Stories for October 16, 2012
A water management coalition says it's hopeful some short-term projects to improve the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta will move forward.
California Governor Jerry Brown is kicking off a fresh wave of campaign events for his November sales and income tax measure.
Our election 2012 coverage continues with a report on Proposition 31. The measure would change California’s budgeting process. But it would do much more than that.
The first of the defendants at the heart of Operation Fast and Furious has been sentenced to prison.
When Lemon Andersen held a Tony Award in his hands for his work in Russell Simmons’ "Def Poetry Jam" on Broadway, it was close to a miracle. This poet/performer was a three-time felon who’d achieved more than anyone could have ever imagined. But when the show closed, he lost everything and moved his wife and two small daughters back to the projects. In desperation, he turned to the only thing he had left — his pen and his past. "LEMON" follows one man’s journey to take his life story to the New York stage while battling his darkest demons.
Nearly 424,000 people in San Diego County are enrolled in Medicare. Open enrollment is the time of year when people with Medicare can review their health coverage to make sure it still meets their needs. We'll get answers to your Medicare questions today at noon on KPBS Midday Edition.