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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


Del Mar's Horse Racing Season Begins In The Shadow of Santa Anita Deaths And More Local News
07/17/2019 7:42am

The summer racing season kicks off Wednesday in Del Mar after 30 horses died earlier this year at Los Angeles Santa Anita Park track. Plus, new research from Scripps Institute of Oceanography shows how climate change is fueling California wildfires, Trumps new asylum law leaves migrants in Tijuana desperate and confused and nuclear fuel transfers at San Onofre resume this week following a near accident last year.

Trump Moves To Effectively End Asylum At Southern Border And More Local News
07/16/2019 7:54am

Reversing decades of U.S. policy, the Trump administration says it will end all asylum protections for most migrants who arrive at the U.S.-Mexico border. So what does that mean for asylum-seekers in Tijuana Plus, San Diego City Council approves a new law requiring gun owners to lock up their guns and San Diego City Attorney Mara Elliot campaigns for reelection.

MTS To Spend $34 million On New Fare Collection System And More Local News
07/15/2019 7:27am

The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System plans to spend $34 million for a new tap-and-go fare collection system. Plus, despite a new state law aimed at increasing transparency of police investigations, the public will not be able to access records detailing the case of an officer killing a man armed with only a pen. Also on todays podcast, a large San Diego-based tuna fishing operation is slashing the size of its fleet by more than half and a former La Mesa pastor files a civil rights lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security.

Waitlist For Asylum-Seekers In Tijuana Now At Its Highest Number Ever And More Local News
07/12/2019 7:51am

This week, the list of migrants waiting to enter the United States through the San Ysidro port of entry reached over 9,000. Plus, President Trump abandons his effort to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census, Vice President Mike Pence visits San Diego navy bases and the family of a man who was shot and killed by San Diego police in 2015 has their suit reinstated by a federal appeals court.

Lambda Archives Stores San Diego's LGBTQ History And More Local News
07/11/2019 8:00am

A local archive space in University Heights is home to much of San Diegos LGBTQ history. Hear whats inside. Plus, despite a growing Latino middle class, California families face hurdles getting there Scripps researchers take the lead in a $129 million grant for HIV vaccine research and a teenage girl from Alpine meets the kidney donor who saved her life.


7191 Engineer Rd
San Diego, CA 92111   Directions

(858) 492-9269


35 years after the San Ysidro McDonald’s massacre
07/18/2019 5:26am

Southwestern College will hold a memorial event at its Higher Education Center to mark the 35th remembrance of the McDonalds shooting that left 21 dead and 19 others injured.

Comic-Con 2019 kicks off with Preview Night
07/18/2019 1:19am

SAN DIEGO San Diego Comic-Con 2019 is just hours away from officially kicking off, but the crowds already swarmed the convention center for preview night and all the activities going on in Gaslamp Quarter Wednesday. This is my first preview night, said Viet Nguyen excitedly. You could feel the energy and level of excitement packing the room as everyone got to take in the latest in comics, animation, movies, TV shows, games and more one day early. Take your

4.6-magnitude quake strikes near Ridgecrest
07/17/2019 11:42pm

A 4.6-magnitude earthquake struck near Ridgecrest Wednesday evening, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

Man, woman found dead in Borrego Springs home
07/17/2019 11:25pm

A man and a woman were found dead in a home in Borrego Springs Wednesday, prompting a homicide investigation, authorities said.

San Diego awarded $15M in lead paint settlement
07/17/2019 11:12pm

Three companies that formerly manufactured lead paint have agreed to pay the city of San Diego $15 million to settle a nearly two-decade lawsuit over the use of their paint products in local homes, the City Attorneys Office announced Wednesday.

San Diego CityBeat
San Diego CityBeat

3047 University Ave
San Diego, CA 92104   Directions

(619) 281-7526


Tales from the Con
07/17/2019 7:12am

San Diego Comic-Con is filled with stories of celeb sightings and awkward geek interactions. For this years cover, we put the call out on social media for readers to chime in with their most memorable moments of awkward celebrity meetings.

Claudia Dominguez’s graphic content
07/17/2019 6:49am

When I show people they are like, This is so horrible, says Claudia Dominguez, referring to the subject matter of her debut graphic novel More Than Money. Yes, it was horrible, but it healed me tremendously.

One museum to rule them all
07/17/2019 6:45am

We spoke with Comic-Con Museum Executive Director Adam Smith about the pop-up preview, the Batman exhibition and what he hopes the museum will represent even for people whove never even been to the Con.

