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Stories for July 21, 2006

West Nile cases down from last year

July 21
By Kenny Goldbergand KPBS Public Broadcasting

State health officials say four Californians have tested positive for West Nile virus this week. But the year-to-date total stands at only five cases statewide. KPBS Reporter Kenny Goldberg has the story

Retail clinics offer convenient healthcare

July 21
By Kenny Goldbergand KPBS Public Broadcasting

They're already in Northern California, and they'll be coming here soon: medical clinics in drug stores. These mini-clinics offer a host of services with no appointment necessary. Some say retail clinics are an idea whose time has come. But others aren't so sure. KPBS Health Reporter Kenny Goldberg has the story.

Middle-East violence, local rental rates, Chargers stadium

July 21
By Gloria Pennerand KPBS Public Broadcasting

The editors gather at the roundtable for opinions on the conflict between Israel and the Lebanese militia Hezbollah, increasing rental costs in San Diego, and National City's interest in a new Chargers stadium.

Chula Vista considers major redevelopment plans

July 21
By Andrew Phelpsand KPBS Public Broadcasting

The Port of San Diego will evaluate Chula Vista's bid for a major bayfront development next week. The city and Port struck a deal with a company looking to build a resort hotel and convention center. KPBS Radio's Andrew Phelps has more