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'Rad Scientist' Episode 3: Can Molecules From The Coast Be Tomorrow...

'Rad Scientist' Episode 3: Can Molecules From The Coast Be Tomorrow's Cancer Medicine?

Dec. 5
By KPBS News

The third episode of the KPBS podcast "Rad Scientist" features Phil Baran who is the chair of the chemistry department at Scripps Research Institute. Baran is studying if molecules from the coast can be used as a future medicine to fight cancer.

How To Talk To Children About Sexual Harassment

How To Talk To Children About Sexual Harassment

Dec. 5
By Marissa Cabrera, Michael Lipkin

The current wave of sexual misconduct allegations may have some parents wondering how they should approach the topic with their children. One San Diego psychologist suggested the topics can be integrated into general parenting.

Process To Makeover De Anza Cove Region Moves Forward

Process To Makeover De Anza Cove Region Moves Forward

Dec. 5
By Brooke Ruth, Michael Lipkin

The area is currently home to Campland on the Bay and the closed De Anza Cove trailer park.

Lobbyist Says LA Assemblyman Masturbated In Front Of Her

Lobbyist Says LA Assemblyman Masturbated In Front Of Her

Dec. 5
Scott Shafer and Katie Orr / KQED

At an emotional press conference in Sacramento Monday morning, lobbyist Pamela Lopez named Assemblyman Matt Dababneh, D-Woodland Hills, as the legislator she said pushed her into a bar restroom and masturbated in front of her.

Santa Ana Winds Prompt Red Flag Fire Warning In San Diego

Santa Ana Winds Prompt Red Flag Fire Warning In San Diego

Dec. 5
By City News Service

A wildfire warning prompted by strong Santa Ana winds and near-negligible humidity levels kept the San Diego area an high alert Tuesday as destructive, out-of-control wildfires driven by similar conditions tore through parts of Los Angeles and Ventura counties.

Once Again, California Neighborhoods Under Siege From Wind-Driven F...

Once Again, California Neighborhoods Under Siege From Wind-Driven Fires

Dec. 5
By Associated Press

For the second time in two months, wind-driven fires tore through California communities in the middle of the night, leaving rows of homes and a psychiatric hospital in ruins Tuesday and sending tens of thousands of people fleeing for their lives.

Diversionary Theatre's 'The Moors' Riffs On The Bronte Sisters

Diversionary Theatre's 'The Moors' Riffs On The Bronte Sisters

Nov. 29
By Beth Accomando

Playwright Jen Silverman turns to the Bronte sisters and their brooding 19th century romantic novels as inspiration for her new play "The Moors," which runs through Dec. 10 at Diversionary Theatre.

Racial Disparities Persist In Diverse California, Study Says

Racial Disparities Persist In Diverse California, Study Says

Dec. 4
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

California may be a majority-minority state and pride itself on its racial diversity, but diversity does not mean equality.

Report: Border Patrol Agents Sickened By Sewage Spills Nearly Tripl...

Report: Border Patrol Agents Sickened By Sewage Spills Nearly Triples Since June

Dec. 4
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

The number of U.S. Border Patrol agents sickened by the cross-border sewage spills in the Tijuana River Valley has grown to 83, according to a report Monday by The San Diego Union-Tribune.

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Your Guide To December Nights 2017

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Your Guide To December Nights 2017

Dec. 1
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Nina Garin

You can say that in San Diego, the holidays don't officially begin until December Nights weekend. Here's a guide to navigating the popular Balboa Park event.