California's health care exchange says it will likely decide by the end of the week if it will honor President Obama's request and reinstate 1 million cancelled policies.
San Diego's water rates have gone up dramatically in the past decade and water officials predict increases are likely to continue for the foreseeable future.
Former diplomat and peace-process scholar William Quandt gives background on the present peace negotiations between the Israelis and Palestinians.
SDSU professor and author Joanna Brooks says some of what you thought you knew about America's first European immigrants — is not necessarily so.
A new SANDAG study finds that as public safety budgets decrease, the number of arrests in the county have dropped as well.
City of San Diego residents can hand in their ballots or go to the polls tomorrow in a special election to fill the term of former Mayor Bob Filner. We look at the latest polling and election turnout predictions.
A survey finds interesting complexities in San Diego's Latino population. KPBS and San Diego Magazine commissioned a survey to determine the range of attitudes and aspirations in the Latino community.
Award-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas' new film 'Documented' chronicles his announcement that he is living in the country illegally and his long-distance relationship with him mom.
The American Academy of Pediatrics encourage parents to come up with a media use plan for their kids. We speak with local experts about how to set some guidelines.
Ten UC San Diego graduate students are presenting the latest ocean research before delegates at a major international climate change conference underway in Warsaw, Poland.