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Neiko Will


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Neiko Will is a producer for KPBS Midday Edition and KPBS Evening Edition.

Recent Stories

Oboe Player Featured In San Diego Youth Symphony Documentary

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To mark its 70th anniversary, the San Diego Youth Symphony traveled to China this past summer to perform and participate in musical and cultural exchanges. A documentary about the trip airs Friday on KPBS TV.

Sci-Q: The Science Of 'Star Wars'

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Before you see "The Force Awakens," find out what a physicist, an engineer and a cosmologist think about the science of "Star Wars."

Actor Hershey Felder Brings Irving Berlin To Life At La Jolla Playhouse

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Hershey Felder channels the composer for a special holiday engagement that runs through Jan. 3.

San Diego Writer Examines HIV Epidemic In Tijuana

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"Tomorrow Is A Long Time: Tijuana's Unchecked HIV/AIDS Epidemic" pairs writing by Jon Cohen, and photos by Malcolm Linton.

'Spice' Drug Overdoses Up In San Diego

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San Diego officials urge caution as marijuana enthusiasts turn to a synthetic substitute known as "spice" that reportedly doesn't show up readily on drug tests.

Chula Vista's Mayor In Paris For Climate Talks

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Chula Vista Mayor Mary Casillas Salas is one of 11 U.S. mayors attending COP21, the climate conference in Paris. She's there because her city has been a leader in carbon reduction for over a decade.

Navy Taking Public Input On Future Training In San Diego Waters

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The U.S. Navy is seeking a new permit to conduct training exercises off the San Diego coast, and is collecting concerns and comments from the public about potential ill effects on marine life.

San Diego Delegation Heads To Paris Climate Talks

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UC San Diego scientists, students and the mayor of Chula Vista are scheduled to take part in the climate meeting in Paris this week.

Challenge For San Diegans: Waste Less Food This Holiday Season

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Americans throw away 5 million tons of food between Thanksgiving and New Year's. I Love A Clean San Diego wants to change that.

What's Behind Trend That Has Mexicans Leaving U.S.

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A study from Pew Research Center found that in recent years the number of Mexicans leaving the U.S. is larger than the number coming to the U.S.

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