Contributor through February 2012
Pauline Kylie Lucas worked as a student producer for "KPBS Midday Edition" and "KPBS Evening Edition." She began at KPBS in 2007, covering stories and helping in all areas of the newsroom.
She graduated from San Diego State University with honors in December 2012, with a degree in Communications and minors in Journalism and Women's Studies.
Pauline moved to San Diego in 2007 from the island of Kaua'i.
In her spare time, she enjoys poetry, theater, running, dancing hula, and surfing.
Recent Stories by Pauline Lucas
A chat with Sister Tricia Cruise, the new CEO of Father Joe's Villages.
The U.S. military is planning on reducing their "carbon bootprint" to save money, lives and reduce tactical vulnerability.
Thousands of sailors are crossing their fingers this week, hoping they won't lose their jobs. The Navy began lay-offs last week and will let go a total of 3,000 sailors- many who are mid-career.
Occupy San Diego protestors promoted Bank Transfer Day on Saturday in response to their dissatisfaction with increasing bank fees. Did you switch to a credit union this weekend? We find out if the effort still has momentum.
Jerry Schad's widow talks about his last book on hiking in San Diego, "50 Best Short Hikes - San Diego".
Down Syndrome Series: Support & Resources. Today we look at resources in our community available for families and how early intervention can help with cognitive function.
Pacific Beach has become a hotspot for the college drinking crowd. For most PB residents, the party is out of control. Pacific Beach has 18 times the amount of crime compared to the city average, according to a report conducted by the Pacific Beach Planning Group. Pacific Beach community members are calling for regulations on bars but the requests are not being welcomed by business owners.
Turning waste-water into crystal clear drinking water seems like something San Diego could only dream of. The City of San Diego is in the middle of a one-year, $11.8 million pilot project to prove that this water is safe to drink.
After a number of coyote attacks, the city of Laguna Woods changed its gun law to allow pest control professionals to shoot these animals. We will discuss how San Diego is affected and how the community can get involved in preventing these attacks.
Restrictions on medical marijuana collectives are before the San Diego City Council today - and the matter could end up before voters. Advocates gathered enough signatures to qualify for a referendum. The city council takes up the issue at a meeting today.