Stories for November 3, 2006
Guest host Steve Walker talks with reporters about politics as San Diegans gear up for next weeks midterm election.
Grab your voter information guide, and let the KPBS News team do the heavy lifting for you. KPBS' Dwane Brown hosts an hour-long review of key state and local propositions on the November 7th ballot.
Fewer teenagers are dropping out of school since the California High School Exam was established. Thats one of the findings in an independent report about how the test is used and its impact on students. KPBS Reporter Ana Tintocalis has more.
A coalition of civil rights organizations sued the City of Escondido today charging a new housing ordinance there is unconstitutional and illegal under state and federal law. KPBS Reporter Amy Isackson has the story.
Gas prices in Southern California continue to fall from their record highs back in May. The Automobile Club says gas prices have dropped every week for the past three months. KPBS Reporter Ed Joyce has more.
As the election nears, voters will face a barrage of state and local propositions. The public will decide on new taxes for cigarettes and California oil. Also, they will make decisions regulating campaign finance and local political reform.