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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


California Gets Good Marks Planning For Sea-Level Rise And More Local News
11/15/2019 7:52am

California has received the nations highest marks for coastal protection policies. A report out this week from California-based Heal The Bay looked at how the countrys 31 coastal states are dealing with climate change. Plus, protecting kids from harm is the goal of a new online tool unveiled by San Diego county prosecutors Wednesday. It allows people to report suspected abuse of students in school. Also ahead, an increase in home prices in City Heights is keeping the dream of owning a home out of reach for many residents.

Factoring Mental Health Into Wildfire Emergency Plans And More Local News
11/14/2019 9:22am

Its wildfire season in California, and though risk will eventually die down, the trauma these fires inflict on families can linger for a lifetime. Hear why some psychologists say mental health ought to be part of residents emergency plans. Plus, San Diego may have to cut spending by nearly $84 million next year thats the prognosis in a new report on the citys financial outlook. And, more cannabis dispensaries are coming to North County. In the last month two have opened in Vista with more on the way. Find out how the new shops are doing.

San Diego Catching Shade For Tree Planting Efforts And More Local News
11/13/2019 8:00am

An ambitious effort to boost the number and size of trees in the city of San Diego faces a difficult timetable. The citys climate action plan hopes to soften the impact of climate change by tripling the citys tree canopy. Plus, the San Diego County Medical Examiner has determined the cause of death for a San Diego State student who died after attending a fraternity party. The university has now formed a task force on student activities and safety and another on alcohol and substance misuse. Also ahead, the Supreme Court justices heard arguments Tuesday from the Trump administration on why it should be allowed to cancel DACA. Hear whats at stake locally for young immigrants.

San Diego Vets Part Of Campaign That Asks Public To Go ‘Beyond The Thank You’ And More Local News
11/12/2019 8:00am

Going from active duty military to veteran can feel like a loss of identity. Hear San Diego veterans talk about transitioning to civilian life. Plus, Veterans Day is a day to honor those who proudly served our nation. KPBS talks to one veteran about why the celebration means so much to him. And, after sitting vacant for more than a decade, a site nicknamed the Sally Wong building in City Heights is set to become affordable housing. Community advocates describe the project as a new chapter.

Some National Guardsmen Don’t Get Veterans’ Benefits, Congress Is Trying To Change That And More Local News
11/11/2019 8:00am

On Veterans Day, we look at how not everyone in uniform will be considered a veteran. Plus, culture plays a big part in the way communities deal with death.The experience of local Vietnamese immigrants is the focus of a documentary playing at the San Diego Asian Film Festival. And, Seaworld has hired a new CEO. This is the fourth one in 5 years and he is stepping in Monday to help the embattled theme park get back on the right footing.


7191 Engineer Rd
San Diego, CA 92111   Directions

(858) 492-9269


9-year-old boy fighting for his life after family shooting
11/17/2019 4:53pm

A 9-year-old boy who was shot by his father in a murder-suicide that left his three siblings and mother dead is fighting for his life in the hospital.

Sunday’s Top Stories
11/17/2019 4:00pm

A police pursuit of a teen in North Park leads to shots fired, the latest details on three children shot and killed by their father, and fires burn during a Red Flag Warning in the county. Those stories and more on the Weekend Update.

Car fire spreads to brush during Red Flag Warning
11/17/2019 8:56am

Firefighters battled a car fire that spread to nearby brush.

Man hurt in house fire
11/17/2019 8:35am

Firefighters responded to a house fire that left one man injured.

Woman stabbed outside Domino’s Pizza
11/17/2019 12:52am

A woman was stabbed outside a Dominos Pizza in Oceanside Saturday night.

San Diego CityBeat
San Diego CityBeat

3047 University Ave
San Diego, CA 92104   Directions

(619) 281-7526


SommCon San Diego, Cold Brew City Fest and more events fill this week
11/13/2019 4:44am

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

Top 15: November 13
11/13/2019 4:42am

From a night of jazz and comedy to the San Diego Ramen Festival, check out these 15 local events this week.

Hotpot for Cold Nights at Mada-Sao
11/13/2019 4:41am

Mada-Sao is a great place to tuck into a steaming pot of spicy broth.

Learning to Flee and Fly
11/13/2019 4:38am

In playwright Ann Nobles And Neither Have I Wings To Fly, Eveline Donnelly is a young Irish woman living a dutiful but mostly joyless life tending to her widowed father and her younger, impetuous sister, Kathleen.

