Latest Show: Friday, August 23, 2019
White Nationalist material was found posted on the San Diego State University campus during move-in day. Also, a lawsuit alleges the federal government is failing to protect military reservists returning to their civilian jobs and the third annual Festival of Books brings over 100 authors to San Diego.
The electric station program is part of the state’s Climate Action Plan mandate. It’s also hoped that electrifying transport trucks will improve the chronically polluted air in the neighborhoods near the Port of San Diego, including Barrio Logan, Logan Heights and Sherman Heights.
In 2016, California became the first state in the nation to implement a red flag law. It allows family members or law enforcement to ask a judge to temporarily remove guns from individuals who may pose a threat to themselves or others.
Obreht's new novel, “Inland,” takes place in the American West of the 1800s, which is perhaps a surprising location given the author was born in Belgrade in the former Yugoslavia and lived in Egypt before settling in the U.S.
- Aug. 21
- Colleen Long / Associated Press
The move is almost certain to spark a new court fight over the government's ability to hold families until their cases are decided.
More than 500,000 American veterans were exposed to nuclear weapons tests from the 1940s to the early 1990s. Now the veterans who were exposed to the radiation from the weapons program will be offered a certificate marking their contribution.
For the last year, the San Diego Organizing Project has raised money to build a 40-foot monument inspired by the Statue of Liberty that overlooks the U.S.-Mexico border.
New York Times bestselling author and Fallbrook resident, T. Jefferson Parker, joined Midday Edition to discuss his latest book, "The Last Good Guy."
On Monday, the California Supreme Court unanimously ruled the city of San Diego did not adequately analyze the potential impacts of its 2014 marijuana dispensary rules.
On Sunday, The New York Times Magazine published a comprehensive series of articles and essays that frame slavery as the institution that fundamentally shaped the United States.
- Aug. 20
- By Max Rivlin-Nadler
In July, an appeals court found that more than 4,000 illegal immigration convictions were improper. The decision to charge migrants under the wrong statute was prompted by the Trump administration's zero-tolerance policy.