Stories by Megan
A lawsuit underway in Los Angeles reveals Johnson & Johnson apparently knew years before they recalled a faulty artificial hip that it had a critical design flaw, but they went ahead and had doctors install them in tens of thousand of patients.
The San Diego County Water Authority recently made public a plan to start buying water from a proposed desalination plant in Carlsbad.
Tonight, a group of young people will ask the City of San Diego's Human Relations Commission to speak louder for the well being of children, and say their lives are hard hit when decision makers vote to raise bus fares, cut sports programs and close the libraries that are their only access computers.
Nearly 424,000 people in San Diego County are enrolled in Medicare. Open enrollment is the time of year when people with Medicare can review their health coverage to make sure it still meets their needs. We'll get answers to your Medicare questions today at noon on KPBS Midday Edition.
A major water contract is in the works that will affect San Diego's future supply and what we pay for water. What are the pros and cons? San Diego County Water Authority unveils a contract that would commit the region to investing in a huge desalination plant in Carlsbad. It is vital that our region finds ways to become more water independent, but is this the best way? The public has a chance to comment for just a few more days.