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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


Suspected Poway Synagogue Shooter Unleashed Anti-Semitic Diatribe In 911 Call And More Local News
09/20/2019 7:48am

In a 911 tape played in court Thursday, suspected Chabad of Poway shooter told police he committed the shooting because the Jewish people were destroying the white race. Plus, 44 of federal acres in San Diego County will be set aside for border wall construction. It would mark the first newly built section of border wall in the county. And, prosecutors say they plan to try a military veteran with PTSD a second time for making phone threats to his VA medical provider. The jury deadlocked in the first trial. Also, in todays CoveringClimateNow, reporter and researcher Todd Miller talks about how climate change has led to increased migration across the globe in his new book, Empire of Borders.

Sheriff's Deputy Assault Victims Say Plea Deal Is Not Justice Served And More Local News
09/19/2019 7:55am

Several victims of former sheriffs deputy Richard Fischer are upset that no sex charges were included in his plea deal. Plus, in todays CoveringClimateNow, climate change and rising oceans are threatening to make storm flooding, a regular occurrence in Imperial Beach, significantly worse. Also, on todays podcast, President Trump visited San Diego on Wednesday on a fundraising trip where he stopped by Otay Mesa to view and signed the replacement border fence. And, veterans from around the country are in San Diego this week to participate in the National Veterans Summer Sports Clinic, designed to encourage people with injuries to become active.

Community Groups Call For Moratorium On City’s ‘Smart Streetlights’ And More Local News
09/18/2019 7:24am

More than a dozen community groups are asking the city of San Diego to stop using smart streetlights over privacy concerns. The city says, cameras on the lights are only recording images in the public right of way. Plus, a rash of deaths from vaping, including a California man this week, has increased demands from a local nonprofit for its anti-vamping seminars in San Diego schools. Also on todays CoveringClimateNow, a look at how the national guard is being affected with more deployments to battle climate-related disasters. And, San Diego City Council on Tuesday voted to establish a joint-powers authority to buy and sell energy in competition with private companies like San Diego Gas & Electric.

San Diego's Climate Crisis: Oyster Hatchery Challenged By Warming Ocean And More Local News
09/17/2019 7:48am

Making a living from the ocean in Southern California is never easy, but the planets changing climate is creating additional hurdles for a 50-year-old oyster farm in Carlsbad. KPBS continues its weeklong CoveringClimateNow series. Plus, a 2016 ballot measure that was supposed to fix potholes, sidewalks and street lights in San Diego is trending tens of millions of dollars short of city projections given to voters. What went wrong Also on todays podcast, San Diego Unified has launched an investigation into reports of racial taunting at a football game between Lincoln High and San Clemente High in Orange County. And, Governor Gavin Newsom has issued an executive action to spend $20 million on a public awareness campaign on the dangers of vaping.

San Diego's Climate Crisis: The Risks And Costs Of Living In The Backcountry And More Local News
09/16/2019 7:47am

Climate change is impacting us here and now. In KPBSs coverage of San Diegos Climate Change Crisis, we profile a couple who lost their home to wildfire but rebuilt in the same place. Plus, a new bill passed by the California legislature last week bans the use of private prisons and detention centers. For San Diego, that could mean finding a different place to keep more than a thousand detained migrants.


7191 Engineer Rd
San Diego, CA 92111   Directions

(858) 492-9269


Person shot in Clairemont
09/23/2019 12:20am

A person was shot in Clairemont Mesa Sunday night, authorities said.

School bus driver faces DUI charge
09/22/2019 11:53pm

A school bus driver in Longview, Washington, faces charges of driving under the influence and reckless endangerment after a child who had just gotten off the bus called 911, claiming the driver was intoxicated.

Driver flees after pickup crashes into tree
09/22/2019 11:46pm

A hit-and-run driver crashed into a tree in Otay Mesa West early Sunday morning before fleeing the scene.

California mayor calls Mexican sewage in Imperial Beach an ‘international tragedy’
09/22/2019 11:20pm

The mayor of Imperial Beach, which abuts Tijuana, Mexico at a point that is visible by a border wall marking the two countries, is fed up with sewage and toxic chemicals flowing into the United States, and he is heading to Washington to ask the Trump administration to do something about it.

Border Report Day 1 Recap: Two walls, two worlds where fence begins
09/22/2019 11:17pm

Reporters share the Day 1 Border Report Recap.

