In a discussion taped Tuesday afternoon, Hickey and Elliott joined KPBS Midday Edition to discuss their stances on police oversight, the release of body camera footage, ticketing homeless people downtown and how they would keep the office nonpartisan.
The county's forests have provided shade, shelter and a connection to nature for thousands of years. But fire suppression, severe drought, insects and increasing carbon dioxide have put them under intense pressure, and they could disappear.
- Sept. 28
- By Jean Guerrero
Jama Mohamed, who researches mental health issues in San Diego's community of East Africans, says grief, trauma and fear may have collided in an encounter with police.
The update will allow the system to accommodate more users in a disaster and improve coverage.
Starting next year, California residents will be able to register to vote on election day.
- Sept. 27
- By Erik Anderson
Team officials are hoping voters will approve plans for a nearly $2 billion stadium and convention center project at the polls in November.
"Willie Velasquez: Your Vote Is Your Voice" airs on KPBS television Monday, October 3 at 9 p.m.
- Sept. 27
- Ron Elving / NPR
On this occasion, the often dour Clinton gave way to beaming smiles and occasional chuckles. Trump had just one salient objective — to project a calm and presidential air — yet struggled with it.
- Sept. 26
- By Marissa Cabrera
Kofi Agyeman, 30, shares his experience as a young black police officer in San Diego County.