Stories for August 1, 2008
I can't help but think that Republicans would like to have "do overs." This is the sorriest presidential campaign that I have ever witnessed. John McCain has managed to parlay his war hero status into a political career for the last 20 years, but this time the stakes are too high. Can we really afford to have such an
Argento is not a great actress but when used well she commands attention and defines her characters with an effectively aggressive physicality. So in some ways she is the perfect creative match for French director Catherine Breillat who's made a reputation as a provocative feminist filmmaker with works such as
San Diego County's Grand Jury wants community colleges to adopt stronger ethical guidelines. But the leader of San Diego's Community College District says she has some issues with that. KPBS Reporter Ana Tintocalis has more.
Starting Tuesday, federal officials will invite illegal immigrants in San Diego and four other cities to turn themselves in. Critics say federal officials are delusional if they think anyone is going to surrender. KPBS Reporter Amy Isackson has the story.
Starting next week federal officials will help illegal immigrants in San Diego and four other cities deport themselves. The program is federal officials' newest strategy to get a handle on illegal immigration. KPBS Reporter Amy Isackson has the story.
Charges of serious problems with patient-care and mismanagement at Sharp Grossmont Hospital could jeopardize the federal funds the East County medical facility receives each year.Plus, a federal judge has ruled that the giant cross can stay atop Mount Soledad. And, high gas prices have helped to re-ignite the debate over off-shore oil drilling.
San Diego regional leaders, including mayor Jerry Sanders, meet tomorrow to chew over the options to expand San Diegos International Airport at Lindbergh Field. KPBS reporter Alison St John has more.