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7677 Engineer Rd
San Diego, CA 92111   Directions

(858) 571-8888



4600 Air Way
San Diego, CA 92102   Directions

(619) 237-1010



5200 Campanile Dr
San Diego, CA 92182   Directions

(619) 594-1515


Frozen Skin Cells Could Create A New Future For Endangered Northern White Rhinos And More Local News
12/13/2019 7:42am

San Diego researchers are working to revive the northern white rhino before it goes extinct. An answer is possible, if efforts in the lab pay off. Plus, school meals are a lifeline for thousands of students in the county. Find out how local schools and charities are making sure students stay fed during the holidays. And, the U.S. Census Bureau is hiring. Its gearing up to bring on thousands of people in San Diego. This is the latest step toward improving participation in a region declared hard to count.

More Priest Abuse Victims Plan To Sue Catholic Diocese Of San Diego And More Local News
12/12/2019 7:45am

Four victims came forward Wednesday with allegations of sexual assault against a now dead priest. Hear why theyre suing the Catholic Diocese of San Diego now. Plus, tens of millions of Americans care for their aging parents. A new book called Raising an Aging Parent explores how to handle those challenges in healthy and beneficial ways. And, San Diego is at the center of the baseball world this week with MLBs Winter Meetings in town. Each year executives, exhibitors and job seekers gathered for the four-day event. KPBS went to check in on the action.

Doctors March On Border Patrol, Demanding It Vaccinates Detainees And More Local News
12/11/2019 7:44am

A group of doctors from across the country are spending the week in San Diego demanding they be allowed to vaccinate detained migrants against flu. As they protested outside of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection regional headquarters in Chula Vista, several were arrested. Plus, a former sheriffs deputy who pleaded guilty to assaulting 16 women while on duty learned his fate in court Tuesday. And, the water in Poway is again safe to drink. This after storm water contaminated the citys water supply forcing people to turn off their taps for a week. But now theres a political battle boiling.

San Diego Hospitals, County Pledge To Improve Emergency Care For Older Patients And More Local News
12/10/2019 8:00am

San Diego emergency departments want to better serve the countys seniors. Monday, nine local health care providers pledged to improve geriatric care over the next year. Hear what that will look like. Plus, newly released numbers by U.S. Customs and Border Protection shows the number of people apprehended crossing the southern border continues to decline. And, an inewsource investigation has found hundreds of fire incident calls this year cited homeless encampments. The situation is leaving many residents on edge.

Republican Councilman Might Jump Into Race For San Diego Mayor And More Local News
12/09/2019 7:38am

Eight people have submitted paperwork to run for San Diego mayor next year. One well-known Republican is among them: City Councilman Scott Sherman. Plus, California health officials say identifying childhood trauma could be key to preventing chronic disease later on. The state is now giving doctors training tools to do that. And, Ballast Point Brewing Company has been sold for the second time in four years. The San Diego-born craft beer company was bought by a small Chicago firm called Kings & Convicts.


7191 Engineer Rd
San Diego, CA 92111   Directions

(858) 492-9269


1 hospitalized after SR-52 crash
12/13/2019 2:46pm

One person was taken to a hospital after a vehicle crash in Kearny Mesa Friday, authorities said.

FDA investigates 3 separate E. coli outbreaks
12/13/2019 2:26pm

The FDA is investigating three separate E. coli outbreaks linked to salad products.

Presidential hopefuls threaten to skip debate over union dispute
12/13/2019 2:05pm

Democratic presidential hopefuls said Friday they will skip next weeks debate if a labor dispute involving food-service workers goes unresolved.

Horse racing board calls for restrictions on using whips during races
12/13/2019 1:27pm

Californias horse-racing regulators have tentatively approved new rules on jockeys whipping horses during races.

Watch Live: San Diego Gulls take on Stockton Heat
12/13/2019 1:09pm

Watch the San Diego Gulls take on the Stockton Heat at Pechanga Arena thjis Saturday at 7 p.m. on FOX 5 or fox5sandiego.com.

San Diego CityBeat
San Diego CityBeat

3047 University Ave
San Diego, CA 92104   Directions

(619) 281-7526


Top 15: December 11
12/11/2019 9:16am

From Mark Diamond to Kizomba Bootcamp, check out these 15 local events this week.

Santa Run, distillery tours and more events fill this week
12/11/2019 9:15am

Here are our picks this week in the areas of film, food and drink, museums and more.

