Stories for September 1, 2008
Labor Day 2008 has me thinking about other meanings of that word, "labor." & As my first little one is due to arrive later this month, "labor and delivery" come to mind most readily. Even now though, my own preoccupation has not completely replaced the significance of
SAN DIEGO Sept. 1, 2008 To recognize outstanding leaders who have made a difference within the Latino community, Union Bank of California and KPBS are honoring six San Diego Latinos with Local Hero of the Year Awards.
As the fourth in the line of what has become San Diegos royal family, the Giant Panda cub Zhen Zhens opening year of life was marked by not only her milestones, but those of her siblings, as well as the massive earthquake in China that devastated the Giant Panda breeding center closely tied to the San Diego Zoos conservation efforts.
We may or may not be in a recession, but for many Californians, it feels like one. That's the upshot of two new studies this labor day.
The chairman of the state republican party is from San Diego. He says Senator John McCain's presidential campaign is getting the attention of undecided and independent voters in California. But the state's most well known Republican --Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, cancelled plans to speak today and remains on the sidelines. From Sacramento, Steve Shadley reports.