Stories for January 25, 2008
Same is true of the Democrats. Of the 4,049 delegates to the Democratic National Convention,
It's been one week since a shootout between police and members of Tijuana's Arellano Felix drug cartel terrorized Tijuana. The shootout turned the streets in one of the city's upper-middle class neighborhoods into a war zone. KPBS reporter Amy Isackson returned to see how people are faring. She brings us this report.
Baja California's tourism officials are launching a campaign at the end of the month to help bring back tourists. KPBS reporter Amy Isackson has the story.
Economists at San Diegos annual Economic Roundtable today analyzed the causes of the plummeting housing market and issued warnings for the coming year. KPBS reporter Alison St John has more.
Congress' attempt to help the slumping housing market will have an effect in San Diego County -- but not a big one. KPBS reporter Ed Joyce explains.
Listen to the best musical interludes heard throughout the week on These Days. This week's picks include tracks from the Beastie Boys, Olivia Newton-John & ELO, Brad Mehldau, Medeski Martin and Wood, and Gilbert Castellanos.
The local housing market experienced a record number of home foreclosures last year. Should we expect to see more economic hard times in 2008? Also, the presidential candidates are preparing for the "Super Tuesday" primaries that will take place in less than two weeks. And, there's been much debate about the power structure at San Diego City Hall. What are the proposed changes to the City Charter?
Federal agents are searching four museums in Southern California, including the Mingei International Museum in Balboa Park, looking for possibly stolen artifacts.