Latest Show: Monday, January 27, 2020
Barbara Bry On Her Bid For San Diego Mayor, The Future Of Geothermal Energy In California, SDSU Men’s Basketball Team Celebrates Winning Streak
San Diego mayoral candidate Barbara Bry talks about the race to replace mayor Kevin Faulconer. Also, California could get more of its energy from geothermal plants. Measure A could drastically change how land is developed in unincorporated areas of the county. SDSU students celebrate Aztec's basketball winning streak and a new "Rocky Horror" picture trades glam for leather.
Kaur is a civil rights activist, lawyer, filmmaker and author. She grew up in California's Central Valley and now leads the Revolutionary Love Project, a movement that focuses on the idea that love could be a force for social change.
Terminal 1, the home to Southwest, Alaska and a few other carriers, is closer to a major makeover.
- Jan. 16
- By Jade Hindmon
In this divisive political climate, a New York Times education reporter read 4,800 pages of American history books to find out what students are being taught in school.
A photo exhibit opening Friday in San Diego not only literally puts a human face to the issue of human trafficking but also shows how former victimization does not define lives.
A California Housing Crisis Mystery: Rents Are Way Up This Decade, But Eviction Filings Are Way Down
- Jan. 16
- Matt Levin / CALmatters
Despite a major run-up in rents, California landlords are using the courts far less frequently to remove tenants. What’s going on?
Faulconer focused on housing and homelessness. He said he'll ask the City Council to approve an initiative that would let developers build denser and taller housing near transit stops.
- Jan. 16
- Luke Runyon/KUER
Few species are equipped to handle a hot and dry climate better than the desert tortoise. But with climate change making their home hotter and drier, and energy projects meant to limit carbon emissions springing up in the desert, the tortoises are being hit with a one-two punch.
San Diego History Center is partnering with the San Diego African American Museum of Fine Art to scan historical photos and documents of African American history in San Diego dating back to the 1850s. The History Center bought a special scanner to get the job done.
Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego, introduced Assembly Bill 1909 last week. It would subject physicians who perform the exam, which involves inspecting a woman's hymen, to professional misconduct penalties.
- Jan. 15
- By Shalina Chatlani
This 120-million-year-old dinosaur is almost twice the age of the T-Rex.