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An alert has been declared because of an ammonia leak, but officials say there is no danger to the public.
One person was found dead after falling from a downtown parking structure, according to San Diego police.
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Starting Monday, September 26th, KPBS Evening Edition will deliver local news and analysis to the San Diego community - weeknights at 6:30 p.m. on KPBS-TV. Hosted by Joanne Faryon and co-host Dwane Brown, the news program will break down the most important local news stories of the day, as well as offer detailed analysis of what’s going on - and why.
There are no immediate reports of injuries or damages. The cause is under investigation.
KPBS is proud to distinguish Gloria Penner with the 2011 Hall of Fame-Lifetime Achievement award. In the Visionary category, KPBS honors Ms. Danah Fayman and Carol and Dick Hertzberg for their extraordinary gifts. The KPBS Hall of Fame inductees will be celebrated at the "KPBS Celebrates: Masquerade de Venezia."
A panel of 14 citizens on Friday released its maps of new voting districts in California.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris filed criminal charges today against embattled ex-SEDC officials, the Voice of San Diego reports.
A San Diego Superior Court judge ruled in favor of a youth boxing club in an eminent domain case against National City.
A 27-year-old Poway male has been diagnosed with measles, according to County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) officials.
The Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) has announced its nominees for the 16th annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards. The winners will be announced at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards ceremony on Friday, January 14, 2011. This year’s event will again take place at the Hollywood Palladium and VH1 will broadcast the event live.
UCSD professor emeritus was famous for "Blowback" book foreseeing Sept. 11 attacks.
As part of KPBS’ 50th anniversary, the newly established Hall of Fame serves to honor the extraordinary individuals and families while providing inspiration for the future generations. These charter inductees are very diverse in their contributions and accomplishments, but they share one common characteristic: the vision and dedication to help KPBS grow and thrive in the San Diego community for future generations.
On September 12, 2010, KPBS will blow out the candles on its birthday cake, as San Diego’s public broadcasting organization turns 50. “When most people turn 50 they joke about being ‘over the hill’,” said Tom Karlo, KPBS General Manager. “Here at KPBS we feel like we’re moving toward the best years for this organization – and we’re really excited about that.”
Most thoughts of Labor Day are restricted to planning long weekends and remembering to put out your garbage a day late that week. But people who work in daily journalism have to find new ways to talk about these holidays every year. So here’s my take on Labor Day this year. It begins with a story.
Ever thought about how you would whittle away California's $20 billion deficit? You can try your hand at balancing the budget in the newest edition of the "Budget Challenge," a game created by the non-partisan group Next Ten.
A heat wave is expected over Southern California later this week. San Diego’s inland temperatures could break 100 degrees and desert highs could reach record levels by Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.