Finding the POCs, NOCs and WinCs at SDCC
07/17/2019 6:34am

Every year, I roam the Exhibit Hall of the convention center with one goal: to find Black artists and writers.

Pinhead and the (City) Auditor
07/17/2019 6:29am

From the cheap seats, it appeared San Diego City Councilmember Scott Sherman had saved some Fourth of July fireworks for last weeks Audit Committee meeting.

San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego Union-Tribune

600 B St
San Diego, CA 92101   Directions

(619) 718-5200


Your Opinions: The debt ceiling is there for a good reason
07/18/2019 7:05am

Our childrens future will be bleak if we continue to add more interest payments

'The Last Waltz' by The Band gets twin salute from Mrs. Henry
07/18/2019 7:03am

The classic 1976 live album and concert film by The Band have both been remade anew, in a loving tribute from the San Diego band Mrs. Henry.

Poway OnStage announces 2019-20 season: Melissa Etheridge, Rosanne Cash and more
07/18/2019 7:00am

Poway OnStage has announced the lineup for its 2019-20 Professional Performance series, and the new season will include Rosanne Cash, Melissa Etheridge and Jake Shimabukuro.

Over The Line tournament ends with championship rounds this weekend
07/18/2019 7:00am

Longest running beach bat-and-ball sport draws thousands of spectators to Fiesta Island.

Cesarina debuts summer menu and — gasp! — a dessert to rival its tiramisù
07/18/2019 7:00am

Cesarina, the charming, new Italian restaurant in Point Loma, introduces seasonal specialties and a perfect cannoli prepared tableside

University of California SD TV
University of California SD TV

9500 Gilman Dr
San Diego, CA 92093   Directions

(858) 534-7076


Rand Steiger's Template for Improvising Trumpeter and Orchestra - La Jolla Symphony and Chorus
07/14/2019 4:00pm

As noted by the title, this piece centers on the talents of virtuoso trumpeter Peter Evans in a performance that is largely though not entirely improvised in performance. Evans tones are manipulated at times by the composer through digital signal processing, in what amounts to another interdependent and improvised performance indeed, the watchwords for the entire enterprise are exploration and collaboration. Series: La Jolla Symphony & Chorus Show ID: 33855

Genetic Counseling for Pregnancy
07/14/2019 4:00pm

Genetic testing has become a routine part of pregnancy, but what do the results mean Genetic counselors play a valuable role in interpreting your results and guiding you through the process of what to do with that information. Dr. Julia Cormano sits down with genetic counselors Christina Brock and Andrea Procko to find out how they support patients throughout pregnancy. Series: Motherhood Channel Show ID: 34915

Radical Opportunity: Unleashing the Talent of Young Adults - Opportunity Summit 2019
07/10/2019 4:00pm

Two of Americas premier corporations, Gap Inc. and Hyatt Hotels, have set ambitious goals for hiring, mentoring and promoting opportunity youth. Meet the women who are leading these initiatives from the c-suite and learn why these employers see opportunity youth as a strategic investment. Each leader is joined on stage by a young adult who found a career foothold through their efforts. Series: Career Channel Show ID: 34909

CARTA: Cellular and Molecular Explorations of Anthropogeny - Wieland Huttner: Human-Specific Genes and Neocortex Expansion in Development and Evolution
07/08/2019 4:00pm

The search for human-specific genome changes underlying the unique neocortex expansion found only in the human brain. Series: CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny Show ID: 32971

Navigating the Perilous Waters at the Edge of Glaciers to Understand Sea Level Rise - 2019 Keeling Lecture
07/06/2019 4:00pm

Collapsing ice shelves and calving of large icebergs in Greenland and Antarctica have recently become major drivers of sea level rise. The rapidity of these changes has come as a surprise, revealing major gaps in our understanding of how ice sheets respond to a changing climate. To a large extent, these gaps are due to the lack of measurements from the marine edge of glaciers - the Achilles heel of glaciers. For over a decade, since the glaciers in Greenland began their retreat, Fiammetta Straneo and her group at Scripps Institution of Oceanography have been probing the edge of massive calving glaciers in iceberg-choked fjords in Greenland using helicopters, icebreakers, fishing vessels, and autonomous vehicles. The understanding gained through these measurements is being used in models aimed at improving sea-level rise predictions. Series: Jeffrey B. Graham Perspectives on Ocean Science Lecture Series Show ID: 34572

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