Conan Nolan of KNBC News guest hosts.
- Newsmaker: West Coast Dockworkers Must Overcome Huge Backlog
From Seattle to San Diego, longshoremen are heading back to work after the President invoked the Taft-Hartley Act, forcing an end to the labor dispute. Mark Nero, trade and transportation reporter for the Long Beach Press-Telegram, says that the backlog, which could last up to two months, will continue to have an adverse affect the economy.
- Reporter-s Notebook: Pakistani Elections Reinforce Military Rule
When Pakistanis go to the polls tomorrow to vote for their parliament, they-ll go under the watchful eye of that country-s military and its President, General Pervez Musharraf. Paul Watson, South Asia bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times, reports on the likelihood of a return to civilian rule and the affect of cross-border tensions on Pakistan-s internal politics.
Prior to joining NBC-s LA team, Nolan reported for the network-s Salinas affiliate. He-s also worked as a television news reporter and sports anchor, as well as a public radio political reporter, in San Luis Obispo. The graduate of UC Davis grew up in Los Osos, in California-s central coast. He and his family live in the Los Angeles area.