Genome analysis by UC San Diego and Yale University finds that friends who are not biologically related — still resemble each other genetically. genetic similarities between friends. We take a look at what it means.
The 27th Annual Stand Down for homeless vets takes place as local and national leaders work to end homelessness for veterans. Organizers expect attendance to hit a new record high.
- July 11
- Midday Edition
Chris Jennewein, of Times of San Diego; Tony Perry, of The Los Angeles Times; and Dorian Hargrove, of the San Diego Reader, join KPBS senior news editor Mark Sauer at Friday's Roundtable.
San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis says a controversial college letter of recommendation she wrote is not a matter of public record. KPBS Midday Edition takes a close look at the California Public Records Act.
- July 10
- Midday Edition
The chant "I Believe That We Will Win!" was heard around the world during the World Cup. Can San Diego State University's Aztec Shops Ltd. trademark the slogan?
It's the time of year when many teens are planning for college. But imagine you are a young person who spent your entire life in and out of foster care, and then at 18 find yourself on your own. There is help out there.
UC San Diego is a regional hub for the new Cal-BRAIN project. KPBS Midday talked to the one of the brains behind the group about how this state project fits in to the president's brain mapping initiative.
The federal government reports that consumer borrowing continues to increase. KPBS Midday Edition takes a look at what this means to San Diego's economy and making sure you don't get into debt.
Former ABC correspondent Lynn Sherr discusses her new biography "Sally Ride: America's First Woman in Space."
The world has changed fundamentally for gays and lesbians since the first Pride Parade in San Diego. This month marks the 40th anniversary of the parade and celebration. And the change continues, with Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday signing a law to recognize legal same-sex marriage in the state code.