skip to main content

Listen

Read

Watch

Schedules

Programs

Events

Give

Account

Donation Heart Ribbon

Economy

Recent Projects

Some San Diego Farmers Shut Off Water In Prolonged Drought

March 20
Midday Edition
By Susan Murphy
Tease photo

San Diego’s 4,000 farms have been hit hard from drought — not because they have run out of water, but because water is squeezing their budgets.

San Diego Drone Manufacturer Talks Regulations, Uses

March 20
Evening Edition
Tease photo

Just this week the Federal Aviation Administration gave retail giant Amazon the green light to begin testing its air-delivery drones. KPBS Evening Edition spoke to the CEO of a Vista company that manufactures drones and drone parts.

San Diego County's Unemployment Rate Drops

March 20
Midday Edition
Tease photo

The unemployment rate last month in San Diego County was 5.3 percent, down from 5.8 percent in January and well below the 7.1 percent recorded in February of last year.

San Diego Cab Company Joins Lawsuit Against Uber

March 19
By Megan Burks
Tease photo

San Diego Yellow Cab has joined 19 other California cab companies in suing Uber for false advertising.

SeaWorld Continues Temporary Shut Down Of Sea Lion Show

March 19
By City News Service
Tease photo

SeaWorld San Diego said the show will continue to be suspended while staff members deal with a record number of rescues of marine mammals along the coast.

Hundreds Of Baja California Farmworkers Continue Strike

March 19
By Jean Guerrero
Tease photo

Farmworkers are striking this week over wages and working conditions. The strike has caused concern among Americans businesses that rely on Mexico's produce.

San Diego Nonprofits Help Tijuana Sex Workers Start New Businesses

March 19
Midday Edition
Tease photo

More than 100 women who work in the sex industry in Tijuana were selected to receive microloans to start new businesses.

Town Hall Explores How California Community Colleges Can Build A Stronger Workforce

March 18
By Dwane Brown
Tease photo

Leaders from San Diego colleges and businesses talked about the opportunities available for students.

Downtown San Diego Construction Fueling 'Urban Renaissance'

March 17
By Claire Trageser
Tease photo

Some 2,100 homes are under construction in downtown San Diego, with another 4,000 approved. Hotels and offices also are being built as part of the recent building boom.

San Diego Storage Company Accused Of Selling Service Members' Belongings While Deployed

March 17
By City News Service
Tease photo

Daniel E. Homan and his company Horoy Inc. is accused of violating the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. The act states that a storage lien may not be enforced against service members during, or 90 days subsequent to, their period of military service without a court order