Stories From This Week's Episode
May 27, 2011
The U.S. Supreme Court says California must reduce its prison population by more than 30,000 inmates in the next two years, saying existing conditions meet the constitutional definition of cruel and unusual punishment. Mayors of both San Francisco and San Jose push for pension reform to curb rising costs for public employee contracts and retirees in their cities. PG&E plans to charge residential customers who use the least amount of energy the highest rates.
- Julie Small, Reporter, KPCC, Southern California Public Radio
- Rachel Gordon, City Hall Reporter, San Francisco Chronicle
- Tom Vacar, Consumer Editor, KTVU News
San Francisco General Hospital was the first hospital in the world to opens its doors to AIDS patients and continues to lead the way today. Belva Davis speaks with Diane Jones, RN and Brad Hare, MD, both with San Francisco General Hospital's legendary Ward 86, about advancements in medical treatment in the last 30 years and yet to come.
Also on KQED.org this week ...
American Indian Heritage Month
KQED proudly celebrates the richness and diversity of the greater San Francisco Bay Area by commemorating American Indian Heritage Month in November. KQED Public TV 9 schedules a special lineup of programs, which are highlighted in a guide along with listings of community resources and local events.
Bay Area Bites Thanksgiving Menu
Bay Area Bites shares a Thanksgiving Menu with creative yet traditional recipes along with related posts to cooking guides, advice, and safety tips to have a delicious and stress-free holiday meal.