KPBS Midday Edition Segments
Maureen Cavanaugh and Jade Hindmon host KPBS Midday Edition, a daily radio news magazine keeping San Diego in the know on everything from politics to the arts.
The university says the material was posted at some point Wednesday night or Thursday morning at several locations on campus, including the Women’s Resource Center and Pride Center.
Claiming they are denied promotions and pay, reservists and guard troops are suing their civilian employers under a federal law designed to protect their civilian careers. Federal agencies are seeing some of the highest number of complaints.
The San Diego Union-Tribune Festival of Books is a celebration for readers of all tastes and all ages.
As part of the Midday Edition Summer music series San Diego's Euphoria Brass Band stopped by KPBS to share their special brand of funky west coast “second line” jazz and talk about how they started.
Financial planner Paul Lim answers questions about how people can protect their wallets in an economic downturn.
The San Diego County Democratic Party's endorsement will give Assemblyman Todd Gloria's mayoral campaign a fundraising boost. Party leaders picked Gloria over his main rival in the race, City Councilwoman Barbara Bry.
As legislators work on climate change in Washington, San Diego is working on its own version of the Green New Deal. A speaker series on it continues Thursday night.
San Diego Congressman Scott Peters does not support the Green New Deal but he does think congress should be taking action to protect the environment.
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.