skip to main content

Listen

Read

Watch

Schedules

Programs

Events

Give

Account

Donation Heart Ribbon

Economy

Report Finds One Third Of Working Families In San Diego Can't Make ...

Report Finds One Third Of Working Families In San Diego Can't Make Ends Meet

Feb. 2
By Claire Trageser

A report from the nonprofit Center on Policy Initiatives found that a single adult with two children would need an hourly wage of $31.32 to cover the basics.

California Agriculture Sales Drop Nearly 17 Percent In 2015

California Agriculture Sales Drop Nearly 17 Percent In 2015

Feb. 1
Amy Quinton / Capital Public Radio

California farms and ranches saw a nearly 17 percent drop in sales from 2014 to 2015, according to a new review.

What San Diego's High-Tech Industry Is (And Isn't) Saying About Tru...

What San Diego's High-Tech Industry Is (And Isn't) Saying About Trump's Immigration Order

Feb. 1
By David Wagner

While some San Diego companies are expressing concern about President Trump's executive orders on immigration, others are staying silent.

After 7 Decades And Countless Bowls Of Clam Chowder, Anthony's Fish...

After 7 Decades And Countless Bowls Of Clam Chowder, Anthony's Fish Grotto Closes

Jan. 31
By Susan Murphy

One of the most beloved seafood restaurants along the downtown San Diego waterfront is serving up its last bowl of clam chowder on Tuesday.

Lawyer Alleges San Diego Traffic Court Collection Agency Shakes Dow...

Lawyer Alleges San Diego Traffic Court Collection Agency Shakes Down Poor

Jan. 31
By Amita Sharma

Californians overwhelmed by unpaid traffic tickets have two months left to apply for amnesty intended to offer impoverished drivers a path out of mounting fines and suspended driver’s licenses, but there are complaints over the county’s operation of the program.

Lawyer Calls Traffic Fines Punishment Of The Poor

Lawyer Calls Traffic Fines Punishment Of The Poor

Jan. 30
By Amita Sharma

The age of debtor’s prisons may be over. But some say punishing the have-nots is not. They say the cost of being poor in one San Diego County traffic court may be getting expensive.

New Program At Donovan Prison Will Train Inmates As Entrepreneurs

New Program At Donovan Prison Will Train Inmates As Entrepreneurs

Jan. 30
By Claire Trageser

Inmates at a state prison in Otay Mesa can now begin a one-year program that will train them in entrepreneurial skills and end with a "Shark Tank" style pitching session to venture capitalists.

Downtown Homeless Shelters Open Due To Weather Conditions

Downtown Homeless Shelters Open Due To Weather Conditions

Jan. 27
By City News Service

Homeless shelters have been activated in the downtown area for Friday night, as the region braces for more cold temperatures, according to officials.

San Diego Homeless Count Kicks Off

San Diego Homeless Count Kicks Off

Jan. 27
By Susan Murphy, City News Service

Hundreds of volunteers are scheduled to fan out around San Diego County Friday to help officials get a handle on the extent of homelessness in the region.

Roundtable Special Edition: San Diego's Homeless Crisis

Roundtable Special Edition: San Diego's Homeless Crisis

Jan. 27
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

The number of homeless persons living on the streets has been growing for several months. Why? And where is the political will to put a stop to the misery?