Stories From This Week's Episode
March 4, 2011
News Panel: San Bruno pipeline explosion, pink slips for Bay Area educators, and Oakland's gang debate
NTSB hearings on the San Bruno pipeline explosion bring startling revelations. Among them, the city's fire chief says he had no knowledge the PG&E transmission line even existed. School districts prepare for what could be a record number of pink slips as the fate of Governor Brown's special election hangs in the balance. The debate heats up over an Oakland injunction that could ban alleged gang members from associating with each other in one neighborhood. Eighteen years later, a possible settlement in the notorious abuse case at Pelican Bay State Prison.
- Tom Vacar, Consumer Editor, KTVU News
- Jill Tucker, Education Reporter, San Francisco Chronicle
- Aimee Allison, Publisher, OaklandSeen.com
- Michael Montgomery, Reporter, Center for Investigative Reporting
Also on KQED.org this week ...
Homeless U: How Students Study and Survive on the Streets
As part of its SF Homeless Project, KQED profiles college students who live in cars, couch surf and sneak into campus buildings to spend the night.
Watch Film School Shorts Online
Featuring the best short student films from major institutions like NYU, Columbia University, UCLA, USC and University of Texas, that have wowed audiences at Cannes, Sundance, Toronto, Telluride and SXSW.