Turophiles take note: San Diego's Venissimo Cheese and the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center are collaborating to pair cheese and science in a series of four open-to-the-public classes beginning Wednesday.
Thursday's lecture wraps up a year-long look at the park, mostly through a variety of historical perspectives. Tonight's event is different in that if focuses on the future, and how best to preserve the park for coming generations.
A new ballot initiative is being proposed in California to end the state's death penalty. Initiative supporters have to collect more than 365,000 signatures in 180 days to get the measure on the November 2016 ballot.
California Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins (D-San Diego) joined Midday Edition Wednesday to discuss wrapping up the 2015 regular legislative session and her future plans as she plans to end her term in state office.
The San Diego chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is organizing a rally and march to coincide with the final leg of an 860-mille "Journey for Justice" from Selma, Ala., to Washington, D.C.
It's the fifth anniversary of Chelsea's Law — AB1844 — which reformed California criminal sentencing law to include life without the possibility of parole for offenders who commit forcible sex crimes against children.
The California Budget and Policy Center's annual report shows the number of women and minorities working in the state is higher than ever, but they lag behind their white, male counterparts in wages and benefits.
Azim Khamisa's story of forgiveness after his son's murder inspired journalist Megan Feldman Bettencourt to write a book on the topic. It's called "Triumph of the Heart Forgiveness in an Unforgiving World."
The 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina brings up painful memories for some San Diegans. We hear from a woman who relocated after losing everything to the storm and how San Diegans helped out in the aftermath.