Stories Featured on KPBS Evening Edition
- Jan. 30
- Evening Edition
It's food, fun and football this weekend with the Super Bowl, but for many, it's all about those commercials. We take a look at what to expect on game day.
- Jan. 23
Due to popular demand, the San Diego County Water Authority's turf replacement rebate program is out of money.
The two San Diego County community colleges were among 15 chosen in California to offer bachelor's degrees under a pilot program.
The Human Rights Watch Film Festival returns to the Museum of Photographic Arts for its fifth year Thursday night.
- Jan. 22
San Diego has a new City Council this year with five Democrats and four Republicans, erasing the supermajority Democrats held for much of 2014. Republican Scott Sherman said he hopes this means the council will move away from agenda-driven politics and get back to government basics.
President Barack Obama urged Congress to build on economic gains by raising taxes on the wealthiest Americans to pay for reductions for the middle class.
Three California lawmakers are promoting right-to-die legislation with the family of a terminally ill woman who moved to Oregon to legally end her life. San Diegans weigh in on both sides of the issue.
- Jan. 21
One year after federal prosecutors accused a Mexican tycoon and others of campaign finance crimes, a question remains: Is there enough evidence to charge the politicians who benefited from the money?
- Jan. 20
The painting, "Saint Francis in Prayer in a Grotto" was purchased using a $1.5 million donation.
The Colorado River generates $1.4 trillion in economic activity — making the shrinking water levels an economic issue for California.
"Earth A New Wild" is a five-part series from PBS that promises to show viewers a different side of nature.
- Jan. 20
When you think of hospitals, tasty food doesn’t usually come to mind, but hospitals throughout San Diego County are trying to change that reputation.
- Jan. 19
Volunteers used chalk art to draw attention to the dangers of sea level rise near the roller coaster at Mission Beach.
Voting rights attorney Ryan Haygood of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Legal Defense & Educational Fund spoke at the All Peoples Celebration Monday morning.
A new book looks at a little-known friendship between the civil-rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. and a white, Jewish businessman. Encinitas author Ben Kamin says this "Dangerous Friendship" threatened the civil-rights movement.
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