- April 17
- By Kenny Goldberg
A pair of bioengineers at UC San Diego has come up with a wearable device that could provide some insight into digestive problems.
Elected officials and local residents urged the San Diego County Board of Supervisors Monday to join the federal government's lawsuit challenging California's sanctuary state law.
- April 16
- Colin Dwyer / NPR
Lamar joins the staffs of The New York Times and The Washington Post as this year's prize winners. See the list of winners and watch Monday's announcement ceremony here.
The San Diego Museum of Man’s newest exhibit, PostSecret, opened to the public on Saturday. Thousands of postcards of people’s secrets are on display in the exhibit.
- April 16
- By Marissa Cabrera
During the day, Zach Stones is a clinical supervisor at the San Diego Center for Children working to support youth and families in foster care and the juvenile justice system. But a few nights a week he has a second career doing improv comedy.
The mayor's budget proposal boosts infrastructure spending, maintains public services and funds police raises. It also closes a $49 million deficit by dipping into reserve funds.
- April 15
- Sasha Ingber / NPR
The U.S., Britain and France carried out airstrikes against chemical research, storage and military facilities in Syria following a suspected chemical weapons attack.
This week on KPBS Roundtable; California Governor Jerry Brown agrees to the president's request for National Guard troops. But there are conditions. There's a debate over how pregnant women inmates are treated at San Diego county jails and whether or not they are routinely shacked while giving birth. And, San Diego buys a building designed for skydiving to help the city's homeless crisis.
Downtown San Diego will be filled with scientists, researchers, teachers and supporters Saturday morning as San Diego's "March for Science" takes place for the second year.