Stories for May 26, 2006
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Today is the kick-off the Memorial Day weekend, and many San Diegans will surely use the holiday as an excuse to party. City officials want to remind parents that a law goes into effect today that cracks down on underage drinking parties. KPBS reporter Beth Ford Roth has the story.
The battle over the cross on Mount Soledad has ratcheted up a notch , as statewide and national groups aiming to preserve it step into the fray. Rees Lloyd, a veteran and an attorney for the California Department of the American Legion, led a rally on the steps of the Korean War Memorial Thursday.
Mexican President Vicente Fox wraps up his U.S. visit with meetings in Los Angeles Friday. As KPBS Reporter Amy Isackson explains Fox's discussion of immigration has taken on a new tone during his visit and marks a shift in his position on the topic.
This week, a Superior Court judge throws out San Diego's affordable housing law, an airport authority committee choses Miramar as the best site for a new airport, and the race for the 50th Congressional District heads for the home stretch.