Susan Murphy is a multimedia reporter for KPBS. She started working in the newsroom in 2003, and joined the new media team in 2006, where she wrote and edited news content. Susan graduated from San Diego State University with a bachelor's degree in journalism.
A cold, blustery storm from the north is expected to move into San Diego County early Saturday morning, bringing heavy rain to coastal and inland areas and snow to the mountains.
San Diego’s downtown homeless shelter is in urgent need of blankets and jackets. Supplies are out, and a cold snap is forecast to hit the region this weekend.
Known as Giving Tuesday, the Tuesday following Thanksgiving is a national movement that started last year to encourage people to support local charities.
A typical Thanksgiving meal will cost the average family nearly $50 this year, which is far beyond reach for the nearly half-million people in San Diego County who struggle every day to put food on the table.
The cost of water in the city of San Diego is set to increase 15 percent over the next two years.
The first significant storm of the rainy season is expected to blow into San Diego County overnight, bringing chilly temperatures and some much needed rain through the weekend.
Acid levels in the ocean are expected to increase 170 percent by the end of the century, according to a new study. A San Diego researcher explains the consequences of climate change playing out off our coast.
San Diegans are enrolling for federal health care coverage faster than the rest of the state through Covered California. Enrollment is about to become easier in San Diego with the help of more certified enrollment counselors.
San Diego may get a trace of rain this weekend, according to the National Weather Service, but it’s not likely to veer us off course for being one of the driest years on record.
When you think of wine tasting destinations, places like Napa, Sonoma or Temecula Valley probably come to mind, but one San Diego community is hoping to add its name to the map.