KVCR's Ken Vincent interviews San Bernardino City Unified School Board President Michael Gallo, who will receive the Time For Change Foundation Community Humanitarian Award next month. Gallo talks about using his personal drive and professional success to try to inspire students to get the knowledge and skills they need to ensure their own success. This is Part 1 of a 2-part interview; Part 2 is also posted on this page.
In this week's "State of the Cities" segment, KVCR's Ken Vincent talks with the Mayor of Riverside, Rusty Bailey, about how his first year in office has gone since he replaced long-time Mayor Ron Loveridge. This is part one of a two-part interview that will continue tomorrow.
John Husing, the Chief Economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, continues his inventory of jobs in various sectors of the IE economy that could be filled by marginally-educated workers if the proper training were available. This morning, Husing tells KVCR's Ken Vincent about the state of job growth in the manufacturing sector.
3/17/2014 6:30 AM
| Matt Guilhem
This week's KVCR "State of the Cities" segment features a profile of the new Mayor of San Bernardino, Carey Davis. KVCR's Matt Guilhem talks with Davis about his history in San Bernardino, his background before being elected mayor, and Davis' plans for dealing with the city's bankruptcy, it's tradition of troubled municipal politics, and the path toward the city's economic and social rejuvenation.
(NOTE: KVCR split the following story and aired it in two parts on "Morning Edition," but you can click on this podcast to hear both parts combined into one feature story.)