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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


San Diego Officials Push Tourist Tax Hike For Civic Projects And More Local News
10/11/2019 7:24am

The push for a tax measure that would pay for a Convention Center expansion, homeless services and road paving is back whats different this time. Plus, California this week launched a peer-run phone line that offers callers emotional support. The new statewide resource is just another option for local residents. Also on todays podcast, the number of reported heat-related injuries in the military has skyrocketed in the past few years. So the Pentagon is turning one base into a world center for fighting those injuries. And, San Diego native, Samin Nosrat is back in her hometown, after traveling all over the world hosting the popular Netflix series Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat.

Police Video Shows One Officer Fatally Shooting El Cerrito Man While Partner Uses Taser And More Local News
10/10/2019 7:47am

Newly released body camera video shows what happened during an officer-involved shooting by San Diego police in August. The video shows an officer shooting and killing a man who is charging at him with a shovel. Plus, as Turkish military forces attack Kurdish controlled cities in northern Syria, the Kurdish community of San Diego has been gripped with fear and outrage. Also on todays podcast, an effort to beef up civilian oversight of San Diego police officers failed last year. This year, the idea has a champion on the City Council. And, the city of San Diego and SDSU are at loggerheads over how much the citys Mission Valley stadium property is worth.

Rep. Peters Authors Bill That Ties Federal Transit Funds To Housing And More Local News
10/09/2019 7:43am

The bill proposed by Congressman Scott Peters would require state and local governments applying for federal transit money to show that housing will be located near planned mass transit stops. Plus, Californias frequent wildfires are hurting efforts to stem climate change, according to a key finding from the non partisan think tank, Next 10. Also on todays podcast, Jennifer Doudna, the co-founder of CRISPR, a technology that can edit or alter DNA and genetic traits, was in San Diego this week and sounds off on the future of gene editing and the ethical concerns surrounding it. And, apprehensions of people at the southern border dropped for the fourth straight month in September, hear whats behind the shift.

Awareness Helps But It’ll Take More To Shed Mental Illness Stigma And More Local News
10/08/2019 7:25am

Advocates are battling the mental health stigma with this weeks National Mental Illness Awareness. In San Diego, a temporary mural brings awareness to the issue but changing the negative perception hinges on more than just education. Plus, the Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear SDG&Es appeal to pass on the $379 million in costs related to the 2007 fires that razed parts of San Diego County through to customers. Also on todays podcast, the city of Del Mar and the California Coastal Commission are set to lock horns next week over how the city will deal with rising sea levels. And, as the war in Vietnam dragged on for years, the wives of American POWs were faced with a choice. Hear how their decision to go public became a national movement.

Study: Stricter Border Enforcement May Lead To More CBP Corruption And More Local News
10/07/2019 7:38am

A new study from San Diego State University finds stricter border enforcement creates a greater climate for Border Patrol corruption. Plus, in order to help veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder, organizations are exploring scuba diving. And, mental health advocates are encouraging San Diegans to think about behavioral health as part of National Mental Illness Awareness week in an effort to fight the stigma around behavioral health disorders.


7191 Engineer Rd
San Diego, CA 92111   Directions

(858) 492-9269


Gang members sentenced for chasing, killing teen with machete
10/13/2019 7:04pm

The five gang members who slashed a New York teen to death with a machete and knives last year after mistaking him for a rival have been sentenced to decades in prison.

Schools reopen as firefighters make progress on Saddleridge Fire
10/13/2019 6:43pm

Aided by more favorable weather conditions Sunday, firefighters gained the upper hand over the 7,965-acre Saddleridge Fire in the Northern San Fernando Valley, where the last evacuation orders have been lifted after some 100,000 people were forced to leave their homes.

Loose horse seen running along PCH
10/13/2019 5:20pm

A loose horse was seen running along Pacific Coast Highway in Del Mar Sunday morning.

Lanes along I-805 to close Sunday night
10/13/2019 4:59pm

The San Diego Association of Governments and Caltrans will close lanes and multiple ramps along north and southbound Interstate 805 Sunday to continue construction of a future bridge at Sweetwater Road.

Sunday’s Top Headlines
10/13/2019 1:29pm

A house fire kills one person and traps a family inside, a call to stop sewage spilling into Imperial Beach, and the latest in the impeachment inquiry. Those stories and more on the Weekend Update.

San Diego CityBeat
San Diego CityBeat

3047 University Ave
San Diego, CA 92104   Directions

(619) 281-7526


OktoBeerFest, Bach and more events fill this week
10/08/2019 7:00pm

Here are our picks this week in the areas of art, books, comedy, film, food and drink, music, performance and more.

