Morning Edition News Anchor
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.
KPBS Morning Edition host Deb Welsh spoke with Democratic Assemblywoman Toni Atkins about "then and now," and asked if she had any idea she'd end up where she is today.
A federal program that repays school loans partially for nursing students in exchange for taking a job in an underserved area is now accepting applications.
The latest salvo in a long-standing feud between the San Diego County Water Authority and the Los Angeles-based Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is playing out in a San Francisco court beginning Tuesday.
Top House Republican leaders have rejected the short-term spending plan expected to be passed by the Senate in coming days — increasing the possibility of a government shutdown next week. But that's not the only problem we're facing.