Latest Show: Wednesday, September 22, 2021
The San Diego City Council on Tuesday approved increasing water rates and a new set of sewer rates that will increase the fees for single-family homes, but decrease it for multi-family units. Plus, the latest wave of Haitian migrants heading to the United States is centered on a little town in Texas called Del Rio, but its effects could be ... Read more →
- Sept. 15
- By City News Service
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted 3-0 Wednesday to start the process of allowing micro-enterprise home kitchen operations throughout the county.
With manipulated synthesizers or homemade electronic instruments, the San Diego-based experimental duo Skrapez makes curious, creative and chaotic walls of sound.
- Sept. 7
- By Melissa Mae
On Tuesday, Serving Seniors released "Senior Homelessness: A Needs Assessment." The report describes the growing crisis of older adults who are at-risk or currently homeless in San Diego.
Tuesday's recall offered its own lessons. It showed that Republicans’ groundless claims of election fraud aren’t going away anytime soon. Even while ballots were still being cast, Republicans were claiming the election was “rigged.”
Port of Entry Podcast: How One Woman Used Huge Price Differences In Vet Care South Of The Border To Start Her Business
- Sept. 15
- By Kinsee Morlan
In this bonus episode of KPBS' border podcast Port of Entry, meet a woman who takes people’s pets from San Diego to Tijuana for more affordable veterinary care. It’s a story about the great lengths we’ll go to for our furry friends.
- Sept. 15
- By Erik Anderson
The warming climate will soon begin squeezing worker's pocketbooks as intense heat begins limiting when and how long they can work outside.
New York Times military correspondent David Philipps explores the controversy surrounding retired U.S. Navy Seal Eddie Gallagher in a new book.
Midday Edition spoke to Civility Partners CEO Catherine Mattice about the stigma surrounding mental health challenges, what protections are in place for workers experiencing mental illness, and what can workplaces do to help those experiencing mental health challenges.
- Sept. 14
- Maya Srikirishnan / VOSD
In public statements to the San Diego Redistricting Commission, students highlighted several issues that they believe should separate them from La Jolla, including transportation, differences in demographics and where they spend their time. But the biggest issue by far is housing.
Voters can cast a ballot at one of 221 voting locations around the county or at the San Diego County Registrar's Office until 8 p.m.