Stories for March 23, 2007
Longtime congressman and republican presidential candidate Duncan Hunter isn't running for his house seat. But that doesn't mean his family is ready to let go of the post.
Congressman Duncan Hunter is giving up his congressional seat in hopes that his son will fill it. This story and more, as Alison St John talks with local reporters.
State regulators say they hope a $1 million fine against Blue Cross for illegally canceling policies will set an example for other health insurers. Regulators imposed the fine after an investigation showed Blue Cross repeatedly violated state law. KPBS reporter Kenny Goldberg has more.
California's Health Department and the Food and Drug Administration released their findings on a deadly E. coli outbreak today. The agencies say contaminated spinach came from a single farm in the Salinas Valley. But KPBS Radio's Andrew Phelps reports there are more questions than answers.
Gasoline prices continue climbing in California. KPBS reporter Ed Joyce says there are ways to stretch your gas mileage.
The California Association of Realtors reports that the median price of an existing single family home in San Diego was up two percent last month, and sales were up nearly five percent.
Female law enforcement officers from all over San Diego County put their shooting skills on display today. The San Diego Women's Pistol Invitational drew over 80 officers from 15 agencies. KPBS Radio's Andrea Hsu reports.
Should Harriet Miers and Karl Rove have to testify under oath about the circumstances surrounding the firing of eight U.S. attorneys? Also, is the military ready to deal with the medical and mental health needs of Iraq war veterans? And, the City of San Diego received its long-delayed 2003 audit from KPMG.