Latest Show: Friday, December 13, 2019
Impeachment charges against President Dontal Trump have been sent to the full House. Also, try a little cultural and biodiversity this weekend by sampling events from Centro De La Raza, Little Italy and the San Diego Natural History Museum.
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- Dec. 13
- By Associated Press
Democrats propelled President Donald Trump’s impeachment toward a historic vote by the full U.S. House as the Judiciary Committee on Friday approved charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. It's the latest major step in the constitutional and political storm that has divided Congress and the nation.
- Dec. 13
- By Beth Accomando
This weekend try a little cultural and bio diversity by sampling events from Centro Cultural De La Raza, Little Italy and the San Diego Natural History Museum.
A Washington Post report details misleading public information over the course of the war in Afghanistan, San Diego has a stark racial gap when it comes to arrests and drug prosecutions, and the new religious themed Legacy International Center opens in Mission Valley.
5G service has begun to roll out in San Diego. The new service holds the promise of much faster transmission speeds with the capability of moving much more data than the current 4G.
- Dec. 11
- By Max Rivlin-Nadler
A group of doctors from across the country is spending the week in San Diego demanding they be allowed to vaccinate detained migrants against flu.
A plan to allow the city of San Diego's only landfill to pile waste 25 feet higher got a key approval last week.
After six years in the neighborhood, the gallery will host its final art show Saturday. La Bodega owner Soni Lopez-Chavez and Mary Jhun, a local artist with a studio in Barrio Logan, joined Midday Edition.
- Dec. 10
- Scott Horsley / NPR
The AFL-CIO president praised the agreement, which includes stronger enforcement of labor and environmental provisions. One lawmaker called it, "a triumph for workers everywhere across America."
- Dec. 10
- By Mary Plummer / inewsource
An inewsource investigation finds that hundreds of fire-incident calls this year cited homeless encampments. The situation is leaving many residents on edge
No longer a witch hunt. Duncan Hunter now says he's guilty of corruption. What's next for the East County congressman and those running to replace him? An inconvenient truth. Al Gore brings his climate message to San Diego as scientists escalate their warnings for our planet. And, more than an inconvenience. How the water problem in Poway could end up costing the city millions.