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Deb Welsh

Morning Edition News Anchor

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Deb Welsh is a familiar name to news radio listeners in San Diego, having been in the market for more than 25 years. Before joining KPBS, Deb worked as a news anchor for KSDO and KOGO News Radio. She was also affiliated with the Copley Radio News Network and had a long association with Peters Productions, Inc. — a national radio syndicator.

A graduate of New Mexico State University, Deb has a Bachelor of Arts in journalism.

She's been recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists with several awards for spot news/breaking news and team news coverage.

Recent Stories

Mesa Community College Kicks Off 4-Year Degree Program

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As part of a state pilot program Mesa College is offering a four-year degree in Health Information Management.

Affirmative Action Bans Lead To Decline In Medical School Enrollees Of Color

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The findings show affirmative action bans have led to about a 17 percent decline in first-time medical school enrollees who are underrepresented students of color.

San Diegans Face Property Tax Deadline

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Property taxes are due Wednesday. Failure to make the payment on time will result in a 10 percent penalty.

Big Turnout Expected For Clean The Bay Day

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Clean the Bay Day is Saturday from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. at South Shores Park. During last year's event, volunteers collected 561 pounds of trash.

U.S. Supreme Court To Decide San Diego Man's Death Sentence

The high court has agreed to consider a case that will determine the constitutionality of dismissing minority jurors.

Saturday Is "Electric Vehicle Day" In San Diego

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Want to get to know more about electric vehicles and even test drive one? This Saturday is your chance.

When Baby Boomers Take A Vacation, It's Often A 'Celebration'

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Even hard-earned vacation time doesn't come without its challenges. Figuring out where to go and staying within your budget are two of the biggest problems for vacationers.

Del Mar Makes Changes To Turf Track After Horse Deaths

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Eight horses at the Del Mar Race Track have died in two weeks of racing. Four of the horses were running on the track's turf course when they were injured and eventually euthanized.

Are You Ready For Some FootGolf?

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Forget "Route 66." You can now get your kicks by playing a new and wildly popular sport called “footgolf."

North County Manufacturing Roundtable In Vista On Tuesday

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An executive roundtable Tuesday will talk about the reasons manufacturing companies choose to operate or stay in San Diego's North County.

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