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Stories for September 14, 2006

Time to Leave

Sept. 14, 2006
By Beth Accomando and Cinema Junkie by Beth Accomando

"May I introduce you?"

Cinema Junkie by Beth Accomando

Sept. 14, 2006
By Baccomando and KPBS Public Broadcasting

Envision San Diego Town Hall Forum on Immigration Reform

Sept. 14, 2006
KPBS Public Broadcasting

Full Focus will be pre-empted tonight for the Envision San Diego Town Hall Forum.

Weekend Preview: Music

Sept. 14, 2006
KPBS Public Broadcasting

These Days host Tom Fudge talks with freelance journalist AnnaMaria Stephens about some of the musical offerings this weekend in San Diego.

Naomi Wolf reflects on The Beauty Myth

Sept. 14, 2006
KPBS Public Broadcasting

Feminist author Naomi Wolf wrote the best seller The Beauty Myth fifteen years ago, attacking the exploitation of women by the beauty and fashion industries. She joins host Tom Fudge to talk about how those industries influence young women today.

Many San Diego homes go green

Sept. 14, 2006
KPBS Public Broadcasting

High energy prices, global warming and the population boom are causing homeowners to take a new look at sustainable housing. Two local architects discuss the trend and how going green can make a difference.

Gas prices drop at the fastest rate in 10 years

Sept. 14, 2006
KPBS Public Broadcasting

After months of record gas prices, consumers are getting some relief at the pump. Consumer advocate Michael Shames discusses what is behind this drop in prices and if this downward trend will continue.

Sunrise Powerlink hotly debated at public hearing

Sept. 14, 2006
By Andrew Phelps and KPBS Public Broadcasting

Supporters and opponents of the Sunrise Powerlink debated the controversial project at a public hearing last night. The California Public Utilities Commission is considering SDGE’s plan to build a 150-mile power line through the Imperial Valley and rural San Diego.

Schwarzenegger to decide on hospital bill

Sept. 14, 2006
By Kenny Goldberg and KPBS Public Broadcasting

A nationwide review by Senate investigators finds non-profit hospitals often charge the uninsured more than people with health coverage. A bill that would prohibit that practice in California is awaiting a decision by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. KPBS Reporter Kenny Goldberg has the story.

Simple fence separates two worlds

Sept. 14, 2006
By Joanne Faryon / inewsource and KPBS Public Broadcasting

It's dominated national and local politics, it's sparked debate in big cities and small towns, it has even given rise to vigilante groups, and tonight, it will be the focus of a live town hall broadcast. The issue is illegal immigration. San Diego County just may be at the epicenter of this debate. The county line ends at the Mexican border. There is a fence that separates the two countries, a park on one side, a popular beach on the other.

Congressman Hunter revives call for border fence

Sept. 14, 2006
By Amy Isackson and KPBS Public Broadcasting

Republican Congressman Duncan Hunter from San Diego has revived his call to fence off more than 800 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border. Hunter's fence provision is included in a new border security bill which the House is scheduled to vote on today. KPBS Reporter Amy Isackson has the story.