Contributor through April 2010
After San Diego residents along the coastline complained of faulty garage door openers and car alarm technology gone amok, the U.S. Navy issued a statement neither claiming nor denying responsibility, but they did offer an explanation.
A 282-page document released today by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation contains the history of John Albert Gardner III's incarceration in the California state prison system. The document contains graphic material.
A report released late last month by the Highway Loss Data Institute found California’s new hands-free law has not reduced the number of vehicular accidents.
Two national retail chains with grocery stores in San Diego County are looking at policies that may change the type of fish they sell.
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KPBS wanted to calculate how much money the state pays to incarcerate inmates for a life sentence. As an inmate ages behind bars, his expenses can nearly triple as he requires more health care.
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The Supreme Court has rejected California's challenge to reduce its overcrowded prison population. The high court says the state must follow a federal order to reduce its prison numbers by 40,000 within two years. Yesterday, we told how overcrowding is taking a toll on old and sick inmates. Now, we look at the cost of spending life in prison. KPBS Producer Wendy Fry joins us with that part of the story.
“You stand here on the street corner,” Mama Rita informed me. “Then, here come the cops and they tell you to move four blocks that way. You move four blocks that way and here come the schools telling you to move four blocks that-a-way. Where are we supposed to go?"
The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency said Wednesday that five more people in San Diego County have died with symptoms that could be linked to the swine flu, bringing the total number of local deaths to 52.
This weekend I lived on the streets. I lived outside the San Diego winter homeless shelter and I ate, slept, cried, peed, learned, laughed, panhandled and listened to the street all weekend long.
Culture Lust Weekend recommends an absurd circus troupe, a chamber group named for a Wallace Stevens poem, and the reggae grooves of Fat Freddy's Drop.
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