Stories for July 7, 2006
has long been one of Disneyland's most popular rides, and in 2003 the Disney studio hoped to turn its famous ride into a successful film franchise. The first film,
But the Pollocks arrive hours late and Alice is in a foul mood. She's curt with her hosts and when Richard receives a cell phone call, she bluntly asks, 'Is that one of your whores?' That injects a high level of discomfort into an already uncomfortable evening. Then to finish it off, Alice throws a glass of wine in Richard's face. Not exactly behavior that Miss Manners would approve of. The evening sets the two couples in bold contrast: the young Gettys are still in the honeymoon phase of their marriage whereas the Pollocks are in serious self-destruct mode.
Crew members of the USS Ronald Reagan were reunited their families and friends yesterday. The nuclear powered aircraft carrier and its five-thousand sailors returned to San Diego's North Island after a six-month deployment. KPBS Reporter Ana Tintocalis was there.
A new study from the state controller's office bolsters evidence that the city of San Diego needs to find more money for law enforcement. KPBS reporter Alison St John has more.
The editors gather at the roundtable for opinions on North Korea's missile tests, Congressional hearings on immigration, the San Diego pension crisis.
The American Civil Liberties Union is stepping in to defend California's medical marijuana law in the wake of Thursday's raids of medical marijuana dispensaries in San Diego. The ACLU is asking the state court to force San Diego to comply with the state law. KPBS reporter Amy Isackson has details.
Gas prices in San Diego took a big jump from last week. The Auto Club of Southern California says prices went up for the first time since May throughout Southern California. KPBS Reporter Ed Joyce has more.