Stories for January 19, 2012
The economic recovery will continue this year, but at a frustratingly slow pace, San Diego economists say.
A 10-year-old boy accused of fatally stabbing his 12-year-old friend has pleaded not guilty in San Diego to charges of murder and assault.
San Diego isn't America's finest city when it comes to tobacco control.
Community leaders and parents in Poway will gather tonight for a town hall meeting on teen substance abuse. Three students at Poway High School have died as a result of drug or alcohol abuse in the last three years.
The California High Speed Rail is on the governor's agenda, but critics claim it's an impractical dream. The price tag for building a high speed train connecting Northern and Southern California keeps going up, and that's just one of the problems facing the project. We'll hear from the California High Speed Rail Authority's outgoing chairman.
This season, for the first time since 1998, San Diego Opera will be partnering with KPBS-FM to bring you live broadcasts from the opening night performances of each of our four productions: "Salome" (January 28), "Moby-Dick" (February 18), "Don Pasquale" (March 10) and "The Barber of Seville" (April 21). Since these broadcasts will carried to you directly from the actual performance at the Civic Theatre, you’ll feel all the excitement occurring onstage amongst the performers, the orchestra and the stage crew as well as in the audience as they anticipate and experience international opera on a grand scale.
UC San Diego researchers have identified the second half of the first trimester of a woman's pregnancy as an especially risky time to drink alcohol.
The three Republicans running for San Diego mayor sought to distinguish themselves from each other at a forum last night at the University of San Diego.