- Oct. 8
Senomyx's new artificial ingredient promises to help reduce how much sugar Americans consume. But some scientists say we don’t know enough about its safety.
- Oct. 1
The YMCA is mum on whether the findings will be revealed.
- Sept. 30
The YMCA of San Diego County is facing turmoil at the top. KPBS previously reported that the YMCA’s corporate board had hired a consultant to oversee an investigation into mismanagement allegations. Here are edited excerpts from an interview with KPBS Investigative reporter Amita Sharma.
- Sept. 29
Evidence is sparse that even when worn correctly, flu masks prevent transmission of influenza from a healthcare worker to a patient, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- Sept. 28
In hospital settings, roughly 9 percent of health care workers declined the vaccine during the flu season that ended March 31, according to an inewsource survey.
- Sept. 23
The city of Coronado is backpedaling on its plans to add more bike lanes. The City Council voted last week to suspend all new proposed bike lanes and now is considering a public vote instead.
- Sept. 18
An unlikely alliance of elected officials, border enforcement, the Mexican Consulate and others have banded together to find the true identity of a John Doe on life support.
- Sept. 9
A San Diego judge threw out a lawsuit yesterday challenging the legality of lease agreements between inewsource, KPBS and San Diego State University, concluding that it was prompted by inewsource’s investigative journalism.
- Sept. 2
The investigation comes several months after two Encinitas board members were ousted following their complaints to the corporate board about San Diego County YMCA President and Chief Executive Officer Baron Herdelin-Doherty.
- Sept. 2
The San Ysidro School District recently emerged from almost two years of near-bankruptcy. Some board members still question how that happened and what was going on with the district's finances.
- Aug. 19
San Diego media outlets are challenging a federal court order prohibiting the release of security camera footage that shows the April shooting of an unarmed, mentally ill man at the hands of a police officer.
- Aug. 18
In San Diego County, 20.2 percent of active, licensed physicians graduated from medical school before 1981, making them at least 60 years of age. The advancing age of doctors has raised the question of when a doctor becomes too old to practice.
- Aug. 4
Former NCTD managers went on the record alleging Matthew Tucker harassed, intimidated and bullied older female employees for years at the San Diego transportation agency.
- Aug. 3
San Diego County Supervisor Dave Roberts' campaign contributions fell precipitously after abuse of power allegations emerged against him early this year.
- July 29
Victorugo Rodriguez Tello is one of hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers and immigrants living illegally in the U.S. who are waiting for outcomes in the severely backlogged immigration court system.