Deanna Mackey, who has worked at KPBS since 1990, will become the first full-time executive director of the Public Television Major Market Group, an organization of 38 PBS stations across the country.
At least two-thirds of California's water providers, including the city of San Diego, use some form of the tiered rates that are at issue in the lawsuit, consultants and water lawyers said.
California water regulators have released a new proposed plan requiring some cities to reduce water use by more than the 25 percent originally ordered by Gov. Jerry Brown. But other cities, like San Diego, got a slight reprieve.
Jacquie Atkinson, a Republican, announced Wednesday morning she will run for the 52nd Congressional District seat. Peters, a Democrat, narrowly won re-election to his second term by besting Republican Carl DeMaio in the November 2014 election.
Next up for the task force: deciding how to pay for the proposed $1.048 billion stadium.
The "mini moon," where the full moon will be the furthest from the Earth, will appear around 11:33 p.m.
A law student at the University of San Diego is suing the school, alleging that she was discouraged from reporting that she had been raped by two male classmates.
Bob Emery, who served on the City Council for 28 years, died Tuesday. During his tenure, he served as mayor three times.
The single-stall restrooms with the new signs are in all the terminals at Lindbergh Field except the small Commuter Terminal.
Nearly 1,500 children stood to form the words at Borderfield State Park and Playas de Tijuana near the U.S-Mexico border after picking up trash on the beaches.
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