Stories for October 13, 2006
Attorney General Bill Lockyer says he will not send state monitors to San Diego for the election of the citys largest labor union, which began Friday. The city attorney requested observers to mediate disputes of corruption within the Municipal Employees Association. KPBS Radios Andrew Phelps reports.
Grossmont Union school board members decided to hold-off on voting for a measure that would ban students from wearing T-shirts with large logos. The panel heard from concerned teens and parents Thursday at its board meeting. KPBS Reporter Ana Tintocalis has more.
KPBS Erik Anderson talks with reporters about National Citys attempt to lure the Chargers to the South Bay. Plus, a look at Propositions B & C and an update on the troubled San Diego Food Bank.
Federal regulators are looking into to a Congressmans home purchase more than a decade ago. The FDIC is reviewing its archives to find out what role it may have played in selling a home to Republican Representative Duncan Hunter for a price below market value. KPBS Radios Andrew Phelps reports.
This week the editors gather at the roundtable to discuss the North Korean nuclear threat and the international response. Also, the editors explore the county supervisors use of slush funds and a Navy corpsman's plea bargain in the Hamdania murder case.