Stories for January 5, 2007
Are the San Diego Chargers bolting to Oceanside? Will 2007 bring better news for people trying to sell real estate? Will California finally make a real attempt at health care reform? A panel of reporters tackles these and other pertinent questions on tonight's Full Focus.
(opening January 5 throughout San Diego) is based on the true story of Long Beach high school teacher Erin Gruwell and the at-risk students she taught in room 203. Their success story pays tribute to the dreams of Martin Luther King and his desire for a future when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.
What if all the men and women on earth suddenly became infertile? Thats the premise of the book
A massive development project on San Diegos prime bay front is coming under increased scrutiny. Opponents of the Navy Broadway project gathered today to raise objections to the proposed high rises by the bay. KPBS reporter Alison St John has more.
San Diego Democratic Congressman Bob Filner has jumped into the fray over the massive Navy Broadway Complex development on San Diegos waterfront. KPBS reporter Alison St John has more.
San Diego is once again eligible for millions of dollars in homeland security funding. The federal government says the region is at high risk for terrorist attacks. KPBS Radio's Andrew Phelps explains.
San Diego County water officials are proposing stricter regulations on local governments and developers to reduce water pollution. The building industry contends the new rules will cost consumers. KPBS reporter Ed Joyce has details.
This week, we discuss the death toll of American troops and what significance it has on the Bush administration's policies, the new Democratic Congress and the American people. We also discuss the continuing search for the Chargers' home and whether or not Oceanside is a viable possibility. Plus, we discuss the proposal to form a new audit committee and whether or not the San Diego City Council should supervise the reform.
Tijuana spent Thursday night without local police. Federal officials in Mexico have ordered Tijuanas entire Municipal Police force to turn in their weapons. KPBS Reporter Amy Isackson has the story.