Stories for June 11, 2006
The Departments of Consumer and Veterans Affairs are teaming up to hold identity theft prevention workshops for veterans throughout the state this week. The seminars come in the wake of the theft of personal data from millions of veterans and active duty military personnel last month. KPBS reporter Amy Isackson has details.
It looks like a divisive school bond measure in Rancho Santa Fe is not going to pass even though school district officials are holding out hope until the remaining absentee ballots are tallied. KPBS Reporter Ana Tintocalis has more. AT-SchoolBond
State workers in California could be one step closer to walking off the job. KPBS Reporter Jane Morton says the union, representing 87,000 workers is expected to authorize a strike.