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.
BMX racing is growing in popularity, but the idea of putting a commercial track in a public park has its critics.
Douglas Badger, who has been diagnosed with a schizophrenic disorder and sexual sadism, has a history of sexual assaults dating back to 1974.
E-cigarettes claim to pose fewer health risks than cigarettes, but some San Diego cities disagree.
Eric Stover of the Human Rights Center talks about the challenges faced by the fledgling International Criminal Court.
When you think of wine tasting destinations, places like Napa, Sonoma or Temecula Valley probably come to mind, but one San Diego community is hoping to add its name to the map.
On Veterans Day, KPBS honors our military members and looks at some of the issues facing San Diego's veteran population.
The one-mile parade began at 11 a.m. adjacent to the County Administration Building at North Harbor Drive and Grape Street, and wound along Pacific Highway and G Street.