Martin has been taking the radio studio on the road as part of her “Going There” series. On May 2, she will visit San Diego for a discussion about life along the U.S.-Mexico border.
It's looking like California will soon have a state dinosaur: Augustynolophus morrisi. A bill to add the duck-billed dinosaur to the list of state insignia has passed the Assembly and is now headed to the state Senate.
Experts say the 2016 presidential election was one of the nastiest in modern American politics. Rude tweets and name-calling have become standard ways to simply dismiss political opponents without engaging in a substantive debate.
Ever so quietly, a California health agency recently uploaded an alarming chart on its website.
Roundtable on schools: San Diego Unified's budget, coming layoffs and astounding graduation rate. Also: a proposal to change the election process for SDUSD's Board of Trustees and endangered funding for homeless students.
Parties in the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station waste lawsuit were to meet in court Friday, kicking off a trial to determine whether plans to store more than 3 million pounds of nuclear waste close to the ocean violated state environmental laws.
All about Coachella, plus options for those not traveling to the desert.
- April 13
- By Michael Lipkin
Baked onion stuffed with peanut butter? That's just one of the recipes Americans turned to during the Great Depression.
- April 13
- By Ebone Monet
A pilot program from the San Diego Community College District gives students a jump start on life. District leaders say this is not just free tuition at work, but a network of support that gives people who do not have the means to pay for higher education a chance to go to college.
- April 12
- By Andrew Bowen
The San Diego Independent Budget Analyst's Office estimates that it would cost $91 million to build seven new, unfunded fire stations recommended in a recent report. Staffing them would cost an extra $18.7 million per year.