Neiko Will is the producer of Morning Edition.
The deadly shooting of two journalists in Virginia by a disgruntled former coworker highlights that fact that homicide is currently the fourth leading cause of death at work, according to OSHA.
A new research nexus in La Jolla aims to anticipate the problems and offer solutions to the inevitable effects of climate change.
A new study finds that survival rates for ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) did not improve with invasive treatment, adding fuel to the argument that some cancers are treated too aggressively.
Back in the 1920s, a group of plucky amateur filmmakers based in La Jolla produced several feature length and short silent films. Three of those shorts will be screened Thursday, with live music accompaniment.
Firefighters from San Diego County have been redeployed around the state to help contain about 20 wildfires.
The city and county of San Diego have recently authorized a combined $2.5 million to be spent on the effort to keep the Chargers. What if they just let them go?
New Yorker's political writer William Finnegan traces his lifelong love of surfing, from Southern California to Manhattan, in his new book, "Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life."
A new compilation CD out Tuesday features rap artists who want to increase community involvement in Southeast San Diego.
Former President George H.W.Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act into law in 1990, banning discrimination based on disability. How well has it worked? And what still needs to be done?
San Diego County is looking to return property tax over-payments and other funds to rightful owners.
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