Latest Show: Monday, November 18, 2019
San Diego Addressing Concerns Over SDSU Stadium Plan, California Still Small Fish In Super Tuesday Pond, San Diego Porn Site Owner Faces New Charges And More
San Diego State’s offer for the Mission Valley stadium is raising a few concerns from the Independent Budget Analyst and City Attorney’s Office. California moved its presidential primaries to March but it is still not getting the attention from candidates. Plus, the San Diego Humane Society is accused of releasing adoptable cats back to the streets. And, San Diego adult ... Read more →
A new report from more than 30 news organizations finds hundreds of police officers and deputies convicted of crimes are still on the job in California, including several in San Diego.
- Nov. 12
- By Associated Press
The Supreme Court's conservative majority seems prepared to allow the Trump administration to end a program that allows some immigrants to work legally in the United States and protects them from deportation.
Customs and Border Protection agents are accused of altering court dates on asylum seekers' documents, keeping some migrants in Mexico indefinitely.
- Nov. 8
- By Beth Accomando
This weekend you can find San Diego International Fringe performers squaring off with new versions of their shows. Tom Steward has shaken not stirred his “One Man Bond” into “James Bond in Space” while Kata Pierce-Morgan and Kate McGrew will be offering the third installment of “Heaven or Hell” at Les Girls, Part 2 debuted this past summer at Fringe.
- Nov. 8
- By Max Rivlin-Nadler
While the proposition never took effect, Proposition 187 ushered in a generation of immigrant activists that has transformed the California.
Soaring homicide rates in Mexico. How America contributes to the problem. Overlooked San Diego rape kits yield DNA matches in the federal database. Dockless scooters are an economic boom, but are they really beneficial to the environment?
- Nov. 7
- By Marissa Cabrera
Friday marks the 25th anniversary of the passage of Proposition 187. The measure would have denied medical care and public education to people living in California illegally.
- Nov. 7
- By Jade Hindmon
San Diego resident Lloyd Morrisett, a co-founder of the Sesame Workshop, reflects on the legacy of "Sesame Street."
More than 11,000 climate scientists signed a declaration this week warning of a "climate emergency" and urging the need for new ways to measure the effects of a warming planet.
By a 3-2 vote, the Oceanside City Council on Wednesday night narrowly approved a controversial housing development on some of the city's last agricultural land.