Stories for December 27, 2007
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is expected to roll out some new programs aimed at helping veterans and National Guard members during his State of the State Address next month. He wants to make it easier for veterans to get into higher level state jobs. Right now veterans have to apply for entry level civil service jobs.
The crew at San Diego's busiest fire station will ring in the New Year with a brand new fire engine thanks to a local businessman. KPBS Reporter Ana Tintocalis has more.
Opening ceremonies are planned for tomorrow on the Sprinter light rail line from Oceanside to Escondido. The commuter train has been on the drawing board for 20 years KPBS reporter Alison St John has more.
Mountain lion traps have been set around the Cal State San Marcos campus in the wake of recent sightings.
Lawmakers and others at the State Capitol may be well-versed on the measures Californians will be voting on in February, but it appears voters are not. Thats according to the latest field poll. Marianne Russ reports.
A non-profit group designed to help women who suffer from hair loss will be holding a special event in Rancho Bernardo next month. The organization is called Bald Women Do Lunch. KPBS Reporter Kenny Goldberg has the story.