Stories for October 27, 2006
KPBS News Director Michael Marcotte talks to reporters about this weeks top stories.
Augusten Burroughs may not have had an enviable childhood but his dysfunctional family did provide him with plenty to write about. His memoir of growing up
A Carlsbad man has stepped forward to announce publicly that he was subpoenaed last August as a witness in a grand jury investigation of Congressman Brian Bilbrays primary residence. KPBS reporter Alison St John has more.
A national education leader speaking in San Diego says the Bush administration made the right decision to allow for more classes that separate boys from girls in public education. KPBS Reporter Ana Tintocalis has more.
San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders joined 320 other mayors across the country when he signed an agreement to combat global warming. The U.S. Conference of Mayors has adopted resolutions calling for cities and the federal government to reduce global warming pollution. KPBS Reporter Ed Joyce has more.
The editors discuss propositions on the ballot that face voters in the coming election. Also, the mounting casualties in Iraq are taking a toll on public support and U.S. political will. Will the war be a deciding factor for voters?