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Susan Murphy


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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.

Recent Stories

San Diego Police Reach Out To Children In City Heights

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San Diego police officers spent time with kids in City Heights this week as part of an effort to build relationships and trust in the wake of police and community tensions across the country.

UC Berkeley Student From Del Mar Killed In Bastille Day Attack

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Students at UC Berkeley planned a vigil Monday afternoon on the campus for classmate Nick Leslie, who the FBI confirmed on Sunday was killed in the truck attack in Nice, France.

San Diego VA Reports Progress In Veterans' Care

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Disability benefits now take about three months, compared to 10 months in 2013, and the wait for mental health care has been cut in half compared to last year, according to San Diego's top VA officials.

Social Services Project Launches To Help Southeastern San Diego

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The CARE Center will focus on crime prevention and community intervention.

Mondays Are Moving Day For San Diego's Homeless

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Every Monday morning, police officers and city crews show up in the East Village to move out the hundreds of homeless people living there. By late afternoon, the homeless are back.

Apollo Astronauts Touch Down In San Diego

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Four Apollo astronauts and three flight directors visited the San Diego Air and Space Museum Thursday night to talk about NASA’s moon-walking missions that put them in the history books.

Scientists Gather In San Diego To Talk About Global Warming

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Climate change, heat waves and acid levels in the ocean are some of the major topics at a conference this week at the University of San Diego.

San Diego Food Bank Turns Food Waste Into Compost For Community Gardens

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Some community gardens and farms will soon be nourished by food waste from the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank. The nonprofit has a new high-tech composting machine, and the city has just given them the green light to go green in a big way.

Candidates Vie For 3 San Diego Unified School Board Seats

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Three contests for the San Diego Unified School District board are on Tuesday's ballot. The district is the second largest in the state, serving 130,000 students at more than 225 campuses.

San Diego Heat Wave Kicks Off Projected Sizzling Summer

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The heat wave will move out by Monday, but looking ahead, forecasters are projecting a warm and dry summer of above average temperatures and periodic heat waves.

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