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Is the new construction at 63rd Street and El Cajon Boulevard a megadorm or luxury apartments? Bitcoins are virtual, pricey and, right now, relatively useless. And are any films worth our time and money this season?
City Councilman David Alvarez edged past fellow Democrat Nathan Fletcher and earned a spot in a February run-off for mayor against his colleague, Republican Kevin Faulconer.
A new guidebook can help you through your next encounter with an unresponsive service worker, and even build some respect.
A 28-year-old South Bay nature landmark is in danger of closing its doors. Financial pressures may force the Living Coast Discovery Center in Chula Vista to shutdown. The center needs to raise $200,000 by the end of October to remain open.
'Detained in the Desert' parallels two very different people; a second-generation Latina and an anti-immigrant talk show radio host, whose lives converge in the Arizona desert.
With no reliable screening tests and few symptoms, ovarian cancer is among the hardest forms of cancer to diagnose. Research underway in San Diego analyzes blood from women with ovarian cancer to track tumor cells and better understand the spread of cancer.
With congress in recess, we're sitting down to talk with each member of San Diego's congressional delegation. Congressman Scott Peters shares his thoughts on everything from Syria to to balancing the federal budget.
We sit down with a Syrian journalist who shares insights on broadcasting throughout the country, and the hope of bringing news to Syrians engulfed in the ongoing war.
Attorney Mike Aguirre has filed a motion with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) demanding refunds to ratepayers who he says have paid for nuclear power they never received.
With the announcement that Southern California Edison will shut down the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station for good, attention now turns to the cost of decommissioning and disposal of nuclear waste.
A new survey shows San Diego ranks seventh among 50 U.S cities in clean tech.
Mayor Bob Filner has introduced San Diego to a set of bike lanes and traffic buffers that he says will make the infamous corner of Montezuma and Collwood a safer place.
A KPBS editor joins his dad on a San Diego "Honor Flight" to Washington D.C on Memorial Day weekend to see what World War II and its veterans mean to Americans and the things they believe.
Summer is all about family, friends, barbecues and pool parties. But that fun sometimes turns tragic when a child is involved in a drowning. A new report finds most child drownings occur in backyards.
From a community festival celebrating Lebanese culture and cuisine to a Star Wars-themed beer event, here are a few events to check out this weekend.
A local sports fisherman has found a way to help feed San Diego's hungry. Fish. Food. Feel Good. collects donated fish from sports fishermen and distributes them to local charities that feed the area's seniors, poor and homeless.
UC San Diego has created an innovative academic program called the Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination.
Falling enrollment makes Sacred Heart Academy in Ocean Beach part of a national trend, and the third San Diego Catholic school to close in as many years.
Mayor Filner says Monday's medical marijuana ruling does not affect his commitment to safe access to medical marijuana.
Cash fare for transit is becoming a thing of the past. But the San Diego Compass Card still has some transfers to make before it reaches the end station.
The San Diego water department today presents its final report on water recycling and estimates it would cost no more to recycle water than to import it.
The 100th anniversary of Balboa Park is coming up in 2015. Or is it? Turns out the San Diego press corps has been getting it wrong about the pending centennial and the 1915 Exposition.
Volatile gas prices have boosted public transit ridership in most of the country. But not in San Diego, where trolley trips were down nearly 5 percent last year.
San Diego could have 60 more affordable housing units for seniors if the City Council approves it, and some residents of Allied Gardens hope they won't.
The latest trends in firefighting got an airing at the Firehouse World Convention in San Diego.
Federal prosecutors say former San Diego mayor Maureen O'Connor gambled away millions of dollars.
Left-of-center politicos lean toward “progressive” label to cast off liberal baggage.
Freshman San Diego Congressman Scott Peters will join about 40 other members of Congress Tuesday, wearing a bipartisan pin during the President's State of the Union address.
The San Diego City Attorney has charged a man with vehicular manslaughter in the death of Charles Gilbreth, who was hit by a car while riding his bike on Montezuma Road.
Two San Diego developments show how goals to create walkable communities can succeed and fail.
Plans for a new park in City Heights include a skate plaza, which is some, but not all, of what skaters hoped for.
A collection of science fiction books, letters and manuscripts, valued at more than $2 million, is now in the hands of the San Diego State University library.
A Supreme Court Justice promoted her memoir and spoke to a sell-out crowd at the University of San Diego.
San Diego officials say a bike lane on a busy road near SDSU made a nearby intersection no safer, and possibly more dangerous.
Technical problems with their Boeing 787 aircraft have caused Japan Airlines to cancel even more of its direct flights from San Diego to Tokyo.
An ambitious goal to reduce the use of fossil fuels looks to algae as a way to power the fleet.
John Reed, CEO of Sanford-Burnham Research Institute, has become the research head for Roche Pharmaceuticals.
Conversion of the old El Cajon Speedway to aviation use poses the question: What do you do with an airport?
Legislation to protect distressed California homeowners will also expedite a process that can lead to foreclosure.
Midday host Maureen Cavanaugh, along with Alison St. John and Tom Fudge, who also fill the host chair from time to time, reflect on their candidates for the top San Diego stories of 2012.
The San Diego International Auto Show opened at the Convention Center to show off new styles and technology.
The annual Christmas tree recycling program has started turning San Diego's evergreen icons into compost and mulch.
Promoters of the 35th Holiday Bowl say it will bring a lot of points to the scoreboard and dollars to the San Diego economy.
The addition of 1,300 acres is the latest chapter in the story of Mission Trails Regional Park.
A program to monitor bike use in San Diego County seeks a way to improve the cycling environment.
November home prices in San Diego were up by nearly 14 percent compared to a year before.
San Diego had the third largest homeless population of any American metropolitan area in 2012, surpassed only by New York City and Los Angeles.
Recycling supporters say it’s time to stop sending wastewater out to sea.
San Diego's planning agency, SANDAG, said it will try to reach a settlement following a court ruling against its transportation plan.
Sandag's big, big plan gets deflated. A Senator questions Homeland Security's San Diego zombie event. Todd Gloria wants to fix your streets. And Oceanside's mayor is pretty ticked off.