Stories for January 9, 2009
- Jan. 9
- By Beth Accomando and Cinema Junkie by Beth Accomando
The days of walking into a store and buying an official San Diego city street sign are over for now. The City Store closes for good today. KPBS reporter Katie Orr has details.
The region's water supply continues to be stretched despite recent rains. Because of tight supplies regional water managers have created a new online tool that tracks Southern California's stored water. KPBS Environmental Reporter Ed Joyce has more.
- Jan. 9
- By Beth Accomando
In the early 1980s, the Israeli army invaded Lebanon and played a role in the massacre of Muslim men, women and children at refugee camps in South Lebanon. These events are at the elusive center of the animated documentary "Waltz with Bashir" (opening today at Landmark's La Jolla Village Theaters).
- Jan. 9
- KPBS Public Broadcasting
The United Nations stopped delivering humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip, due to the ongoing attacks from Israel. Plus, President-elect Barack Obama said the country could face "trillion-dollar deficits for years to come," and urged Congress to move quickly in adopting his economic stimulus proposals after the inauguration on January 20th. And, the City Council began the new year by discussing ways to deal with San Diego's budget deficit.
The Drug Enforcement Administration has released a new poster looking for information on 10 members of Tijuana's Arellano Felix Drug Cartel. Joining us on Morning Edition is KPBS Border Reporter Amy Isackson.
A project to replace dwindling sand on one North San Diego County beach may pave the way for similar projects on other county beaches. After a long approvals process, an Encinitas beach is getting sand from a construction site. KPBS Environmental Reporter Ed Joyce has details.