A proposal before the San Diego City Council is calling for zero waste by 2040. We take a look at the plan to recycle, reuse and compost.
Jared Diamond, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Guns, Germs and Steel" talks about his new book about what we can learn from traditional societies.
San Diego artists and musicians kick in to help local Burmese refugees. The community is trying to reunite families as the U.S. ends refugee status for Burma.
Discovered in Amsterdam in 1997, a batch of 1940s letters show communication between a teen Dutch Jew working in a labor camp and his parents, revealing life of Dutch Jews in Holland during the Nazi terror in Europe in the 1940s.
San Diego is home to the largest concentration of veterans in the country and the effects of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan has left many to deal with life-altering injuries. Many spouses and family members find themselves overwhelmed and alone in a role they've never played before: caregiver.
It's beer week and if you have a hard time choosing which brewhouse will satisfy your taste buds — help may be on the way.
Early voting is underway and the polls open Nov. 19., so what's the latest on the San Diego mayor's race?
A new study says California will not meet its 2050 greenhouse gas emission reduction goals without major policy changes.
People on dating sites like OkCupid might be unlikely to reach out to someone of a different race. But when someone from another background reaches out to them, they'll be much more likely to write back.
Thanksgiving was one of the few bright spots in the history of whites and Native Americans in America. We discuss education, colonization and the law in Native American history and how that played out in San Diego County.