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Elsa Sevilla

Recent Stories

Historic San Diego Landmark: The Cosmopolitan Hotel In Old Town

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A sneak preview of the re-opening of the Cosmopolitan Hotel. To learn more about the early days in Old Town and about the Restoration Project.

Decreased Funding Causes Slow Progress in Alzheimer's Research

Eighty-one-year-old Antonia Lopez has enjoyed a full life, proudly raising seven children. She is still able to do things for herself. But at 77, she began noticing significant changes. Her daughters would soon find out Lopez was battling Alzheimer's. A secret they've kept from their mother until this day.

Local Farm Has Passion for Clydesdales

Most Americans recognize the Clydesdale horse as a mascot for a famous beer company. But the breed originated from hard-working farm horses in Scotland.A small farm in the mountains east of San Diego has a passion for Clydesdales. Producer Elsa Sevilla brings us this story.

Foreign-trained Doctors Filling Nursing Shortage

Among the thousands of immigrants to this country are foreign professionals --including experienced medical doctors -- who leave their homelands and their practices. Without U.S. medical licenses, they must abandon their professions and accept sometimes menial jobs. Now a new statewide program puts their medical training to work to relieve the nursing shortage in California. Elsa Sevilla brings us this report.

Local Farm Has Passion for Clydesdales

Most Americans recognize the Clydesdale horse as a mascot for a famous beer company. But the breed originated from hard-working farm horses in Scotland.A small farm in the mountains east of San Diego has a passion for Clydesdales. Producer Elsa Sevilla brings us this story.

Retired Vista Vet Creates Rare Plant Rainforest

San Diego County seems an unlikely place to find a rainforest. But go to Mardy Darian's property in Vista, and you can feel like you've been transported to Colombia or Madagascar. Producers Guillermo and Elsa Sevilla explore Darian's man-made rainforest.

Descendants of Korean Immigrants to Mexico Remember the Past

A century ago, hundreds of Koreans were brought to Mexico to work in Mexican haciendas, making heavy sacrifices and facing countless hardships. Elsa Sevilla talks to some of their descendants living in Tijuana and San Diego keeping their memory alive.

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