Undeniable Chemistry
11/13/2019 4:35am

For this tour, to bolster the heavy guitar sound of Lets Rock, The Black Keys recruited longtime friends Thee Shams, who were later members of Buffalo Killers.

San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego Union-Tribune

600 B St
San Diego, CA 92101   Directions

(619) 718-5200


Aztecs return to top 25 in Amway Coaches poll
11/17/2019 3:37pm

San Diego State ranked No. 25 in nation in Coaches poll following win over Fresno State

Boy who survived Paradise Hills murder-suicide fighting for his life, family members say
11/17/2019 2:40pm

Family hopes to raise $35,000 for medical bills, funerals

Carlsbad digs deeper into train trench idea
11/17/2019 11:19am

Regional transportation officials will discuss downtown project

Carlsbad extends deadline for power plant demolition
11/17/2019 11:11am

Encina smokestack holds working antenna, water pumps delay will not aid preservation efforts

From the Archives: 30 years ago religion and politics clashed in San Diego
11/17/2019 9:00am

In 1989 Roman Catholic Bishop Leo T. Maher denied Communion to Lucy Killea over her stance on abortion

University of California SD TV
University of California SD TV

9500 Gilman Dr
San Diego, CA 92093   Directions

(858) 534-7076


Why I Sit: UC San Diego CSE Red Chair Event for Diversity Equity and Inclusion
11/20/2019 3:00pm

At the CSE Celebration of Diversity, attendees were invited to participate in a Red Chair Event, which is part of the National Center for Women in Technologys SitWithMe campaign. Dozens of people sat down in a red chair to say a few words about diversity, equity, and inclusion. Through this symbolic gesture, they took a stand for diversity, equity and inclusion in Computer Science & Engineering and beyond. Series: Computer Science Channel Show ID: 34529

Young People's Concert 2019 - La Jolla Symphony and Chorus
11/13/2019 3:00pm

In this fun and informative program Conductor Steven Schick guides the audience through excerpts from Bla Bartks Concerto for Orchestra and Florence Prices Violin Concerto No.1 as well as the complete William Tell Overture by Rossini. Schick places particular emphasis on the orchestras organization and how the various sections interact with each other, with each of the musical selections serving as examples. He also invites questions from the audience. Series: La Jolla Symphony & Chorus Arts and Music Show ID: 34845

WiFire: Technology to Predict and Prevent the Spread of Wildfires
11/12/2019 3:00pm

Researchers at UC San Diego are working on cutting edge technology to combat the constant threat of wildfires in California. The WIFIRE Lab is a collaboration between the Qualcomm Institute and the San Diego Supercomputer Center. The technology uses big data from cameras, weather stations, topography and other sources to quickly predict where wildfires will spread. And, its not just theoretical. Fire departments like LAFD are actively using WIFIRE to get ahead of blazes before they get out of control. Science Show ID: 35075

Contemporary Art and Performance in Public Spaces
10/30/2019 4:00pm

San Diego is poised to re-imagine some of its most iconic public spaces, such as Horton Plaza Park, Balboa Park and many other locations. Three innovative curators who have created change-making arts programming for public spaces in cities across the US talk about their vision to boost audience engagement and the practical implications of contemporary arts production in high-volume public spaces. Moderated by Jonathon Glus, Director of the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture, the panelists are: Marc Pally, Independent Curator, Los Angeles Susanne Theis, Program Director, Discovery Green Urban Park and Karen Farber, Executive Director, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts. Series: Helen Edison Lecture Series Show ID: 35152

If Researchers Find a Tumor Should They Tell You? - Exploring Ethics
10/28/2019 4:00pm

Research imaging studies, including MRI and CT scans, may provide different information than the imaging performed for clinical care. For instance, a liver MRI using research sequences could be more sensitive at detecting tumors than a standard study. As a result, a patient might no longer qualify for surgery according to the research study. However, information derived from research sequences may not be clinically accurate. Hence the need to conduct a thorough investigation and compare against a gold standard e.g. a surgical result. Kathryn Fowler, MD, Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology at UC San Diego discuses the ethics of patients and physicians being made aware of research results if they are not verifiably accurate. Series: Exploring Ethics Show ID: 34997

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