Stories for December 31, 2007
Many people are working on their New Year's resolutions today. KPBS reporter Alison St John went tot he city of San Diego's winter shelter for the homeless and asked some of the residents there for their New Year's resolutions -- or, as Charles Rome called it -- his "revolution."
It may not be an Italian sidewalk café, but Father Joe's Villages will host the annual New Year's Day lunch for the homeless outside in the sun this year.
Extra firefighters from the state are in San Diego County in anticipation of another major fire storm. A Red flag warning is in effect for Southern California for the next 24 hours. KPBS Reporter Dwane Brown has more.
This year was a tough year for the San Diego housing industry. And some now analysts say next year may not be that much better. Ana Tintocalis has details.
Some parents aren't too confident the San Diego school board will pick the right person to replace Superintendent Carl Cohn. Cohn officially steps down from his position today. KPBS Reporter Ana Tintocalis has more.
The sky above San Diego Bay will be glowing with New Year's Eve fireworks tonight. KPBS Reporter Ed Joyce tells us local businesses are paying for the show.
In California, climate change is predicted to transform the land and our lifestyles by the end of this century. KPBS Environmental Reporter Ed Joyce has more on what scientists are predicting for the Golden State.
2007 will be remembered as an explosive year in San Diego: wildfires, scandals, and historic trials. KPBS News captured the stories and sounds of the news over the past year. KPBS reporter Andrew Phelps takes us back.