Stories for November 23, 2007
Giving each other space may not work in every relationship, but it's what keeps the magic alive for the giant panda pair at the San Diego Zoo.
Organ donation rates are up nationwide, and that includes the golden state. Marianne Russ reports.
U.S. bus company officials are concerned a recent spate of rock attacks in Tijuana could drive already dwindling tickets sales down further. Officials say their buses are being pelted by rocks shortly after crossing the border southbound into Tijuana. KPBS Reporter Amy Isackson has the story.
Malls around San Diego were crowded before dawn broke this morning. KPBS reporter Alison St. John found plenty of people whose shopping day had already finished around 9 this morning.
Doctors at UCSD have been testing a new method of treatment for women who have early stage breast cancer. It's a medical device that allows radiation to be delivered only to the site of the cancer, as opposed to the entire breast. KPBS Reporter Kenny Goldberg has the story.
A Mexico immigrant-rights leader says building fences doesn't control illegal immigration. Activists on both sides of the border are getting together Sunday at the westernmost stretch of the border fence between San Diego and Tijuana. KPBS Reporter Amy Isackson has the story.
Back in September, the Governor called special sessions of the legislature to try to reach agreement on health care and water. So hows it going? Jenny OMara reports.
Hundreds of firefighters are on wildfire watch as dry Santa Ana winds are expected to blow through Southern California today.
The 87-year-old League of Women Voters is heading into the 2008 election year with a new strategy to get more people -- particularly new citizens -- to vote. Jenny OMara reports.