Pretty ‘Reckless’
12/11/2019 9:12am

Actor/musician Kiefer Sutherland says both of his occupations are related, as theyre both ways to tell stories.

As I Lay Dying Resurrected
12/11/2019 9:11am

San Diego-based heavy metal group As I Lay Dying is back together and returning to its hometown for a show with After the Burial and Emmure at Soma.

Reviving a Career
12/11/2019 9:10am

Thompson Square will perform during the free Reviverfest with Tenille Arts and Aaron Goodvin at 8 p.m. Saturday, December 14, at Tin Roof San Diego.

San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego Union-Tribune

600 B St
San Diego, CA 92101   Directions

(619) 718-5200


Downtown roads will be converted into parks, starting with this East Village street
12/13/2019 3:29pm

Network of greenways will start on 14th Street with a linear park set to replace one travel lane and a row of street parking spots

Ocean Beach pier closed because of high surf
12/13/2019 2:38pm

Shutdown expected to last through Saturday morning, according to San Diego Fire-Rescue Department

Man, 33, shot multiple times at a home in Chula Vista; he is expected to recover
12/13/2019 1:33pm

The shooting occurred around 12:45 a.m. Friday on Barrett Avenue just north of Agua Tibia Avenue

Commentary: How San Diego water agency is seeking to protect ratepayers
12/13/2019 12:05pm

Local Water Authority wants more transparency

Commentary: Why SoCal water agencies must end litigation era
12/13/2019 12:05pm

Time to move forward from San Diego agency lawsuits

University of California SD TV
University of California SD TV

9500 Gilman Dr
San Diego, CA 92093   Directions

(858) 534-7076


CARTA presents Impact of Early Life Deprivation on Cognition: Implications for the Evolutionary Origins of the Human Mind - Introduction and Opening Remarks
12/15/2019 3:00pm

Opening remarks to a symposium that addresses the influences of environment and culture on the emergence of the human mind based on available evidence, ranging from experiments by ancient monarchs to the follow-up of Romanian orphans, while addressing comparative and neurobiological issues. Series: CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny Show ID: 35279

The Effects of Early Psychosocial Deprivation on Brain-Behavioral Development: Findings from the Bucharest Early Intervention Project - CARTA presents Impact of Early Life Deprivation on Cognition – Charles Nelson
12/14/2019 3:00pm

Experience is the engine that drives much of postnatal brain development. When children are deprived of key i.e., experience-expected experiences, particularly during critical periods of development, brain and behavioral development can be derailed. There is perhaps no more egregious form of deprivation than being raised in large, state-run institutions. Charles Nelson Harvard Medical School discusses the Bucharest Early Intervention Project, a long-term study that includes infants abandoned to institutions. Series: CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny Show ID: 35285

Deprivation of Nutrition as a Factor in Human Cognitive Evolution - CARTA presents Impact of Early Life Deprivation on Cognition – Marcus Pembrey
12/13/2019 3:00pm

Adequate vitamins and minerals are essential for normal cognitive development. Marcus Pembrey University College London uses iodine as an example. Severe iodine deficiency is a known cause of learning difficulties, but even suboptimal maternal iodine in early pregnancy can reduce the childs verbal IQ. Early humans thrived on the coast with a rich iodine diet. Bonobos dive for iodine-rich aquatic plants. Series: CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny Show ID: 35290

Resilience Processes in Development - CARTA presents Impact of Early Life Deprivation on Cognition – Ann Masten
12/13/2019 3:00pm

Ann Masten University of Minnesota discusses the meaning of resilience from a developmental perspective, highlighting the significance of findings from studies of extreme adversity in childhood for our understanding of processes that nurture or disrupt human capacity for adapting to challenges over the life course. Caregivers play a critical role both in protecting early wellbeing and nurturing the future resilience of children and their societies. Series: CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny Show ID: 35292

Developmental Amnesia - CARTA presents Impact of Early Life Deprivation on Cognition – Faraneh Vargha-Khadem
12/11/2019 3:00pm

In modern humans, an exquisite cognitive ability has evolved that enables mental time travel, the ability to mentally travel back in time and re-experience a personal event from the past that is no longer physically present. Faraneh Vargha-Khadem University College London explores how certain neonatal or early childhood pathological events, most commonly hypoxic/ischaemic episodes, target the immature hippocampus, leading to the later emergence of the syndrome of Developmental Amnesia, often without evidence of any neurological or other cognitive impairment. Series: CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny Show ID: 35288

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