Top 15: October 9
10/08/2019 7:00pm

From the Latin American Art Fair to DogFest San Diego, check out these 15 local events this week.

The Waterboys are Bringing the Action
10/08/2019 7:00pm

The Waterboys play The Observatory North Park on Saturday, October 12. Known for the song The Whole of the Moon, lead singer Mike Scott is vague about the show, but he reveals a little bit.

The Inspiration Continues
10/08/2019 7:00pm

Ride is back with another album, This Is Not a Safe Place, which once again showcases their sonic evolution, but also serves as a solid indication that there is much more to come in their newly ignited, second go-round.

Deserved Support or Life Support?
10/08/2019 7:00pm

There are 154 active breweries in San Diego, 29 tasting rooms nonproduction, satellite locations, and 10 more in planning or build-out stages. Thats a lot of beer.

San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego Union-Tribune

600 B St
San Diego, CA 92101   Directions

(619) 718-5200


Man covered in green paint shot with Taser after trying to fight officers
10/13/2019 6:58pm

Neighbors called police after spotting the man approaching houses in Rancho Bernardo

San Diego police plan safety enforcement operation for Monday
10/13/2019 6:51pm

The operation will be focused in the Northern Division which includes the communities of Clairemont, La Jolla, Pacific Beach and Mission Beach

You can own Campo for $5.5 million
10/13/2019 6:22pm

The agent in the sale now says the price is $5.5 million to $6 million. The listing originally had no price.

Oceanside to launch sand retention study
10/13/2019 5:07pm

Federal shoreline project incomplete after nearly 20 years

Balboa Park tree climbers wow crowd, pursue glory
10/13/2019 5:05pm

The International Society of Arboriculture hosted the North American championships for tree climbing this weekend in Balboa Park

University of California SD TV
University of California SD TV

9500 Gilman Dr
San Diego, CA 92093   Directions

(858) 534-7076


Using Stem Cells to Research the Brain - Health Matters
10/05/2019 4:00pm

Stem Cell research could unlock the mystery of what makes the human brain special. Researcher Alysson Muotri is using stem cells to grow tiny versions of developing human brains in his lab to study everything from autism to the Zika virus. His lab is even looking into how space flight impacts brain development. Series: Health Matters Show ID: 35077

Understanding Kawasaki Disease - Health Matters
10/02/2019 4:00pm

Kawasaki Disease is the most common cause of acquired heart disease in the developed world, but it is often misdiagnosed. Without proper treatment, 1 in 4 children will develop irreversible and potentially fatal heart damage. In this episode of Health Matters, leading Kawasaki Disease researcher Dr. Jane C. Burns explains the signs parents should be able to recognize. Series: Health Matters Show ID: 35076

The Private Art of Theodor Dr. Seuss Geisel - Dinner in the Library 2019
10/01/2019 4:00pm

Theodor Geisel, a.k.a. Dr. Seuss, created paintings and sketches for his own enjoyment. Some of these are now included in the Dr. Seuss Collection at the UC San Diego Library. Join a panel of distinguished speakers as they explore broad themes woven throughout Geisels works and its literary and artistic impact. Panelists Mary Beebe, Stuart Collection, Seth Lerer, Professor of Literature, and Rob Sidner, Mingei International Museum, each bring a unique perspective. Series: Library Channel Arts and Music Show ID: 35062

Bracing for Fire When the Wind Blows
09/30/2019 4:00pm

The Alertwildfire camera network across California provides rapid confirmation of emergency wildfire 911 calls, situational awareness, and in the worst-case scenarios real-time data to help sequence evacuations. Join Neal Driscoll to learn how the great state of California is using technology to help firefighters and improve public preparedness during wildfire disasters. Series: Jeffrey B. Graham Perspectives on Ocean Science Lecture Series Show ID: 35176

Boosting Bone Health to Prevent Injury and Speed Healing - Research on Aging
09/27/2019 4:00pm

Bones are dynamic and continue to rebuild themselves, even as we age. Bone remodeling is supported by a healthy diet and by regular physical activity. Join Vicky Newman, MS, RDN to learn more about dietary choices that help calcium stay in our bones and out of our blood vessels to support both bone strength and arterial flexibility. Adequate calcium, vitamin D, vitamin K, and several trace minerals are all important, as is enough protein and alkaline minerals like magnesium. Our food, supplement, and activity choices help protect bone strength and structural flexibility to help prevent injury and speed healing. Series: Stein Institute for Research on Aging Health and Medicine Show ID: 35100

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