San Diego CityBeat
San Diego CityBeat

3047 University Ave
San Diego, CA 92104   Directions

(619) 281-7526


Rage, spit, viscera and hope: The photography of Becky DiGiglio
09/18/2019 5:40am

As the eye behind the Instagram account yourethenight, DiGiglio has quickly made a name for herself as the premier documenter of San Diegos nightlife and extreme music scenes.

Hatchie, Blackalicious and more San Diego concerts
09/18/2019 5:23am

A little dose of dream pop goes a long way to cure the summer doldrums, and Hatchies music is like sinking into a sweetened cold brew.

Take a deep breath
09/18/2019 5:06am

Like many people out there, the current vaping and pulmonary illness crisis has me confused and nervous.

A life less awkward
09/17/2019 12:10pm

Hey all, this is my last column in San Diego CityBeat.

Soft Kill wants to break your algorithms
09/17/2019 12:06pm

San Diego is a place that I can go back to, said Soft Kills frontman Tobias Grave, and that is not something he takes for granted.

San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego Union-Tribune

600 B St
San Diego, CA 92101   Directions

(619) 718-5200


Column: Chargers need to be good more than half the time
09/22/2019 10:02pm

Second-half struggles plague Rivers & Co. as they lose second straight game, fall to 1-2

3 Thoughts after the Aztecs' 23-17 loss to Utah State
09/22/2019 9:33pm

SDSU gets a welcome bye week following loss to open Mountain West play

Mass offers solace for families touched by suicide
09/22/2019 8:39pm

Gathering is first of its kind for the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego

Padres must find manager, but also more major league players
09/22/2019 7:45pm

Who will help an anemic offense is arguably more important than who will be the Padres next manager

Column: Nick Canepa's Chargers report card: vs. Texans
09/22/2019 7:29pm

Receivers fare well but it was a rough day for many Chargers in a 27-20 loss to Houston

University of California SD TV
University of California SD TV

9500 Gilman Dr
San Diego, CA 92093   Directions

(858) 534-7076


¿Qué Clases Prenatales Debería Tomar?
09/20/2019 4:00pm

Cuando usted entra a su segundo trimestre, es hora de empezar a pensar en clases prenatales. Qu clases se ofrecen comnmente y cmo ellas pueden ayudarle a prepararse para el nacimiento de su hijo La Dra. Julia Cormano le gua a travs de algunas de sus opciones y comparte las respuestas a preguntas valiosas que usted puede plantear durante cada clase. Series: La Maternidad Spanish Language Show ID: 35095

Ultrasonidos Durante El Embarazo
09/16/2019 4:00pm

Los ultrasonidos son una de las numerosas herramientas disponibles para ayudarle a tener un embarazo saludable. Se pueden usar para monitorear el crecimiento fetal, estimar los riesgos de trastornos genticos, descubrir el gnero de su hijo, y mucho ms. La Dra. Julia Cormano discute los diferentes tipos de ultrasonidos que pueden hacerse durante su embarazo y cmo esta tecnologa puede brindar una visin nica del desarrollo de su beb. Series: La Maternidad Spanish Language Show ID: 35086

Pruebas Genéticas Durante El Embarazo
09/16/2019 4:00pm

Usted tiene la opcin de someterse a exmenes para detectar una serie de trastornos genticos en el embarazo. Cmo se ejecutan estos tests y qu es lo que puede descubrirse La Dra. Julia Cormano explica la diferencia entre exmenes de deteccin y pruebas de diagnstico, qu se puede saber a partir de un examen de sangre, as como tambin qu esperar de la toma de muestras de vellosidades corinicas y la amniocentesis. Series: La Maternidad Spanish Language Show ID: 35087

Exámenes Prenatales de Rutina
09/16/2019 4:00pm

Entrese de cules exmenes solicitar su proveedor y por qu cuando usted est embarazada. Series: La Maternidad Spanish Language Show ID: 35090

Recibir una Epidural durante el Trabajo de Parto
09/16/2019 4:00pm

Tener un beb es un momento emocionante y especial, pero el trabajo de parto puede ser doloroso. Usted tiene mucho de dnde elegir para aliviar el dolor durante el trabajo de parto. El anestesilogo Dr. Peter Winfield habla sobre qu puede esperar si usted elige que le pongan una epidural. Series: La Maternidad Spanish Language Show ID: 35091

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