Stories by Deb Welsh
The high court has agreed to consider a case that will determine the constitutionality of dismissing minority jurors.
Friday is the nation's official day to focus on post-traumatic stress disorder, a condition that has affected many veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
Critics say the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program essentially is a slush fund that County supervisors can tap into when in need of political support. But the public has more opportunities to give input into how Community Enhancement grants are spent.
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.
Alcoa, Bank of America and Hewlett-Packard are being dropped from the index of America's 30 top companies and replaced by Goldman Sachs, Nike and Visa.
A record number of people committed suicide in San Diego County last year, 413 to be exact. But why?
Consumers are ordinarily big spenders when it comes to back to school purchases. But this year, those sales are down by as much as 9 percent. Why?
Former Padres owner John Moores wants to strike-out river blindness.
Billions of dollars in cancer research funding could be lost to sequestration.
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