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Southeastern San Diego Hits Barrier To Healthy Food Access: Cars

Southeastern San Diego Hits Barrier To Healthy Food Access: Cars

Sept. 22
By Andrew Bowen

The area has been described as a “food desert,” where fresh produce is hard to find. Residents working to change that are encountering an unexpected barrier: cars that drive too fast.

A Closer Look At A San Diego Stem Cell Company’s Leadership

A Closer Look At A San Diego Stem Cell Company’s Leadership

Sept. 21
By David Wagner

A stroke patient who pursued stem cell treatments abroad says he trusted San Diego-based Stemedica based on its leaders’ credentials. But those credentials don’t always hold up to scrutiny.

Report: San Diego Streets See Big Improvement

Report: San Diego Streets See Big Improvement

Sept. 20
By City News Service

The condition of surface streets in San Diego has gotten significantly better over the past five years, but there's still room for improvement.

Vista High To Expand Personalized Learning Program With $10M Grant

Vista High To Expand Personalized Learning Program With $10M Grant

Sept. 21
By Brooke Ruth, Alison St John

The grant is from XQ: The Super School Project, which aims to reimagine high school in America. It is funded in part by a $50 million donation from Steve Job's widow, Laurene Powell Jobs.

The Creepy (And Funny) World Of 'Welcome To Night Vale'

The Creepy (And Funny) World Of 'Welcome To Night Vale'

Sept. 21
By Tom Fudge, Michael Lipkin

Night Vale is a dreamlike, desert town full of conspiracies, a mysterious glowing cloud and monstrous librarians. And it's the subject of a hit, fictional podcast.

San Diego Predicts Shortcomings In Climate Plan's Transit Goals

San Diego Predicts Shortcomings In Climate Plan's Transit Goals

Sept. 20
By Andrew Bowen

An analysis commissioned by the city's planning department found far too many people will still be driving to work in two of the city's most urbanized neighborhoods. The city says the analysis did not account for other programs that will help meet the Climate Action Plan's ambitious transportation goals.

Chargers Players Describe The One Game They'll Always Remember

Chargers Players Describe The One Game They'll Always Remember

Sept. 20
By Pat Finn

In San Diego sportswriter Jay Paris' new book, 21 Chargers stars reveal the game that was most important to them. Not all the games were wins.

Ken Burns Documentary Profiles Couple Who Saved Hundreds From Nazis

Ken Burns Documentary Profiles Couple Who Saved Hundreds From Nazis

Sept. 20
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Unitarian minister Waitstill Sharp and his wife Martha didn't want to leave their young children or their Massachusetts home on the eve of World War II. But they couldn't turn down a request from church leadership to help rescue Jews, dissident journalists and intellectuals from the Nazis.

South Bay Roundup: Chula Vista Wants To Crack Down On Illegal Pot S...

South Bay Roundup: Chula Vista Wants To Crack Down On Illegal Pot Shops

Sept. 20
By Marissa Cabrera, Alison St John

Robert Moreno, reporter at The Star News joins us for an update on the issues making headlines in San Diego's South Bay.

San Diego Bayfront Is Getting A Makeover

San Diego Bayfront Is Getting A Makeover

Sept. 20
By Brooke Ruth, Alison St John

In the last nine months, the San Diego Unified Port District board has made some big decisions on the development of the bayfront.