Stories for May 2, 2008
The San Diego County Airport Authority is moving forward with a Master Plan to meet expansion needs for Lindbergh Field. But, as KPBS reporter Alison St. John tells us, not everyone likes the plan.
Aftermarket tinted windows will be illegal in Tijuana starting Sunday. The new law is another measure the city is using to crack down on organized crime. KPBS reporter Amy Isackson has the story from Tijuana.
San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders has released the list of the first city services that might be turned over to competitors from the private sector. KPBS reporter Alison St John has more.
Poway Unified School District's attorney says a report should be released early next week with more details about the cheating scandal at Rancho Bernardo High School. Six students were recently suspended for allegedly hacking into a campus computer system to change grades. KPBS reporter Ana Tintocalis has more.
The San Diego County Water Authority is taking its conservation message to radio and TV. The advertising campaign is intended to drive home the message that we live in dry times. KPBS Reporter Ed Joyce has details.
Can Barack Obama weather the storm? This week on the Editors Round Table, a look at the impact Rev. Wright is having on the Democratic race for president. Well also examine the states budget and its possible $20 billion shortfall. And a look at the San Diego City Council races and whether a possible power shift at City Hall.
The final snow survey of the year in Northern California shows much of the early season snow is gone. KPBS Environmental Reporter Ed Joyce has more now on what that means for our water supply.
There were plenty of heroes in last Octobers wildfires in San Diego County. One fire fighter in particular helped save a teenagers life, even though she was badly burned herself. KPBS Health Reporter Kenny Goldberg catches up with the firefighter, who six months later is back on the job.