Stories for October 10, 2008
As with the recent
The Girls Scouts of San Diego County is turning its attention away from cookies and campouts and focusing on online safety and cyberbullies. KPBS Reporter Ana Tintocalis has this report.
The City of San Diegos Fire Prevention Committee meets this morning to decide whether to support a new parcel tax to raise money for fire prevention. KPBS reporter Alison St John has more.
Kimberly and & Scott Roberts in Trouble the Water (Zeitgeist Films)
Neighborhood groups disturbed by how redevelopment is managed in the city of San Diego will meet tonight to define their priorities. KPBS reporter Alison St John has more.
A couple hundred students from San Diego County and Tijuana came together at La Jolla Cove for World Water Monitoring Day today. KPBS Reporter Ana Tintocalis has more.
One of the new bills signed into law by Governor Schwarzenegger at the end of the legislative session would provide allow agencies to provide assistance to homeless veterans.
There's new financial assistance available for San Diego County homeowners who have subprime home mortgages. The refinancing assistance is part of a flurry of bills approved at the end of the legislative session. KPBS Reporter Ed Joyce has more.
The nation's financial crisis is having an impact all over the globe this week. Plus, rising unemployment and decreasing consumer confidence are the main causes of a lower economic outlook for San Diego County. And, the races for San Diego City Council are starting to heat up.
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is taking to the radio airwaves -- this time with a pitch to potential investors. The state treasurer is preparing to sell about four-billion dollars in short term notes next week to bring in some cash.
Dangerous fire weather is predicted for the next several days in Southern California. And San Diego, federal and state fire officials are taking no chances. KPBS Environmental Reporter Ed Joyce has details.