Kenny Goldberg covers health for KPBS.
Kenny reports on a wide range of health topics, and has done international reporting on HIV and AIDS.
His radio and television work has garnered three Golden Mike awards, Best in Show from the Society of Professional Journalists, and numerous other honors. He has also been awarded fellowships from the New York Times Foundation and the National Press Foundation.
In addition to his work for KPBS, Kenny is a frequent contributor to the California Report, heard on public radio stations throughout California.
A Seattle native, Kenny graduated from the University of Washington, and began his broadcasting career in the news departments of KOGO and KSDO in San Diego.
In his spare time, Kenny loves to practice tai chi, hike, and travel with his wife, Angela.
More Californians will soon be eligible for Medi-Cal coverage, but finding doctors willing to treat them may be a challenge.
California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones said Anthem's pattern of unreasonable rate increases should prevent it from selling policies on the state's small business exchange.
From now until September, Sharp HealthCare is offering free health screenings at 60 locations.
Prosecutors would have the discretion to charge people arrested for simple drug possession with a misdemeanor under a bill making its way through the California Assembly.
Claiming the new policy is illegal, the nonprofit Consumer Watchdog is suing United Healthcare over its new policy requiring HIV/AIDS patients to use a mail-order pharmacy.
The operator of San Diego County's newest and most expensive hospital plans to lay off 84 people this summer.
Women are under-diagnosed and under-treated for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, according to a new report from the American Lung Association.
Thousands of health professionals will try to change state lawmakers' minds about cutting the Medi-Cal pay rate when they rally in Sacramento today.
People who haven't been vaccinated against chickenpox are vulnerable to the disease, as demonstrated by a recent outbreak in a Carlsbad elementary school.
At a time when many states are restricting access to abortions, California may do just the opposite.