Stories for September 18, 2007
My husband was out of town this past weekend and I was home alone with my three sidekicks. I generally try to face these single parent days with a positive attitude, because the alternative is pretty bleak.
A bill that would require health insurers to cover the cost of vaccinating young women against cervical cancer is awaiting a decision by Governor Schwarzenegger. The California Legislature approved the measure before adjourning last week. KPBS reporter Kenny Goldberg has more.
California's Lieutenant Governor is blasting California State University trustees for considering another plan to boost executive salaries. The trustees are meeting Tuesday and Wednesday to talk about the proposal. KPBS reporter Ana Tintocalis has more.
Chula Vistans will get their first chance Tuesday night to run with the idea of a new NFL stadium in their city. The city council will receive an initial report on two viable sites. KPBS reporter Alison St John has more.
Several drill instructors at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego face charges of abusing recruits. Military prosecutors suggest a culture of recruit maltreatment at MCRD, while attorneys for the accused argue that drill instructors adequately prepare Marines during a time of war. Tony Perry, the San Diego bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times, explains how these cases might impact guidelines for Marine recruits.
Michael Bernstein spent many years teaching economics and helping to run UCSD. Now, he's helping guide New Orleans biggest private employer and academic powerhouse: Tulane University. We'll find out how Tulane weathered the storm, and we'll get a San Diego economist's view of how New Orleans is changing and, hopefully, recovering.
Local wine experts discuss the importance of wine to greater San Diego County, what makes our region a unique "wine country," and how to pick the perfect merlot or chardonnay to go with your meal.
When MoPA asked me if I'd be interested in doing a Shakespeare film series, I leapt at the opportunity. This has been a dream of mine for years. My parents began taking me to see Shakespeare from the age of six (three plays a summer at the
Two San Diego Congressmen have been called to testify in the trial of a defense contractor accused of bribing former Congressman Duke Cunningham. Charles Davis reports from Washington.
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