kroll Inc's delayed reports, the mayor's plan to retain more police, the Supreme Court decision on detainee rights, and projections of a reduced national budget deficit.
A new report shows children in San Diego County's most heavily Latino communities are more likely to live in poverty and are less prepared to go to college. The study comes from the advocacy group Children Now. KPBS Reporter Kenny Goldberg has the story.
Federal authorities have blocked the sale of three condos in Chula Vista. The properties are tied to a man suspected of running a Tijuana money laundering ring. Authorities claim Lorenzo Arce used the companies as a front to launder drug money for the Arellano Felix Drug Cartel.