Guillermo (Memo) Sevilla joined KPBS in 2008 as a videographer. He has worked on several KPBS productions including Full Focus, San Diego Week, Wonderland, Envision San Diego, San Diego Historic Places, and KPBS Evening Edition. Sevilla has also worked on a variety of KPBS and PBS fundraising productions both in-studio and on location in Los Angeles and Acapulco.
Memo started his career in television production in 1986 at Channel 10 while attending Southwestern College. During his 20 years at Channel 10, he worked as a grip, a tape operator, and videographer.
Memo has earned two Emmys and several honors from the Society of Professional Journalists, San Diego Press Club, and the California Chicano News Media Association (CCNMA).
Hera Hub is one of the few women-only shared office spaces in the country. It operates under the idea that women work better when surrounded and supported by other women.
Gov. Jerry Brown was in San Diego Thursday, signing legislation that would help provide housing for the state's more than 19,000 homeless veterans.
A 500-foot bridge will allow travelers using the Tijuana airport to walk over the border fence directly into San Diego.
When it comes to large, inhabitable statues of naked women, one man in Mexico has the market cornered. We'll take you on a tour.
District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis warned the public that one couple has already lost $30,000 to a new lottery scam that uses the official San Diego County seal and targets veterans and seniors.
Summer bridging programs are one way community colleges are trying to help students be more successful.
President Barack Obama visited Camp Pendleton for the first time on Wednesday, thanking the troops for their service and calling on Congress to help him stop sequestration.
Congressman Gary Miller of California’s Inland Empire is one of several dozen Republican legislators considered susceptible to changing their hardline stances on immigration issues. He faces tough choices about how to respond to a rapidly changing constituency.
As Congress considers adding 700 miles of new fencing along the U.S.-Mexico border, environmental concerns seem to be a thing of the past.