Stories for October 20, 2006
KPBS News Director Michael Marcotte talks to reporters about this weeks top stories.
John Cameron Mitchell gained fame for bringing his drag queen stage hit
whatever! Sofia Coppolas valley girl take on the life of the famous French queen is an easy target for parody but her
A study released today shows that an old landfill in San Diegos Mission Bay does not threaten the environment or peoples health. KPBS Reporter Ed Joyce has details.
At 10 a.m. this Tuesday morning in Coronado, a handful of families at Glorietta Bay Park were taking in the view of San Diego's skyline in the distance. The ducks were bathing in the bay, the waves lapping against the shore, when something unexpected happened. KPBS reporter Andrew Phelps has the story.
San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders says the city could save $4 million a year by trimming the environmental services department. That department is planning job cuts. KPBS Radios Andrew Phelps reports.
This week the editors discuss a controversial ordinance banning Escondido landlords from renting to illegal immigrants. Also, President Bush signed off on new guidelines for interrogating and prosecuting terror suspects. Plus, a new report details Randy "Duke" Cunningham's bribery and corruption scandal