Adapting To The New Reality Of Increased Wildfire Danger
Governor Jerry Brown is warning Californians that climate change will make wildfires more frequent and dangerous. We'll assess what the governor means about adapting to this new reality.
Gonzalez, Castaneda Ramp Up Campaigns
One week before the May 21 special election, candidates for California's 80th Assembly District race to connect with voters.
Rare A.R. Gurrey Jr. Surfing Book: 'The Surf Riders of Hawaii' Up for...
A rare find documenting a piece of early surfing history goes up for auction this week in Orange County. The newly found hand-made surfing book by A.R. Gurrey Jr. is considered to be the first book on surfing and Gurrey the first true surf...
Privacy Rights vs. Employee Tracking
From video cameras to GPS to reading emails and social media accounts — how much tracking is too much by your employer? When does monitoring employees for productivity cross over an employees right to privacy?
Weekend Preview: 'Other Desert Cities', 'Accomplice' and Adams Avenue...
A new play at the Old Globe, a recently extended out-of-the-norm theater experience, a folk music festival and a party celebrating North County San Diego are what's topping our to-do list this weekend.
SDSU Takes Poetry International
At San Diego State University, a literary journal called Poetry International works to broaden the boundaries of poetry through careful translation.
County Leaders Mull Broader Representation On Fair Board
Supervisors will continue negotiations for more local control of the Del Mar Fairgrounds.
Prospero's Son: Local Author Writes Of Life, Books, Love And Theater
UC San Diego Arts and Humanities dean discusses his memoir "Prospero's Son," a story about his family, its secrets and finding resolution.
San Diego's Unemployment Rate Falls To 7.7 Percent
For the first time in more than four years, the county's unemployment rate dropped below 8 percent, but is it too soon to celebrate?
San Diego City Council To Consider New Medical Marijuana Ordinance Today
The City Council is scheduled today to discuss the components of a draft law that would make medical marijuana dispensaries legal in San Diego again.
Earth Day Puts Spotlight On San Diego's Environment
How dirty is the air we breath and the water we drink?
North County Transit District Rebuts KPBS/inewsource Investigation
The SPRINTER light rail line is undergoing repairs, and KPBS/inewsource looked into the maintenance budget for North County Transit District. That public agency is now refuting some of the findings in our investigation.
San Diego's Lowrider History Documented
A new documentary focuses on San Diego's low riding history and its contribution. Everything Comes from the Streets highlights the voices of pioneers in the movement and how its influence led to the establishment of Chicano Park. The film premiers...
Weekend Preview: Bottled & Kegged, CityBeat Festival of Beers And The...
It's going to be a beer-heavy weekend in San Diego, but not to worry. We've rounded out our weekend to-do list with not one — but three — gallery openings, acoustic music and a day celebrating records.
The Changing Face Of San Diego's Gun Culture
As gun legislation is debated by lawmakers in Washington, local activists rally outside a North County congressional office. We take a look at their meeting with Congressman Darrell Issa's staff and look at how the gun culture in San Diego has evolved.
Barrio Logan Celebrates Murals, Chicano Park's 43rd Anniversary
Residents have many reasons to celebrate Chicano Park.
Nat'l Healthcare Decisions Day: Are You Prepared?
Making end-of-life healthcare decisions for a loved one is never easy and sometimes it can tear a family apart. On National Healthcare Decisions Day, we look at how to start the conversation now so your loved one can express their wishes and be part...
Boston Bombings Prompt Extra Vigilance in San Diego Area
Law enforcement officials in the San Diego area were on heightened alert while monitoring the aftermath of explosions that killed two people and injured dozens more at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
Is San Diego Doing Enough To Maintain Its Police Force?
Mayor Filner's 2014 budget includes funds to increase the San Diego Police Department by 136 new officers this year. But the San Diego Police Officer Association says the department is already short by 100 officers and more than half of the department...
Future Of Technology: Inventor Of The Cellphone Looks Ahead
Technology has changed the way we communicate, live and learn but what does technology hold for our future? Martin Cooper made the very first cellphone call from a prototype he worked on while at Motorola. He says as we move forward, so should...
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