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Serra High School was on lock-down today after police received a call about a shot being fired; all-clear issued at 9:35 a.m.
KPBS General Manager Tom Karlo has been elected to the 2012/2013 PBS Board of Directors.
Fox 5 News reports friends say a former Navy SEAL is among four Americans killed in Libya.
A report in the San Diego Business Journal says UT-San Diego has purchased the North County Times; UT owners deny deal is done.
Cal Fire is battling the Chihuahua Fire, which spread to 900 acres in the community of Dodge Valley off of Chihuahua Valley Road.
California ISO has called for a Flex Alert from Thursday through Sunday and SDG&E implemented its hot weather discount program for the first time today.
KPBS is pleased to announce Peggy Pico as the new host of KPBS Evening Edition. Pico, who was the station’s Science and Technology Reporter, will officially begin hosting the evening news program beginning July 2.
KPBS is increasing its commitment to investigative reporting with added staffing and a deepening partnership with Investigative Newsource, a journalism nonprofit embedded within the KPBS newsroom.
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KPBS has confirmed a live debate with the top candidates running for U.S. Congress’ 52nd District for Wednesday, March 14th at noon. The one-hour studio debate will air live on KPBS 89.5 FM and will be rebroadcast on KPBS TV at 6 p.m. that evening.